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The Wild Life ()

Robinson Crusoe (original title)
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A daring parrot recounts how Robinson Crusoe came to be stranded on a tropical island.

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Robinson Crusoe (voice)
Kaya Yanar ...
Papagei Dienstag (voice)
Ilka Bessin ...
Tapir Rosie (voice) (as Cindy aus Marzahn)
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Ziegenbock Zottel (voice)
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Stachelschwein Epi (voice)
Ghadah Al-Akel ...
Ping (voice)
Tommy Morgenstern ...
Pong (voice)
Melanie Hinze ...
Kiki (voice)
Bert Franzke ...
Edgar (voice)
Tobias Lelle ...
Pango (voice)
Gerald Schaale ...
Carmello (voice)
Jesco Wirthgen ...
Rufus (voice)
Jan Makino ...
Cecil (voice)
Axel Lutter ...
John Silver (voice)
Jan-David Rönfeldt ...
Bootsmann (voice)
Claudio Maniscalco ...
1. Pirat (voice)
Tilo Schmitz ...
2. Pirat (voice)
Francois Smesny ...
3. Pirat (voice)
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Aynsley (voice)
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Bosun (voice) (as Ron Allen)
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Carmello (voice)
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Cecil (voice)
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Crusoe (voice)
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Epi (voice)
Jay Jones ...
Friday (voice)
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Kiki (voice) (as Lindsay Torrance)
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Long John Silver (voice) (as Dennis O'Connor)
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Mal / Pango (voice)
Debi Tinsley ...
May (voice)
Laila Berzins ...
Rosie (voice)
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Rufus / Sailor #1 (voice) (as B.J. Oakie, Joey Lotsko)
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Sailor #2 (voice)
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Scrubby (voice)
George Babbit ...
Sleeping Sailor (voice)
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Tom Cat (voice)
David Howard ...
Tuesday (voice)
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Directed by

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Vincent Kesteloot
Ben Stassen
Mimi Maynard ... (voice director)

Written by

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Daniel Defoe ... (novel) (uncredited)
 
Domonic Paris ... ()

Produced by

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Olivier Courson ... executive producer
Eric Dillens ... executive producer
Gina Gallo ... producer
Mimi Maynard ... producer
Domonic Paris ... producer
Ben Stassen ... producer
Caroline Van Iseghem ... producer

Music by

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Ramin Djawadi

Casting By

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Gina Gallo
Mimi Maynard
Domonic Paris

Art Direction by

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Vincent Kesteloot
Anthony Leveque

Production Management

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Vincent Philbert ... line producer

Art Department

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Charlotte Boisson ... set designer
Sylvie Lacroix ... colorscript

Sound Department

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Cory Coken ... additional adr recordist
Sebastien Demeyere ... sound coordinator
David Gerain ... sound recordist
Simon Jamart ... sound recordist
Alexis Oscari ... foley sound engineer
Yves Renard ... sound effects editor
Luc Thomas ... re-recording mixer
Olivier Thys ... foley artist
David Vranken ... sound editor

Special Effects by

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Yannick Lasfas ... special effects supervisor

Visual Effects by

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Carriere Bertrand ... digital artist
Jee-Sung Cho ... character effects td
Michel Collinet ... visual effects artist
Boris De Moffarts ... compositing supervisor
Matthieu Deltour ... lead facial rigging
Jerome Drese ... rigging supervisor
Manon Marco ... fixe animation artist
Oscar Mata ... lead lighter
Do Minh-Kin ... lead character effects technical director: Cloth
Dora Morolli ... pipeline developer
Alexandre Neuville ... visual effects artist
Rossana Pozzati ... Lighting sr. Artist
Giuseppe Quaranta ... senior rigging td
Natarajan RajaRajaCholan ... character fx td
Gregory Sery-Moron ... character effects technical director
Bastian Traunfellner ... visual effects artist
Jelle Van den Audenaeren ... senior shading technical director

Animation Department

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Timo Berg ... animator
Luke Burnet ... animator
Evan Coolen ... animator
Dirk de Loose ... 3d animation supervisor
Sebastien Dunon ... character designer
Carlo Giesa ... character fx supervisor
Elien Kellens ... animator
Fraser Littlejohn ... animator
Leandro Martins ... animator
Barbara Meyers ... visual conception
Fabrice Nianzou ... animator
Emilie Peters ... animator
Jonathan Philippon ... animator
Tom Pinon ... animator
Anna Plocica ... animator
Gregory Sery-Moron ... layout artist
Jean-Claude Sohier ... storyboard
Jack Vandenbroele ... animator

Music Department

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Tony Blondal ... orchestrator
Gustavo Borner ... score mixer
Carla Deveux ... orchestra contractor: Brussels Philharmonic
Ramin Djawadi ... composer: theme music
Daniel Galindo ... score mixing assistant
Olivier Huillet ... scoring stage manager
Marina Kay ... end title theme
William Marriott ... technical score advisor
Brussels Philharmonic ... orchestra
Robinson ... orchestra contractor: brussels philharmonic
Dennis S. Sands ... score mixer
Nick Wollage ... score engineer

Other crew

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Kjelle Apers ... software engineer
Gina Gallo ... voice director
Joel Labby ... technical supervisor
Mimi Maynard ... voice director
Jan Morrison ... production accountant
Domonic Paris ... voice director

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

On a tiny exotic island, Tuesday, an outgoing parrot lives with his quirky animal friends in paradise. However, Tuesday can't stop dreaming about discovering the world. After a violent storm, Tuesday and his friends wake up to find a strange creature on the beach: Robinson Crusoe. Tuesday immediately views Crusoe as his ticket off the island to explore new lands. Likewise, Crusoe soon realizes that the key to surviving on the island is through the help of Tuesday and the other animals. It isn't always easy at first, as the animals don't speak "human." Slowly but surely, they all start living together in harmony, until one day, when their comfortable life is overturned by two savage cats, who wish to take control of the island. A battle ensues between the cats and the group of friends but Crusoe and the animals soon discover the true power of friendship up against all odds (even savage cats). Written by Studiocanal

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Taglines Just because you're stranded... doesn't mean you can't make some friends. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Robinson Crusoe: The Wild Life (New Zealand, English title)
  • The Wild Life (United States)
  • The Wild Life (Canada, English title)
  • Robinson: Una aventura tropical (Spain)
  • Robinson Crusoe 3D (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 91 min
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Budget $13,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The movie was originally released as a short film screening at Kings Dominion Parks See more »
Goofs Near the beginning of the film the watchman (who kicks the cat) spots an island off the starboard (right) side of the ship, when the Captain is awoken he is sleeping in his room at the back of the ship, he picks up his telescope and looks out of the open window on the port (left) side of the ship and sees the same island. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in When the Bough Breaks/The Wild Life (2016). See more »

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