- 1. Kievnauchfilrn Artistic animation co-op
- 2. Arrnen Dzhigarkhanyan
- 3. V. Andriyenko, VBessarab, BVoznyuk
- 4. G. Kishko, E. Paperniy, G. Tolohinskiy
- 5. In the film
- 6. Treasure Island
- 7. Did not appear
- 8. but
- 9. voiced the characters of;
- 10. Jim Hawkins, Billy Bones, Black Dog, Blind
Pew, Doctor Livesey...
- 11. Squire Trelawney, John Silver, Capt.
Srnollett and the pirates...
- 12. All the heroes of this sordid story, from
buccaneer to a hapless drunk,
- 13. will gather here in their pirate glory, where
Flint buried an old treasure trunk.
- 14. The tale begins with an old sea-chart. To get
it, quite a few will lay their bones.
- 15. A tiny island, peaceful as an orchard, will end
up scattered with tombstones.
- 16. The "Treasure Island"
- 17. Come and take a look, it's a pirate book.
- 18. The "Treasure Island"
- 19. by Robert Lewis Stevenson
- 20. The "Treasure Island"
- 21. On every other page, fights in drunken rage,
- 22. Louis-d'ors and bullets sing their song.
- 23. There's fights with guns and rapiers intrigues,
betrayals, chases, homicide!
- 24. And all of that for just a roll of paper that has
some sort of plan on it inside.
- 25. And all of that for money, money, money, The
root of all that's evil, as they say!
- 26. They come for me, I thank you for the
- 27. It's murder time, and I must run away.
- 28. The "Treasure Island"
- 29. Come and take a look, it's a pirate book.
- 30. The "Treasure Island"
- 31. by Robert Lewis Stevenson.
- 32. The "Treasure Island"
- 33. On every other page, fights in drunken rage,
- 34. Louis-d'ors and bullets sing their song.
- 35. The Chart of Captain Flint
- 36. Who's up at this time of night?
- 37. Mother always said: "At night, people should
sleep. And during the day..."
- 38. Who is there?
- 39. This is a pleasant harbour.
- 40. Not a bad spot for a layover.
- 41. Not too crowded, is it, lad?
- 42. Not very crowded, sir.
- 43. Very well then, looks like a good place for
me to drop my anchor.
- 44. I'll stay here for a little while.
- 45. Rum, bacon, and scrambled eggs, that's all I
- 46. Come here, boy!
- 47. If you see a sailor with only one leg, call me
- 48. For your trouble you'll get five, no four...
- 49. three, three silver pennies, once a month.
- 50. So, keep your eyes peeled.
- 51. Yes, sir.
- 52. Nice boy. Nice pl...
- 53. Ladies and gentlemen!
- 54. You will now hear a sad but instructive story
about a boy called Bobby.
- 55. Who loved...
- 56. Who loved money.
- 57. Begin!
- 58. Our Bobby was jolly and kind little tot.
- 59. A hobby he had, he loved money a lot.
- 60. It was his soft spot.
- 61. All children like children, no worry or care.
- 62. But Bob's on a diet, his table is bare.
- 63. He's saving the fare.
- 64. Money-shmoney, money-shmoney, day or
night you do your best!
- 65. Make more money! Make more money!
- 66. And to hell with all the rest!
- 67. Then what?
- 68. A penny, a shilling, and then a whole pound.
- 69. Our Bob soon became a con-artist renowned.
- 70. The word got around.
- 71. He wasn't": alone, our poor little tot.
- 72. There's plenty of guys who love money a lot.
- 73. He simply forgot.
- 74. Money-shmoney, money-shmoney, day or
night you do your best!
- 75. Make more money! Make more money!
- 76. And to hell with all the rest!
- 77. Dance, DOD-EVE!
- 78. Ladies and gentlemen! Please spare some
change, if you can.
- 79. A.k.a "The Captain."
- 80. Owner of the chart of the Treasure Island.
- 81. Drinks a lot and always has a cold.
- 82. Nasty temper. Not married.
- 83. Come here, my boy.
- 84. Is this for my friend, skipper Billy?
- 85. Sir, I don't know any skippers.
- 86. This breakfast is for our tenant who we call
- 87. You could call my friend "the Captain," too.
- 88. He has a scar on his face and very kindly
manners, especially when hes drunk.
- 89. So, this is where Billy lives?
- 90. If you mean the Captain, sir, then hes off for
- 91. Oh, Billy will be as glad to see me just as he
would a good drink.
- 92. Speak of the devil, there he is.
- 93. Let's surprise him, shall we.
- 94. Yes, sir.
- 95. Billy! Don": you recognize me, Billy?
- 96. Don": recognize your old mate?
- 97. Black Dog?
- 98. That's me!
- 99. I wanted to check up on an old ship-mate.
- 100. All right, since you tracked me down
- 101. Spit it out, why are you here?
- 102. Where's the chart, Billy?
- 103. We want the chart!
- 104. What chart? I don't have any charts!
