Robinson Crusoe 1936
Robinson Crusoe ★★ 1936
A real oddity: a British silent film originally made in 1927, reedited ten years later. Music and sound effects were added, along with a narration by children's radio personality Carney. Follows the plot of the famous adventure story by Daniel Defoe. 34m/B VHS . M.A. Wetherell, Fay Compton, Herbert Waithe; D: M.A. Wetherell; W: M.A. Wetherell; C: J. Rosenthal; Nar: Uncle Don Carney.
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