Swiss Family Robinson

Swiss Family Robinson
Swiss Family Robinson

Year

1960

Duration

121 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

While on their way to start a new life in New Guinea, the Robinson family are shipwrecked on a tropical island. The parents and their three sons discover a wide variety of animals and plants on the small island, and resolve to make the best of their situation, building a giant treehouse to live in. But at the same time, they must contend with the hardships of trying to survive in nature at its wildest, and also with the threat of a gang of pirates who roam the waters around the island. Will they ever be able to make it back to civilisation?

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