- 105. The chart! Where is it?
- 106. I don't have any charts!
- 107. No! No! I won't!
- 108. Old friend of Flint's.
- 109. Seeks the chart of the Treasure Island.
- 110. Shady temper. Not married.
- 111. More rum!
- 112. You're injured, sir.
- 113. Jim, my boy! Get me some rum and then I'm
out of here!
- 114. Doctor! Doctor, quick!
- 115. Hello there, I'm Doctor Livesey! What seems
to be the matter?
- 116. A very good and cheerful person.
- 117. Temper extroverted. Not married.
- 118. Doctor, help! The Captain is injured.
- 119. Injured? Nonsense! He just had a stroke
from liking rum too much.
- 120. All right, let's rescue this total waste of human
- 121. Enlarged liver, very good! Enlarged spleen,
- 122. Arrhythmia, just lovely! Very splendid!
- 123. - Where's Black Dog? - Settle down! There
are no dogs here.
- 124. if you don't stop drinking, you will
very soon die.
- 125. The words "rum" and "death" should mean the
same thing to you. Do you understand?
- 126. Good bye, Jim, my boy.
- 127. Listen, Jim. I must get out of here, and
- 128. Otherwise they'll send me the "black spot."
- 129. What's that, sir?
- 130. It's like a verdict, lad.
- 131. They're after my trunk, and if they show up
- 132. Listen up, Jim.
- 133. If they show up here, then get on a horse and
get to that doctor.
- 134. He can then get the entire Flints gang.
- 135. On board of the Admiral Benbow! Get them
- 136. Old friend of Flint's. Cunning and greedy.
- 137. Will do anything for money.
- 138. Atrocious temper. Not married.
- 139. Could you tell this poor blind man, who lost
his precious eyesight...
- 140. in the name of selflessly protecting his
- 141. just where exactly he happens to be?
- 142. Next to the Admiral Benbow inn, in the Black
- 143. I hear a voice. A young voice.
- 144. Give me your hand, young man, and lead me
into the house.
- 145. And now, boy, lead me to The Captain.
- 146. Sir, I wouldn't": dare.
- 147. Won't dare, huh? Lead, or I'll break your
- 148. And when The Captains sees me, yell "here's
your friend, Billy!"
- 149. Here's your friend, Billy.
- 150. Oh, god. Pew!
- 151. It's okay, Billy, stay where you are.
- 152. I can't see you, but I can hear the trembling of
- 153. Stretch out your right arm and get it close to
- 154. Now it's done.
- 155. Good bye, Billy.
- 156. Good boy.
- 157. Good bye!
- 158. The Black Spot.
- 159. Listen, Jim! This Blind Pew is a dangerous
- 160. But the one-legged one who sent him is even
- 161. Do not let him get the chart. You hear? Do
- 162. It's in my trunk. I alone know that place.
- 163. Old Flint himself gave me that chart before he
- 164. The Black Spot. At 1O o'clock.
- 165. At '10 o'clock they'll some for my trunk.
- 166. That's 4 more hours. That's all right! I'll show
- 167. We still have sometime!
- 168. Fellow men of leisure, Have a sense of
- 169. Booze and endless drinking lead into despair.
- 170. Our trip is risky, Let's not mix in whisky,
- 171. Or we'll soon be sailing straight into a snare.
- 172. Every extra jigger is robbing you of vigour.
- 173. Your internal organs get worse with every
- 174. Does it bloom like roses? The liver from
- 175. Keep it up and you will soon give up the
- 176. Fifteen men on a dead roan's chest!
- 177. Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum
- 178. Drink and the devil had done for the rest!
- 179. Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
- 180. Drink and the devil had done for the rest!
- 181. Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
- 182. And a bottle of rum!
- 183. Once the night is over, Here comes
- 184. You will not be happy to see the light of day.
- 185. And your foes are happy that you are feeling
- 186. In your trembling fingers the weapons just
- 187. Once the sun is out, start with a workout!
- 188. Will be light as feather any heavy load!
- 189. In a healthy body spirit won": be shoddy.
- 190. Mind as sharp as arrow, and the chest is
- 191. Fifteen men on a dead roan's chest
- 192. Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
- 193. Drink and the devil had done for the rest!
- 194. Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
- 195. Drink and the devil had done for the rest!
- 196. Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
- 197. Get the door.
- 198. Yes, sir!
- 199. - Billy is dead! - God rest his soul!
- 200. Search him, you idiots, then get upstairs for
- 201. Hey, Pew! Looks like someone beat us to it!
- 202. - The trunk! - The trunk has been opened!
- 203. Is the chart there?
- 204. - Money! - Money, money!
- 205. To hell with money, I want Flint's papers!
- 206. - Don": see any papers! - No papers!
- 207. We got robbed by the boy!
- 208. Too bad I didn't stab out his eyes!
- 209. Find him, lads, he can't be very far.
- 210. We better get out of here, lads!
- 211. - Run! - Run for your lives!
