Treasure Island (1972)

Director
John Hough

Main cast
Orson Welles; Kim Burfield; Walter Slezak; Ángel del Pozo; Rik Battaglia

Genres
Adventure, Family

Description
Young Jim Hawkins finds himself serving with pirate captain Long John Silver in search of a buccaneer's treasure, in this short adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale.


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