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In the seventeenth century, Robinson Crusoe is shipwrecked on a desert island and is the only survivor. He takes steps to get food and shelter, hoping one day to be rescued. One day a band of black men arrive by boat and are about to execute one of their number; Crusoe saves him and drives them off, and names the man Friday, and teaches him Crusoe's on language. They survive together, but will they ever be rescued?

  1. Stanislav Govorukhin

    Director

  2. Daniel Defoe

    Novel

  3. Feliks Mironer

    Writer

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  1. Leonid Kuravlyov

    Leonid Kuravlyov

    Robinson

  2. Irakli Khizanishvili

    Irakli Khizanishvili

    Pyatnitsa

  3. Yevgeni Zharikov

    Yevgeni Zharikov

  4. Aleksei Safonov

    Aleksei Safonov

  5. Vladimir Marenkov

    Vladimir Marenkov

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Life and Amazing Aventures of Robinson Crusoe
Life and Amazing Aventures of Robinson Crusoe

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Original Title Жизнь и удивительные приключения Робинзона Крузо

Status Released

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  • October 10, 1973
    Theatrical

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Original Language Russian

Runtime 1h 32m

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