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Robinson Crusoe (1997 film) Quotes

Robinson Crusoe (1997 film) is a TV program that debuted in 1970 . Robinson Crusoe ended in 1970.

It features Njeri Karango as producer, Jennie Muskett in charge of musical score, and David Connell (cinematographer) as head of cinematography.

Robinson Crusoe (1997 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Robinson Crusoe (1997 film) is 92 min approx. long. Robinson Crusoe (1997 film) is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

The cast includes: William Takaku as Robinson Crusoe, Ian Hart as Daniel Defoe, and James Frain as Robert.

Robinson Crusoe (1997 film) Quotes

William Takaku as Robinson Crusoe

  • (Man Friday) "Skipper go to Crusoe's God?"
  • (William Takaku) "No. Dogs don't have mortal souls. Only men have mortal souls."
  • (Man Friday) "Too bad. Good dog."
  • (William Takaku) "In my studies I had come to learn of religious wars that had plagued mankind since the beginning of time. But how sad I thought that in this universe of two, religion had sparked our own war. Something had to be done."

Ian Hart as Daniel Defoe

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