Mr. Robinson Crusoe

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Released 2007

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Director:
A. Edward Sutherland
Released:
2007
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Mr. Robinson Crusoe is the 1932 movie classic that revolves around the story of well-to-do Steve Drexel (Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.). While vacationing on his yacht, enjoying the beauty of the South Seas, Steve boasts to his companions that he can swim ashore an island and live a happy-go-lucky life of luxury without bringing any of his possessions. His friend accepts the $1,000.00 wager and Steve forgoes a future hunting expedition to do just that. He heads to an island paradise with only the company of his dog. On the island, Steve makes a lovely stilted house and trains the local animals to do his work. He tames a monkey and teaches it to milk a goat. He does live the life of luxury. So much for his friend's warning that he would be captured by cannibals. A woman who escapes an arranged marriage arrives on the island. Steve names her Saturday, and the two despite speaking different languages, get along very well. Trouble begins when villagers from nearby islands show up and cause problems in Steve's paradise. Find out how Steve tends to them by watching this clever film.

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