- 212. Run? You idiots!
- 213. If you find those papers, you'll be richer than
- 214. - But we've got the gold, Pew! - Run, run,
- 215. Dirk! Johnny! Black Dog!
- 216. You won": leave old Pew, mates!
- 217. A very, very good and polite boy.
- 218. Modest, kind, honest.
- 219. Listens to his mom and does his exercises.
- 220. Soft-tempered.
- 221. Hello, Mr. Trelawney. Good evening, Doctor.
- 222. Good evening, my friend Jim! Whats the
- 223. You remember the old captain that stayed at
the Admiral Benbow?
- 224. Yesterday he was visited by some blind
- 225. They talked, and then the Captain had a heart
- 226. This night some bandits, probably friends of
the blind one, searched the whole inn.
- 227. What were they looking for?
- 228. They weren't looking for money. They were
looking for this.
- 229. All right, let's see. A chart!
- 230. A tall tree, North from the Skeleton Island...
- 231. '10 feet, on the Eastern slope of the mountain.
- 232. But this is the map of Captain Flint!
- 233. Now we know where Flint buried his treasure.
- 234. Livesey, tomorrow I'm off to Bristol.
- 235. In three weeks... no, pardon, in two weeks...
- 236. No-no-no, in ten days we will have a ship.
- 237. And the best crew in all of England.
- 238. You, Livesey, will be the ship doctor.
- 239. I'll be the admiral.
- 240. And Jim Hawkins can be the ship's boy.
- 241. We will find the treasure. We will swim in
money and toss it into the sea.
- 242. Dumb, greedy, lazy and condescending.
- 243. A coward and a glutton.
- 244. No personality as such. Not married.
- 245. Trelawney, I can go with you.
- 246. However, there is one person in this affair that
I find unreliable.
- 247. Who? Pray tell me the name of that
- 248. You, Trelawney! You do not know how to
keep your mouth shut.
- 249. Livesey, from now on I'll be as quiet as a
- 250. Wonderful. To Bristol, my friends!
- 251. [ Bristol, 17xx A.D. 1
- 252. [ Every day 1
- 253. You can feel free to retort, but at this point I
- 254. that if you play any sport, that's a good lad,
that's a good lad!
- 255. Bike, swim, or just run around! Don": spend all
day in your bed.
- 256. Get your behind off the ground, and go ahead,
and go ahead!
- 257. Every morning at the gym
- 258. Jim!
- 259. He can run and he can swim
- 260. Jim!
- 261. Even pirates of great height will do poorly in a
- 262. For the pirates, they all drink For the pirates
they all drink
- 263. Gin!
- 264. Pick any sport of your choosing Spend all
your days on the court.
- 265. And the pirates with all their boozing are bad
at sport, are bad at sport!
- 266. Success only comes with perseverance
- 267. and staying on track. A thousand voices will
echo this back!
- 268. Every morning at the gym
- 269. Jim!
- 270. He can run and he can swim
- 271. Jim!
- 272. Even pirates of great height will do poorly in a
- 273. For the pirates, they all drink For the pirates,
they all drink
- 274. Gin!
- 275. A.k.a. "Barbecue," a.k.a. "One-legged."
- 276. A nasty pirate, but feigns being nice.
- 277. Successfully.
- 278. Secretive. Not married.
- 279. My good fellow, we're off in search of
- 280. We need a good ship and a good crew.
- 281. Sir, I can offer both.
- 282. Wonderful.
- 283. Just take a look at this beauty. We're
- 284. Absolutely everyone, once they hear that
were off to look for treasure...
- 285. is doing their best to help us!
- 286. He did tell everyone, didn't he? That
- 287. And here is our cook, Long John Silver.
- 288. I thought I found us a cook, but it appears that
I found us an entire crew!
- 289. They don't look very trustworthy, but that's not
a big deal.
- 290. I hope all is good and the schooner is ready
- 291. Pardon, sir?
- 292. Ah, yes! Just one thing, sir. I will be honest
- 293. I don't like this expedition.
- 294. I don't like these sailors.
- 295. And finally...
- 296. What?
- 297. Yes? No!
- 298. I don't like anything at all, sir!
- 299. Is that all?
- 300. I'm sorry, sir?
- 301. Ah, yes!
- 302. No, not all.
- 303. Even though I'm the captain, I never asked
about the purpose of this journey.
- 304. However, every last sailor on this ship knows
that we're going after treasure.
- 305. I don't like that at all, sir!
- 306. An old sailor and soldier.
- 307. Brutally honest, from which suffers.
- 308. Atrocious temper. Not married.
- 309. Left, right, left, right, left, right! Stop, one,
- 310. Attention! Hear my orders!
- 311. Cast off the stern and bow lines!
- 312. Raise the anchor!
- 313. Check the guff sail!
- 314. Check the topsail rigging!
- 315. Raise the sails!
- 316. Full speed... Ah, yes!
- 317. Full speed ahead!
