robin crusoe, u. s. n. (1966) Lt. Robin Crusoe, U. S. N. has the curious honor of being the only film on which Walt Disney received a writing credit (though its debatable how proud he was of the film, choosing to use a nom de plume, Retlaw Yensid). Sep 21, 2014 Robinson Cruso fait naufrage sur une le dserte et aprs avoir russi sauver un peu de matriel, quelques provisions et surtout des armes feu, il s'ingnie tirer le meilleur In the first 60 minutes of Robinson Crusoe, OHerlihy is the only human on screen.
In the hands of a less charismatic or versatile lead, the film would have sunk rather quickly. In the hands of a less charismatic or versatile lead, the film would have sunk rather quickly.
Robinson Crusoe (Spanish: Aventuras de Robinson Crusoe; also known as Adventures of Robinson Crusoe) is a 1954 Mexican film by director Luis Buuel, based on the novel Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. Both English and Spanish versions were produced. Lead actor Dan O'Herlihy, playing Crusoe, was nominated for the 1955 Academy Award for Best Actor. Robinson Crusoe (1952) Luis Buuel's The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (released in America as Robinson Crusoe ) was probably his bestknown movie in America, thanks to its being in English and also having been shown extensively on local television throughout the 1960s.
Synopsis: Slave trader Robinson Crusoe (Dan OHerlihy) is stranded on a desert island, and must learn to survive on his own until the arrival of Man Friday The first, Robinson Crusoe (sometimes listed as The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe) was made in 1952 and released in the United States in 1954, hence VCI can correctly call their new DVD a" 50th anniversary" release. At the time it was high enough on the radar to earn an Oscar nomination for its lead actor, Dan O'Herlihy, but it has rarely been