Folklore Juvenile films
Keith Carradine; Annette O'Toole; Suzanne Marie Doyon; Max Gail; Floyd Red Crow Westerman; Richard Thomas; Nicholas Farrell; James Wilby; Keira Knightley; Questar, Inc.
|注意：||Title from container.
Originally released as motion pictures.
|演員名單:||Keith Carradine, Annette O'Toole ; Max Gail, Floyd Red Crow Westerman ; Richard Thomas ; Keira Knightly ; and others.|
|描述：||2 videodiscs (435 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD, all regions; Dolby surround and 5.1 virtual surround sound.|
|内容：||The sign of the beaver --
The legend of Tillamook's gold --
The adventures of Swiss Family Robinson --
The treasure seekers.
The Legend of Tillamook's Gold - Julie (Suzanne Marie Doyon), a lonely fourteen-year-old, is in for the most amazing summer of her life when she finds an ancient coin on the beach and uncovers a local Native-American legend about a long-lost mountain treasure. With the help of her grandfather (Max Gail) and his friend, Standing Elk (Floyd Red Crow Westerman), Julie embarks on a fantastic adventure to find the Tillamook gold.
The Adventures of Swiss Family Robinson - A raging storm maroons the close-knit Robinson family and a band of shipwrecked survivors on a remote desert island. Richard Thomas stars in this timeless saga.
The Treasure Seekers - A terrible doom falls over the house of Bastable! Widower Richard Bastable (Nicholas Farrell) faces financial ruin if he cannot complete his new invention, a refrigeration machine. With creditors at their doorstep, his five imaginative and mischievous children team up "to restore the fortunes of our house." The distinguished cast includes James Wilby as the family's dashing next door neighbor, a famous explorer, and, in her first major speaking role, eleven-year-old Keira Knightley, as "The Princess," who joins the children in their backyard adventures.
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- Father and child.
- Frontier and pioneer life.
- Indians of North America.
- Treasure troves.