- 318. Tell me, Barbecue: how long are we going to
stand off and on like a burnboat?
- 319. I've had enough of the captain! Hes hazed rne
- 320. I want to live in his cabin and...
- 321. Hands...
- 322. Your head has no price on it because it never
had any brains. Do not rush things.
- 323. - But Silver, I... - Quiet. I'm talking.
- 324. After Squire and Doctor find the treasure and
help us load it on the ship...
- 325. What are we going to do with them?
- 326. England would have left them on some
- 327. Flint or Billy Bones would have out them down
like that much pork.
- 328. Dead men don't bite!
- 329. I vote... to kill.
- 330. Land ho!
- 331. This is our last chance!
- 332. It's not a payment in advance,
- 333. It always happens only once.
- 334. When fortune throws a furtive glance
- 335. That's your chance!
- 336. You may come close but no cigar.
- 337. And if you miss it, then you are
- 338. better of wishing on a star!
- 339. They are
- 340. sending the black spot, sending the black
- 341. to me!
- 342. I got the black spot, I got the damned spot!
- 343. Flee!
- 344. And when it is within your reach,
- 345. When you're almost filthy rich,
- 346. Somebody throws a hidden switch!
- 347. Rotten luck!
- 348. It helped you pick your sailing crew,
- 349. It fought and boarded ships with you!
- 350. It was behind you when you drew your
- 351. But once you make your first mistake
- 352. You'll be a mouse before a snake,
- 353. And snakes don't give much of a break.
- 354. They are
- 355. Sending the black spot, Sending the black
- 356. to me!
- 357. I got the black spot, I got the damned spot!
- 358. Flee!
- 359. And when it is within your reach,
- 360. When you're almost filthy rich,
- 361. Somebody throws a hidden switch!
- 362. Rotten luck!
- 363. It made you rubber, not the glue
- 364. It stuffed your wallet thick for you
- 365. It was behind you when you drew your
- 366. And when it is within your reach,
- 367. When you're almost filthy rich,
- 368. Somebody throws a hidden switch!
- 369. Film
- 370. based on
- 371. a novel by
- 372. Robert Lewis Stevenson
- 373. Yu. Alikov, Dliherkasskiy
- 374. Dliherkasskiy
- 375. Art director: RSakhaltuyev
- 376. V. Bystryakov
- 377. Text of songs: N. Oleva, A. Balagina
- 378. vBelorusov
- 379. V. Gruzdev
- 380. V.\/rublevskiy, N. Zurabova,
E. Kasavina, A. l_avrov, V. Ornelohuk
- 381. S. Gizila, A.I»<arbovniohiy, M. Titov
S.I»<ushnerov, N. Marohenkova, LSkorupskiy
- 382. LBurlanenko, YaPetrushanskiy,
LPerekladova, O. Yankovskaya
- 383. R. l_urnelskaya, l_. Kuoherova,
v. Ryabkina, N. Severina, LSergeyex/a
- 384. V. Andriyenko, A. Levit, V. Chiglyayev
- 385. V. Vasilkov, SGrigoryev, vLChiglyayev
- 386. Instrumental band "Festival"
- 387. Yuskrebnitskaya
- 388. SKutsenko
- 389. B. Kalashnikov
- 390. End of part 1. State TV and Radio USSR
- 391. Sponsored by the USSR State TV and Radio
- 392. Kievnauchfilrn Artistic animation co-op
- 393. V. Andriyenko, V. Vasilkov, SGrigoryev
- 394. SDubinin, A. Dyachenko, A. Levit
- 395. Yu. Nevgamonniy, V. Chiglyayev,
- 396. in the film
- 397. "The Treasure Island"
- 398. based on the novel by Robert Lewis
- 399. part two: The Treasure of Captain Flint
- 400. The bells will soon be ringing midnight, and
like a silver dollar shines the moon.
- 401. Finance is better done in daylight: bank is a
safer place for your doubloon.
- 402. We thought we were close to treasure, we'll
just tie up a few loose ends.
- 403. Who's left alive will get their measure of
money left to us by Flint and friends.
- 404. The "Treasure Island"
- 405. Come and take a look, it's a pirate book
- 406. The "Treasure Island"
- 407. by Robert Lewis Stevenson
- 408. The "Treasure Island"
- 409. On every other page, fights in drunken rage
- 410. Louis-d'ors and bullets sing their song.
- 411. I hoped to end my days old and wealthy but,
for a pirate, honor is a poor trait.
- 412. A bullet in the back is quite unhealthy, a
"black spot" makes a poor piece-o'eight.
- 413. And all of that for money, money, money, The
root of all that's evil, as they say!
- 414. They come for me, I thank you for the
- 415. It's murder time, and I must run away.
- 416. The "Treasure Island"
- 417. Come and take a look, it's a pirate book.
- 418. The "Treasure Island"
- 419. by Robert Lewis Stevenson.
- 420. The "Treasure Island"
- 421. On every other page, fights in drunken rage
- 422. Louis-d'ors and bullets sing their song.
