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Treasure Island ()


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The treasure seeking adventures of young Jim Hawkins and pirate captain Long John Silver.

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Jim Hawkins
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Long John Silver
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Captain Smollett
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Squire Trelawney
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Dr. Livesy
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Capt. Billy Bones
Ralph Truman ...
George Merry
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Israel Hands
Geoffrey Wilkinson ...
Ben Gunn
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Blind Pew
Francis De Wolff ...
Black Dog
David Davies ...
Mr. Arrow
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Redruth
Andrew Blackett ...
Gray
William Devlin ...
Morgan
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Williams
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Haggott
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Cady
Stephen Jack ...
Job
Harold Jamieson ...
Scully
David Blake Kelly ...
Bolen (as Diarmuid Kelly)
Reginald Drummond ...
Vane
Gordon Mulholland ...
Durgin
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Roach
Jim O'Brady ...
Wolfe
Chris Adcock ...
Pike
Tom Lucas ...
Upson
Leo Phillips ...
Spotts
Eddie Moran ...
Bart
Bob Head ...
Tardy
Ken Buckle ...
Joyce
Paddy Brannigan ...
Hunter
Jack Arrow ...
Norton
Freddy Clark ...
Bray

Directed by

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Byron Haskin

Written by

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Lawrence Edward Watkin ... (screenplay)
 
Robert Louis Stevenson ... (story)

Produced by

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Perce Pearce ... producer
Walt Disney ... executive producer (uncredited)
Herbert Smith ... executive producer in charge of production (uncredited)

Music by

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Clifton Parker

Cinematography by

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Freddie Young ... (as F.A. Young)

Film Editing by

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Alan Jaggs ... (as Alan L. Jaggs)

Editorial Department

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Dennis Gurney ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Dennis Sawyer ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Charles Squires ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Maude Spector ... (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Thomas N. Morahan ... (as Thomas Morahan)

Costume Design by

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Sheila Graham ... (uncredited)

Makeup Department

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Tony Sforzini ... makeup supervisor
Vivienne Walker ... hair styles supervisor
R.L. Alexander ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Olga Angelinetta ... wigs (uncredited)
Gladys Atkinson ... unit hairdresser (uncredited)
Sarah Beber ... wigs (uncredited)
Gene Beck ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Frances Dobson ... unit hairdresser (uncredited)
Betty Dymore ... unit hairdresser (uncredited)
Vera Franklin ... unit hairdresser (uncredited)
Eddie Knight ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Ann Morley ... wig maker (uncredited)
Alice Piper ... wig maker (uncredited)
Nora Ridgeway ... unit hairdresser (uncredited)
Geoffrey Rodway ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Grace Spellacey ... wig maker (uncredited)
Pearl Tipaldi ... unit hairdresser (uncredited)
Sidney Turner ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Vivienne Walker ... hairdressing supervisor (uncredited)
Joan White ... unit hairdresser (uncredited)
Joyce Wood ... unit hairdresser (uncredited)

Production Management

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Douglas Peirce ... production manager
Fred Leahy ... studio production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Evans ... assistant director
George Fowler ... assistant director (uncredited)
Gordon Heaver ... assistant director (uncredited)
Pat MacDonnell ... second assistant director (uncredited)
David W. Orton ... first assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Len Banks ... head plasterer (uncredited)
W. Evans ... props (uncredited)
R.H. Gillard ... plasterer (uncredited)
Bert Jempson ... construction manager (uncredited)
Norman Lloyd ... props (uncredited)
Basil Mannin ... scenic art department supervisor (uncredited)
Bill Nason ... property master (uncredited)
Bert Norman ... carpenter supervisor (uncredited)
M. Quick ... props (uncredited)
J. Ralph ... carpenter (uncredited)
Fred Richards ... painter supervisor (uncredited)
W. Searle ... construction manager: Denham (uncredited)
George Smith ... props (uncredited)
F. Stannard ... painter (uncredited)
Pat Ward ... props (uncredited)
R. Wingfield ... prop supervisor (uncredited)
Wally Young ... props (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Kenneth Heeley-Ray ... sound editor
Geoffrey Daniels ... boom operator (uncredited)
Peter Davies ... first assistant dubbing mixer (uncredited)
David Hildyard ... boom operator (uncredited)
Anthony J. Kay ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Jack Locke ... sound technician (uncredited)
Austin Partridge ... sound maintenance (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Peter Ellenshaw ... matte artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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L. Cave-Chinn ... location camera operator (as L. Cave Chinn)
Skeets Kelly ... camera operator
Stanley W. Sayer ... location camera operator (as Stanley Sayer)
Harry Baker ... camera grip (uncredited)
Frank Bellingham ... still photographer (uncredited)
Tom Gardner ... crane operator (uncredited)
Maurice Gillett ... supervising electrician (uncredited)
Arthur Ibbetson ... camera operator: third unit (uncredited)
Bob Kindred ... focus puller (uncredited)
Frank Kingston ... assistant focus puller (uncredited)
William Leach ... camera grip (uncredited)
Don Lewis ... crane operator (uncredited)
George Pink ... assistant focus puller (uncredited)
Derek Whitehurst ... clapper boy (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Fred Birch ... costumer (uncredited)
Bert Brown ... costumer (uncredited)
Fred Pridmore ... wardrobe supervisor (uncredited)

