What is Robinson Crusoe?

  • (noun): The hero of Daniel Defoe's novel about a shipwrecked English sailor who survives on a small tropical island.

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Robinson Crusoe, Jr. - Songs
... Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go with Friday on Saturday Night? (Sam M ... Lewis Joe Young (w), George W ...
The Mole (U.S. Season 5) - Episodes - Episode 1
... Possible earnings Over the Falls $20,000 $60,000 Robinson Crusoe $15,000 $25,000 Current Pot $35,000 $85,000 Exemption Nicole Stranded after "Crusoe" mission Execution Marcie 1st ... Robinson Crusoe The players were taken to a beach and told the story of Alexander Selkirk, who was stranded in Chile in 1704, and inspired Robinson Crusoe ...
Mr. Robinson Crusoe
... Robinson Crusoe is a 1932 American film ... location filming on Tahiti with working titles being Tropical Knight, A Modern Robinson Crusoe and Robinson Crusoe of the South Seas ...
List Of Children's Books Made Into Feature Films - Fiction - R
... (1980), Madeleine L'Engle A Ring of Endless Light (2002) (TV) Robinson Crusoe (1719), Daniel Defoe Robinson Crusoe (1927) Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1954) Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964) Lt ... Robin Crusoe, U.S.N ... (1966) Crusoe (1988) Shipwrecked (1991) Robinson Crusoe (1997) Ronia the Robber's Daughter (1981), Astrid Lindgren Ronia, the Robber's Daughter (1984) ...
Crusoe (TV Series) - Cast and Characters
... Name Actor or actress Episode count Robinson Crusoe Philip Winchester 12 He has been shipwrecked on the island for the past six years, and desperately desires to return to his wife and children ... a talent for things mechanical, the ingenious Crusoe builds a breathtaking and altogether modern home high up in the trees to elude his enemies ... Friday Tongayi Chirisa 12 He becomes Crusoe's companion after he is rescued from being a human sacrifice for the tribe of cannibals he was once a part of ...

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