Five On A Treasure Island

Five On A Treasure Island
Five On A Treasure Island

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Year

1957

Duration

127 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

The first of Enid Blyton's popular adventures about four young cousins and their dog with a taste for investigating takes them to an island off the Dorset coast that it is satisfyingly full of mysteries, scrapes and, of course, lashings of ginger ale. But the promise of lost riches from a shipwreck also attracts the attention of greedy men who might put our heroes in danger. This is the earliest filmed version of the story, made by the Children's Film Foundation. The eight episodes were originally meant for the kids-only Saturday morning showings that used to be run at cinemas.

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