This fifth film version of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island boasts an all-star MGM cast, headed by Wallace Beery as Long John Silver and Jackie Cooper as Jim Hawkins. The screenplay, by John Lee Mahin, John Howard Lawson and Leonard Praskins, remains faithful to the Stevenson original...up to a point. The story begins when drunken old sea ...
This fifth film version of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island boasts an all-star MGM cast, headed by Wallace Beery as Long John Silver and Jackie Cooper as Jim Hawkins. The screenplay, by John Lee Mahin, John Howard Lawson and Leonard Praskins, remains faithful to the Stevenson original...up to a point. The story begins when drunken old sea dog Billy Bones (Lionel Barrymore) drags himself into the seaside pub managed by Jim and his mother (Dorothy Peterson). After Billy is killed by the scurrilous Blind Pew (William V. Mong) and his henchmen, Jim discovers that the deceased ex-pirate carries a treasure map on his person. Together with Dr. Livesey (Otto Kruger) and Squire Trelawny (Nigel Bruce), Jim books passage on a ship captained by Alexander Smollett (Lewis Stone); their destination is the "treasure island" depicted on the map. Smollett doesn't like the voyage nor the crew, and not without reason: ship's cook Long John Silver has rounded up the crew from the dregs of the earth, fully intending to mutiny and claim the treasure for himself. A further plot complications awaits both treasure-seekers and pirates in the person of half-mad island hermit Ben Gunn (Chic Sale) who's already found the treasure and has stashed it away for himself. Towards the end, the plot strays from the Stevenson version in detailing the ultimate fate of ruthless-but-lovable Long John Silver. While consummately produced, Treasure Island suffers from overlength and a mannered performance by Jackie Cooper. Disney's 1950 remake with Robert Newton and Bobby Driscoll is far more satisfying. Hal Erickson, Rovi
Dorothy Peterson, Charles McNaug. Very good. 1934 Run time: 110. VHS tape and outer box/case are in great condition with very minor wear. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Ships quickly. Thanks for looking!
Dorothy Peterson, Charles McNaughton, William V. Mong, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Nigel Bruce, Lewis Stone, Otto Kruger, Lionel... 1934 Run time: 103. DVD cover and case in very good condition and disc is scratchless. Your purchase benefits world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee.
Dorothy Peterson, Charles McNaughton, William V. Mong, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Nigel Bruce, Lewis Stone, Otto Kruger, Lionel... Good. 1934 Run time: 103. Connecting viewers with great movies since 1972. All used discs are inspected and guaranteed. Used discs may not include digital content. Customer service is our top priority!
Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper, Lionel Barrymore, Otto Kruger, Lewis Stone. Good. No packaging as issued. Language: English. Run time: 102 mins. Originally released: 1934. DVD/BLU-RAY (9515CDVD) PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL DESCRIPTION CAREFULLY: This sale is for (SET OF 1 DVD s MOVIE). This DVD s May Contains minor visible Scratches) DVD Case is (Good) a little DVDs Holding tab is (Good). This case is not Missing Cover pamphlet. DVD Contains may Marking Apply ON the Discs or on the case. If you are received the item and you are not at most 65% satisfied with this item, your purchase refund guarantee.
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