- 423. Tell me, Barbecue: how long are we going to
stand off and on like a burnboat?
- 424. I've had enough of the captain! Hes hazed rne
- 425. I want to live in his cabin and...
- 426. Hands...
- 427. Your head has no price on it because it never
had any brains. Do not rush things.
- 428. - But Silver, I... - Quiet. I'm talking.
- 429. After Squire and Doctor find the treasure and
help us to load it on the ship...
- 430. What are we going to do with them?
- 431. I vote... to kill.
- 432. Land ho!
- 433. Come in, come in, Jim! Something you want
to tell us?
- 434. There is mutiny on board.
- 435. I just overheard a conversation.
- 436. Apparently, Silver was one of the chief
henchmen of Flint himself.
- 437. He knows about the treasure, but doesn't
know where it's buried.
- 438. As soon as we dig it out, they'll out us all.
- 439. Captain, we got tricked by John Silver! What
a splendid fellow!
- 440. He would be even more splendid hanging
from a tall mast.
- 441. Yes, captain, you were right. I admit being
an ass and await your orders.
- 442. I am just as much of an ass as you are, sir,
if the crew managed to outwit me.
- 443. Me! Captain Srnollett!
- 444. Well, no good complaining about it.
- 445. I have an idea, gentlemen!
- 446. I suggest we don't show that we know about
- 447. Let's wait and see.
- 448. Sir, they know everything! We're finished.
- 449. So, how many people on this ship can we
- 450. There are seven of us, counting Jim!
- 451. Against nineteen!
- 452. I'll fight as two men! No, as four!
- 453. As twelve! As...
- 454. Permission to leave, sir! Duty calls!
- 455. Yes, sir! Turn around! March!
- 456. Hey, lads! Anyone of you seen this land
- 457. I have, sir.
- 458. We got some fresh water here when I served
as a cook on a freight ship.
- 459. What? Ah, yes!
- 460. It seems it's best to drop the anchor on the
South shore, behind that island?
- 461. Yes, yes, sir.
- 462. It is called the Skeleton Island.
- 463. One of the sailors on my ship knew all the
- 464. That mountain over there is called the
- 465. The pirates had an outpost there.
- 466. Lads, you all worked hard! Anyone who
wants is free to go on shore leave!
- 467. Hurrah for captain Srnollett!
- 468. And now, everyone to the island!
- 469. Hurrah for captain Srnollett!
- 470. Listen, Hands.
- 471. Stay on the ship with a few lads and keep a
close eye on the captain.
- 472. You'll answer for it with your own life. Got
- 473. I wonder what the pirates will do on the
island. I've got to check it out.
- 474. - Is that Jim? - We've got to catch him, lads!
- 475. He'll ruin everything!
- 476. Jim! Where are you? Look for him, lads!
- 477. Where the hell is that boy?
- 478. I'm sorry, but who are you?
- 479. My name is Ben Gunn.
- 480. Used to be a well-behaved child.
- 481. Then started gambling and hanging out with
- 482. Soft-tempered. Not married.
- 483. It's been three years since I talked to
- 484. Were you shipwrecked?
- 485. No, I was left here. Yes, left here as
- 486. And what's your name, lad?
- 487. Jim.
- 488. And whose ship is that, Jim? Not Flint's?
- 489. No, Flint's dead.
- 490. But there are a few of his old mates on the
ship, which is a problem for us.
- 491. Anybody with only one leg?
- 492. - Silver? - Yes, yes, yes. His name was Silver.
- 493. He's our cook and the head of the entire
- 494. I can help you out. But only if...
- 495. I'm I'm I'm sorry?
- 496. I just want to know...
- 497. If I can get at least a thousand pounds of that
money, which is mine anyway.
- 498. Of course. Squire is the most generous
person in the world.
- 499. - And he'll take me home? - Of course, sir!
- 500. And now, tell about yourself, sir!
- 501. Flint, rne, and a few others sailed to this
island to bury the treasure.
- 502. "Turn around, scoundrels!" yelled Flint.
- 503. Then we decided to kill Flint and take the
- 504. But
- 505. 3 years later I was back on the island.
- 506. Lads!
- 507. I know
- 508. where Flint buried
- 509. the treasure!
- 510. We searched for twelve days, but found
- 511. Every day they cursed me more and more.
- 512. And so they left me on the island.
- 513. Oh, that's a horrible story, sir.
- 514. And if we make it back to the ship, you'll get a
head of cheese this large.
- 515. But ssshhhh. I hear steps!
- 516. It's the pirates, let's hide!
- 517. Things are looking bad.
- 518. Jim has disappeared, and it looks like the
pirates won": let us out of here.
- 519. We have to do something.
- 520. Ah-ha, here's Jim.
- 521. Who's that With him?
- 522. Here's Silver... and the pirates.
- 523. And what's this'?
- 524. Gentlemen! I have an excellent plan!
