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The Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe (Complete Series DVD Set) £7.43 + Free Delivery @ The Hut

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Remember this? You'll certainly remember the soundtrack (if you're an old gimmer like me) The television series THE ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE offers an adventure-packed adaptation of Daniel Daf… Read More
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[mod] 8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Remember this? You'll certainly remember the soundtrack (if you're an old gimmer like me)

The television series THE ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE offers an adventure-packed adaptation of Daniel Dafoe's classic novel about a shipwrecked Englishman who becomes stranded on a desert island.

Unseen on television for many years, this is the definitive television version of Daniel Defoe's classic adventure story of a young Englishman's sole quest for survival on a desert island. Filmed extensively on location in the Canary Islands, the serial boasts feature film production values, a very distinctive Crusoe in the shape of Austrian actor Robert Hoffmann and a haunting and unforgettable music score.

Archive interview with Robert Hoffmann
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French version of Episode One
Fullscreen 1.33:1
Dolby Digital Mono
Languages - English
Subtitles - None
Region 2 / PAL / Black & White
Running Time 325 Minutes
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was that the one that was humourously badly dubbed into english? Or am I thinking of the Flashing Blade?
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dwl99
was that the one that was humourously badly dubbed into english? Or am I thinking of the Flashing Blade?


Flashing Blade certainly was badly dubbed. But wasn't it all the better for it? :-D
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andywedge


Hearing that theme music again brings back memories of watching programmes like this one during the school holidays back in the 1970s......:oops:

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