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Treasure Planet (5-Nov-2002)

Directors: Ron Clements; John Musker

Writers: Ron Clements; Rob Edwards; Ted Elliott; Barry Johnson; John Musker; Terry Rossio

From novel: Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi, Juvenile, Swashbuckling

Film adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island places the classic swashbuckling tale in outer space.

ABSTRACT
Jim Hawkins, a precocious teenager enamored with tales of Captain Flint and his mysterious "Treasure Planet" from a young age, spends his isolated days helping mother Sarah run an inn and "solar surfing" in his free time. A spaceship crashes near the inn one day, resulting in its dying pilot handing Jim a sphere; realizing that the sphere projects a holographic map leading to Treasure Planet, our protagonist is drawn into an unlikely outer space adventure aboard the RLS Legacy, fighting pirates and natural phenomena on his way to the famed planet.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roscoe Lee Browne
Actor
2-May-1925 11-Apr-2007 Character actor, 1960s to 2000s
Rodger Bumpass
Actor
1-Jan-1951   Voice of Squidward Tentacles
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Actor
17-Feb-1981   Third Rock From the Sun
Tony Jay
Actor
2-Feb-1933 13-Aug-2006 Voice and character actor
Patrick McGoohan
Actor
19-Mar-1928 13-Jan-2009 Number Six on The Prisoner
Laurie Metcalf
Actor
16-Jun-1955   Jackie Harris on Roseanne
David Hyde Pierce
Actor
3-Apr-1959   Niles on Frasier
Martin Short
Comic
26-Mar-1950   SNL and Primetime Glick
Emma Thompson
Actor
15-Apr-1959   Howard's End
Michael Wincott
Actor
21-Jan-1958   The Crow

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