- 525. One! Two! One! Two! One! Two!
- 526. Keep against the tide!
- 527. A cannon! They are arming a cannon!
- 528. Why? Ah! They are going to shoot!
- 529. Faster! One! Two! One! Two!
- 530. Back water!
- 531. Srnollett and Trelawney took the weapons
- 532. They took the block house!
- 533. They can't see the block house from the
- 534. They are shooting the flag. We must lower it.
- 535. Lower the flag?
- 536. Proud sailing traditions do not allow lowering
the flag during a fight!
- 537. Never!
- 538. Jim! Jim, take a look!
- 539. See that? That's where your friends are.
- 540. Not the pirates?
- 541. No.
- 542. Silver would have raised the Jolly Roger, the
- 543. - Then we should go join them! - Wait, wait!
- 544. I must meet with the doctor. Tell him to come
- 545. Very well.
- 546. Doctor, Squire, Captain! It's me, Jim.
- 547. Hello.
- 548. Doctor, I just met a man.
- 549. His name is Ben Gunn and he has some kind
of news for you.
- 550. What's this?
- 551. A white flag.
- 552. I'm willing to bet it's some kind of a trick.
- 553. Attention!
- 554. Man your posts! One! Two! One! Two!
- 555. What do you want?
- 556. I want to make a deal. Do not shoot.
- 557. Very well. Sit down, my good fellow.
- 558. Thank you.
- 559. Now tell us why you are here.
- 560. We want to get the treasure. And we'll get it.
- 561. And you want to save your lives. And you
have a right to that.
- 562. - Do you have the map? - Maybe!
- 563. I know that you do. Give us the map.
- 564. Is that all? That wont do, my good fellow.
- 565. Then it's time to let the guns talk.
- 566. You don't say?
- 567. You've run aground, Silver!
- 568. And all because of your greed.
- 569. And now, here's an inspiring story for you, sir!
- 570. There lived a greedy pirate Billy. Not a person
liked him, really.
- 571. Not the sailors, not the pirates, not the
children, not his kin.
- 572. Couldn't help himself, our Billy, love of money
drove him silly!
- 573. He was always treated chilly Any place he
- 574. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! The
moral of this story
- 575. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! Greed
will make you sorry!
- 576. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! I already
- 577. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! Greeds
a nasty habit!
- 578. Girls and women Billy hated: never married,
- 579. Never once, with breath abated kissed a
single pretty lass.
- 580. For you see, he wasn't willing to dispense a
- 581. And just when he made a killing, he had a
stroke and died, alas!
- 582. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! The
moral of this story
- 583. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! Greed
will make you sorry!
- 584. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! Listen to
me, will you.
- 585. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! Avarice
will kill you!
- 586. Bill is dead, and end of story. He thought
money was his worry.
- 587. Now he's looking sad and sorry, having lived
his life in vain.
- 588. Let me make this very clear: Greed can kill a
- 589. Everybody, gather near and repeat the songs
- 590. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! Moral of
- 591. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! Greed
will make you sorry!
- 592. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! I already
- 593. One, two, three, four, five, six, eight! Greeds
a nasty habit!
- 594. Did you get all that, Silver?
- 595. If you turn yourselves in, I'll put you in chains
and you'll be tried in court.
- 596. And if not, then remember that you are
dealing with Captain Srnollett!
- 597. And I won": rest until you all hang.
- 598. In one hour those of you who are still alive
- 599. the dead.
- 600. To your stations!
- 601. Dammit.
- 602. It's been over an hour.
- 603. It's getting a little dull.
- 604. Ah! There they are! Attention, get ready!
- 605. Fire!
- 606. Hand-to-hand combat!
- 607. Stick 'em up!
- 608. Not bad, not bad! They got their rations for
- 609. Well, gentlemen, it used to be four against
- 610. Now it's four against nine, excellent!
- 611. Gentlemen, I congratulate you on our victory!
- 612. While the pirates are caring for their wounds...
- 613. and Jim, Trelawney, Livesey, and Srnollett
rest after a glorious victory...
- 614. the band "Grotesque" will perform their new
- 615. "We're all a part of this regatta"
- 616. We're all a part of this Regatta We row
toward the finish line
- 617. In hopes to be persona grata With gold and
ladies, and good wine.
- 618. Some may earn more, it's not surprising, but
it's a thought that eats our mind.
- 619. And every day demand keeps rising while the
production falls behind.
- 620. So air your oars, my friends, to hell with all
- 621. Our lives are short, why eat until you choke!
- 622. There's more to life than simply stuffing
- 623. So air your oars, my friends, so air your oars,
- 624. There's more to life than simply stuffing
- 625. So air your oars, my friends, so air your oars,
- 626. You try your best to stuff your pockets But
time will come, when Mr. Grim
- 627. will yank your oars out of their sockets and
kindly ask you to proceed with him.
- 628. Let's keep it simple, this path before us let no
one curse our names, my friend!
