Mr. Robinson (film)
Mr. Robinson (Italian: Il signor Robinson, mostruosa storia d'amore e d'avventure, also known as Robinson Jr.) is a 1976 Italian comedy film directed by Sergio Corbucci. It is a parody of the Daniel Defoe's novel Robinson Crusoe.
-Il Signor Robinson: mostruosa storia d'amore e d'avventure-
Italian theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Sergio Corbucci|
|Produced by||Franco Cristaldi|
|Written by||Paolo Villaggio |
Castellano e Pipolo
|Starring||Paolo Villaggio, Zeudi Araya|
|Music by||Guido & Maurizio De Angelis|
|Edited by||Amedeo Salfa|
The Milanese fashion guru Roberto Minghelli embarks with his wife on a cruise. One morning he wakes up in a now-sunken ship but is able to escape to an island, where he finds an abandoned hut which had a famous owner, Robinson Crusoe. Although the city slicker seems to be completely unsuitable for survival on a deserted island, Roberto adapts over time to his location and even leads a relatively happy life. But then he discovers that he is not alone on the island: a pretty young native, whom he calls Friday, joins him, and things start to be more complicated.