ROBINSON CRUSOE (Theatrical Release USA 1954)


Ben Meyers’ Rating: 3.5|5.0 Starsììì 

Robinson Crusoe, unfortunately, lost its entertainment value over time. Children may like its adventure and the scenery; but for the adult, the acting comes in as average, the script weak, the presentation and portrayal of story okay. Know that the movie is losing its color to the point that even some of the credits are fading.  The movie may work as a movie to play in the background while doing other things or even as a novelty background piece during parties. 

Film Poster Courtesy of Google Images


This adventure film is about a man who, long-term, survives a shipwreck that lands him on a deserted island.


 Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Luis Buñuel for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Óscar Dancigers and George Pepper for making the film possible. Cast includes: Daniel O’Herlihy, Jaime Fernández, and Felipe de Alba


Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. The film has not survived time well. It may work if there is nothing else to watch.

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