- 629. Let's try it out, let's air our oars! Let's air your
- 630. The end!
- 631. So air your oars, my friends, to hell with all
- 632. Our lives are short, why eat until you choke?
- 633. There's more to life than simply stuffing
- 634. So air your oars, my friends, so air your oars,
- 635. There's more to life than simply stuffing
- 636. So air your oars, my friends, so air your oars,
- 637. So that was you, Ben Gunn, who dug out the
- 638. And you took it all to this cave? Brilliant!
- 639. Now the pirates are in our hands.
- 640. I can how turn the map and the block house
over to them. Marvelous!
- 641. What the devil's going on?
- 642. What's Dr. Livesey up to?
- 643. He must have some sort of plan.
- 644. Well, if he has a plan, then I better come up
with something, too.
- 645. I'll steal Hispaniola from the pirates!
- 646. You are a scoundrel, Israel Hands!
- 647. Who, me?
- 648. Yes, you!
- 649. By thunder, that's Jim!
- 650. Who's there?
- 651. It's Jim Hawkins! I'll be damned!
- 652. Come in, come in! Always glad to see... an
- 653. Since you're here, why don't you join us?
- 654. - But sir, how did you get here? Where's Dr.
- Livesey, Trelawney and the captain?
- 655. We had a deal; we get the block house, and
they get to leave.
- 656. Where they are now, I do not know.
- 657. Sir, since I'm your prisoner, I'm at your
- 658. But you should know this: it was me who took
the chart from Billy Bones.
- 659. It was me who eavesdropped on you and told
the captain about your plans.
- 660. It was me who killed Israel Hands and stole
- 661. You have lost!
- 662. Make him bleed!
- 663. Get back.
- 664. What makes you think you can order around
- 665. You think you're the captain?
- 666. Johnny's right! Make him bleed!
- 667. Any one of us can command here.
- 668. Gentlemen... Anyone who wants to deal with
rne can step outside.
- 669. Take a cutlass, him that dares.
- 670. And I'll see the colour of his inside, crutch and
- 671. before that pipe's empty.
- 672. Not too brave now? Then hear this.
- 673. Anyone who touches Jim will have to deal with
- 674. You lot want to say something? Then say it.
- 675. I'm listening.
- 676. Your pardon, sir, you're pretty free with
some of the rules lately.
- 677. The crew has a right to gather and council!
- 678. - According to the rules! - Forecastle council!
- 679. That's the rules!
- 680. You're within half a plank of death, Jim.
- 681. They're going to throw me off.
- 682. Tit for tat.
- 683. I'll save your life, and you'll save Long John
- 684. What I can do, that I'll do.
- 685. It's a bargain.
- 686. By the way... Do you know why the doctor
gave rne the chart?
- 687. There's something under that, no doubt.
- 688. John, wore throwing you off!
- 689. The crew, in a council, according to the rules
of the gentlemen o'fortune...
- 690. decided to send you the black spot!
- 691. Turn it over, and read what it says.
- 692. You'll sing a different song now!
- 693. You're deposed, Silver! Get off that barrel!
- 694. - Get off the barrel! - Kick him out!
- 695. Now listen to what I have to say.
- 696. This boy is a hostage.
- 697. And he, this boy, might be our last chance.
- 698. All right, what about the doctor?
- 699. Why did I let him and the others go?
- 700. Here.
- 701. It's the real thing!
- 702. - Here's Flints signature. - Yes, with a knot in
- 703. But how are we to get away?
- 704. We have no ship!
- 705. You ought to tell me that.
- 706. You and the rest, that lost me my schooner!
- 707. I found you the treasure. But you, you lost rne
- 708. I don't care to be the captain of a bunch of
- 709. I've had enough.
- 710. - Silver! - Barbecue forever!
- 711. Gentlemen. Let's go look for treasure.
- 712. - Whats the matter? - Whats happening?
- 713. - He already found! - Found the treasure!
- 714. A skeleton!
- 715. He was a seaman. He's dressed in good
- 716. - Oh really? Who did you expect to find here?
- A bishop?
- 717. However... why are the bones laid out so
- 718. Oh, I think I get it. They are pointing to where
the treasure is.
- 719. Just take a bearing, will you.
- 720. South-West.
- 721. That means the Pole Star is there.
- 722. And there are the jolly dollars!
- 723. By thunder, it's one of Flint's little jokes.
- 724. These are the three tall trees.
- 725. It's child's play to find the stuff now.
- 726. - Mates! Great riches wait for us over there!
- Come on!
- 727. - Is that Jim? - Who else!
- 728. Gentlemen! We must save Jim. It's our duty!
- 729. Attention!
- 730. Hear my orders: surround the pirates!
- 731. - Hey, wheres the money! - Where are the
- 732. - Where are the dollars? - Gone!
- 733. Sir... '(herds nothing here.
- 734. Someone got here before us.
- 735. Where's the treasure, sir?
- 736. Is this your promised seven hundred
- 737. Gentlemen! There's only two of them!
