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Treasure Island

Treasure Island (1972) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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  • 1972
  • Filmation Associates
  • Warner Bros.
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Long John Silver, Jim Hawkins, Captain Flint, Squire Trelawney, Mother Hawkins, Parrot.
  • Vocal Talent: Richard Dawson (Long John Silver), Davy Jones (Jim Hawkins), Larry Storch (Captain Flint), Larry D. Mann (Squire Trelawney), Jane Webb (Mother Hawkins), Dallas McKennon [Dal McKennon] (Parrot).
  • Directed By Hal Sutherland.
    Sequence Directors: Rudy Larriva, Bill Reed, Ed Solomon, Don Towsley, Lou Zukor.
  • Produced By Lou Scheimer, Norm Prescott.
    Executive Producer (Warner Bros.): Jacqueline Smith.
  • Animated By Roman Arambula, Robert Bentley, Jim Brummett [James Brummett], Bob Carlson, Rudy Cataldi, Zeon Davush [Zeon Davush], Lillian Evans, Otto Feuer, Ed Friedman, Fred Grable, Dick Hall, Lee Halpern, LaVerne Harding [LaVerne Harding], Lou Kachivas, Marshall Lamore [Marsh Lamore], Casey Onaitis, Jack Ozark, Ambrozi Paliwoda [Amby Paliwoda], William Pratt [Bill Pratt], Ed Rehberg [Edwin Rehberg], Len Rogers, Virgil Ross, Sonja Ruta, Louise Sandoval, Don Schloat, Larry Silverman, Brad Smith, Hank Smith, Ken Southworth, Reuben Timmins, Bob Trochim, Russ von Neida, Kaem Wong.
  • Written By Ben Starr.
    Novel "Treasure Island": Robert Louis Stevenson.
  • Edited By Doreen Dixon [Doreen A. Dixon], Joseph Simon (Editorial Supervisors).
  • Art Director: Don Christensen.
  • Key Art Assistants: Mike Hazy, Bill House.
  • Storyboard Artists: Sherman Labby, Dan Noonan, Mike O'Connor [Michael O'Connor].
  • Key Layout Artists: Alberto De Mello, Herb Hazelton, Kay Wright.
  • Layout Artists: Hack Ficq [Hak Ficq], Wes Herschensohn, Z.T. Jablecki [Ziggy Jablecki], Ray Jacobs [Raymond Jacobs], Les Kaluza, Warren Marshall, Dan Noonan, Virgil Raddatz, Lorna Smith, Cliff Voorhees, George Wheeler, Jim Willoughby.
  • Background Artists: Maurice Harvey, Pat Keppler, Bill Loudenslager, Tom O'Loughlin, Curt Perkins, Donald Peters [Don Peters], Paul Xander.
  • Xerography and Paint Supervisors: Betty Brooks, John Remmel.
  • Checking Supervisors: Jane Philippi, Marion Turk.
  • Checking: Richie Craig, Joyce Gard, Marjorie Roach.
  • Color Director: Ervin L. Kaplan.
  • Production Manager: Rock Benedetto.
  • Camera Supervisor: R.W. Pope.
  • Camera Operators: John Aardal, Thane Berti, Bill Kotler, Joseph Ponticelle [Joe A. Ponticelle], Fredrick T. Ziegler [F.T. Ziegler].
  • Film Coordinator: June Gilham.

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Cartoon Summary:

Enchanted by the idea of locating treasure buried by Captain Flint, Squire Trelawney, Dr. Livesey and Jim Hawkins charter a sailing voyage to a Caribbean island. Unfortunately, a large number of Flint's old pirate crew are aboard the ship, including Long...  (more)

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I saw 8 years old when i saw it on a VHS tape. Loved it. It was lot better than other Cartoonish spinoffs of the famous novel of Robert Luis Stevenson.

Music and songs were good too. It was a bit different from the orignal story as Jim had...  (read more)

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