Location Management

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Alex Bryce ... location director
Russell Lloyd ... location director

Music Department

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Muir Mathieson ... conductor: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Dusty Buck ... assistant conductor (uncredited)

Other crew

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Joan Bridge ... technicolor color consultant
Joan Davis ... continuity
Walt Disney ... presenter
Charles R. Beard ... period researcher (uncredited)
L. Charles ... stand-in: Robert Newton (uncredited)
Bob Connor ... stand-in: Francis de Wolff (uncredited)
Michael Croudson ... stand-in: Bobby Driscoll (uncredited)
Arthur Dibbs ... stand-in: David Davies (uncredited)
Joe Edwards ... swimming double: Walter Fitzgerald (uncredited)
Raymond Evans ... cutlass instructor (uncredited)
Phil Gersdorf ... publicist (uncredited)
Charles Hammond ... stand-in: Denis O'Dea (uncredited)
Bill Jordan ... stand-in: Walter Fitzgerald (uncredited)
Manny Michael ... stand-in: Robert Newton (uncredited)
George Mills ... nautical advisor (uncredited)
Bill Morgan ... stand-in: Ralph Truman (uncredited)
Catherine O'Brien ... unit publicist (uncredited)
A.N. Other ... stand-in: Francis de Wolff (uncredited)
Dick Plummer ... stand-in: Finlay Currie (uncredited)
Ted Robette ... stand-in: Denis O'Dea (uncredited)
Ian Selby ... stand-in: Geoffrey Keen and John Laurie (uncredited)
R.A. Taylor ... stand-in (uncredited)
G.K. Thompson ... stand-in (uncredited)
Tommy Thompson ... stand-in: Denis O'Dea (uncredited)
Fred Tooze ... stand-in: Basil Sydney (uncredited)
Edgar Wayne ... stand-in: Stephen Jack (uncredited)
Alfred Wright ... stand-in: Geoffrey Wilkinson (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Enchanted by the idea of locating treasure buried by Captain Flint, Squire Trelawney, Dr. Livesey and Jim Hawkins charter a sailing voyage to a Caribbean island. Unfortunately, a large number of Flint's old pirate crew are aboard the ship, including Long John Silver. Written by Patchy Groundfog

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Taglines a young cabin boy, a roguish buccaneer...match wits in a swashbuckling adventure! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island (United Kingdom)
  • Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island (United States)
  • L'ile au trésor (France)
  • Die Schatzinsel (Germany)
  • La isla del tesoro (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 96 min
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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross $4,419,657

Did You Know?

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Trivia Disney's first live action movie. Walt Disney started the project when postwar restrictions stopped him from transferring profits from his cartoons out of the United Kingdom. Rather than set up a new animation studio, he used the profits and existing facilities to produce a conventional film. The movie was filmed in England, not in the West Indies, using Disney's frozen U.K. profits. See more »
Goofs Throughout the film the frizzens were often open and the flashpans exposed on the supposed flintlock pistols and muskets, but the guns fired anyway. These were obviously stage guns, but as a factual point the frizzen must be closed on the pan and there must be a poof of smoke before a flintlock gun will fire. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Treasure Island: Part 1 (1955). See more »
Soundtracks Johnny's Gone Down to Hilo See more »
Quotes Long John Silver: Arrrh!
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