- 738. One a cripple who brought us hereto our
- 739. the other's that cub that I mean to have the
- 740. - Look, look! - What is that?
- 741. - They are coming this way! - Run for your
- 742. Hello, gentlemen! Hello my clears!
- 743. You don't look so good! Allow me to listen in...
- 744. That's wonderful! Breathe deeper. Splendid! A
bit hoarse, is it?
- 745. Stomach droopy, liver completely shot, that's
good. Excellent, excellent!
- 746. Teeth now, let's see. Rotten, jolly good! Many
missing, that's marvelous!
- 747. Lads! You smoke way too much!
- 748. With lungs like yours, you couldn't run a
- 749. Remember! Smoking is bad for your health.
- 750. Columbus sailed into the west with fellow
- 751. Upon returning from his quest He taught the
world to smoke.
- 752. It started from a pipe of peace he shared with
- 753. But with it came a great disease: addiction to
- 754. As warns the Surgeon General:
- 755. Tobacco's not a game!
- 756. As warns the Surgeon General,
- 757. As warns the Surgeon General:
- 758. And Columbus, and Columbus, and
Columbus, and Columbus...
- 759. and Columbus
- 760. is not the one to blame.
- 761. Columbus, though a clever man, knew none
of what he did.
- 762. Who knew tobacco flames would fan from
China to Madrid.
- 763. To smelling roses we prefer the smell of putrid
- 764. And with it cancer, my good sir, and chance of
- 765. As warns the Surgeon General:
- 766. Tobacco's not a game!
- 767. As warns the Surgeon General,
- 768. As warns the Surgeon General:
- 769. And Columbus, and Columbus, and
Columbus, and Columbus...
- 770. is not the one to blame!
- 771. And as to me, I'm glad I quit, now fit and
strong like bull —
- 772. To Surgeon General I bid my gratitude in full.
- 773. Let's make "tobacco" a "taboo" No if, or when,
- 774. If we could do it, you can too kick smoking in
- 775. Tobacco's not a game!
- 776. As warns the Surgeon General,
- 777. As warns the Surgeon General:
- 778. And Columbus, and Columbus, and
Columbus, and Columbus...
- 779. and Columbus...
- 780. is not the one to blame!
- 781. And what will happen to me?
- 782. It's up to the judge. But I will keep my
- 783. So it was you, Ben.
- 784. It was you who dug out the treasure.
- 785. One, two! One, two! One, two! Stop, one,
- 786. Hear my orders! Load the cargo!
- 787. One, two! One, two! One, two!
- 788. Prepare to set sail! One, two!
- 789. Check the top sail! Check the gaff sail!
- 790. Raise the sails! One, two!
- 791. Full speed ahead!
- 792. It appears that we have made it to the final
- 793. And nobody cared to do me in.
- 794. I'm not destined to be hanging out up with a
- 795. I'm gentleman o'fortune! I'm gentleman
- 796. In film and real life! In film and real life!
- 797. - Just like real life? - Just like real life!
- 798. Since the viewers like to watch the movies
just like ours.
- 799. Let us turn it up a notch and make it last for
- 800. I'm gentleman o'fortune! I'm gentleman
- 801. In film and real life! In film and real life!
- 802. - Just like real life? - Just like real life!
- 803. Damy and gospoda!
- 804. Ladies and gentlemen!
- 805. Mesdames et monsieurs!
- 806. Senores y senoritas!
- 807. Comrades!
- 808. In this film, starred...
- 809. - Voiced! - Yes.
- 810. Voiced by movie and theatre actors.
- 811. BVoznyuk
- 812. To Bristol, friends!
- 813. V. Andriyenko
- 814. I'm as much of an ass as you are, sir!
- 815. E. Paperny
- 816. Good day! It's me, Doctor Livesey!
- 817. A. Dzhigarkhanyan
- 818. Some feared Pew. Others — Billy Bones.
- 819. Me'?
- 820. I was feared by Flint himself.
- 821. Yu. Yakovlev
- 822. VBessarab
- 823. G. Kishko
- 824. Cowardly pirate: VZadneprovskiy
- 825. V. Chiglyayev
- 826. Yu. Alikov, Dliherkasskiy
- 827. Dliherkasskiy
- 828. Art director: RSakhaltuyev
- 829. V. Bystryakov
- 830. Text of songs: N. Oleva, A. Balagina
- 831. vBelorusov
- 832. V. Gruzdev
- 833. A. l_avrov, S.I»<ushnerov, S. Gizila,
- 834. M. Medved, M. Bykov, EZuyeva,
- 835. R. l_urnelskaya, l_. Kuoherova,
v. Ryabkina, N. Severina, V. Bozhenok
- 836. Yallfletrushankiy, I.I»<otikov,
N. Myakota, T. Cherni
- 837. Yuskrebnitskaya
- 838. SKutsenko
- 839. B. Kalashnikov
- 840. 1988 by State TV and Radio USSR