Robert Louis Stevenson


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932)

Writer (Feature Film)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2008)
Source Material
Jekyll (2008)
Source Material
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2006)
Source Material
Treasure Island (2001)
Source Material
The Suicide Club (2000)
From Story
The Suicide Club (2000)
Source Material
Desnudo Con Naranjas (1995)
From Short Story
Treasure Island (1991)
Source Material
The Suicide Club (1987)
From Short Story ("The Suicide Club")
Scalawag (1973)
From Story
Treasure Island (1972)
Source Material
Dentro la Casa della Vecchia Signora (1971)
From Story ("The Dynamiter")

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Treasure Planet (2002)
Source Material (From Novel)
St. Ives (2001)
Source Material (From Novel)
Muppet Treasure Island (1996)
Source Material (From Novel)
Dr. Jekyll and MS. Hyde (1995)
Source Material (From Novel)
Jekyll & Hyde (1990)
Source Material (From Novel)
Treasure Island (1990)
Source Material (From Novel)
Le Testament du Docteur Cordelier (1990)
Source Material (From Novel)
Edge of Sanity (1989)
Source Material (From Novel)
Strannayar Istoriyar Doktora Dzhekila i Mistera Khaida (1987)
Source Material (From Novel)
The Master Of Ballantrae (1984)
Source Material (From Novel)
Vrak (1983)
Source Material (From Novel)
Docteur Jekyll et les femmes (1981)
Source Material (From Novel)
Kidnapped (1971)
Source Material (From Novel)
Ostrov Sokrovishch (1971)
Source Material (From Novel)

Writer (Special)

Treasure Island: The Adventure Begins (1994)
Characters As Source Material

Special Thanks (Special)

Treasure Island: The Adventure Begins (1994)
Characters As Source Material

Misc. Crew (Special)

Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical (2001)
Source Material (From Novel)
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1989)
Source Material (From Novel)
Doctor Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1981)
Source Material (From Novel)

Writer (TV Mini-Series)

Treasure Island (2012)
Source Material
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2003)
Source Material (From Novella "Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde")
A Child's Garden of Verses (1992)
Book As Source Material ("A Child'S Garden Of Verses")
Cap'n O.G. Readmore Meets Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1986)
From Story

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1999)
Source Material (From Novel)
The Ebb-Tide (1998)
Source Material (From Novel)
Kidnapped (1995)
Source Material (From Novel)
Black Arrow (1985)
Source Material (From Novel)

Life Events

Videos

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Treasure Island (1950) - Downright Un-English! Jim (Bobby Driscoll), frightened but charmed by the newly hired cook Silver (Robert Netwon), boards the ship at Bristol where we meet Captain Smollett (Basil Sydney), who’s not sure Squire Trelawney (Walter Fitzgerald) and Livesy (Denis O’Dea) have made good choices regarding the crew, in Walt Disney’s Treasure Island, 1950.
Treasure Island (1950) - Take Me To Captain Billy Bones! West Coast of England, 1765, having helped his lone tenant, Captain Billy Bones (Finlay Currie), hide from his first visitor, Jim (Bobby Driscoll) has to hide him again when Blind Pew (John Laurie) appears, early in the first Walt Disney live-action feature, Treasure Island, 1950, from Robert Louis Stevenson, starring Robert Newton.
Treasure Island (1950) - Flint's Map Jim (Bobby Driscoll) returns to the inn with Squire Trelawney (Walter Fitzgerald) and Dr. Livesy (Denis O’Dea) to find Captain Billy Bones murdered, then decides to show them the treasure map entrusted to him, sparking the big idea, in Walt Disney’s hit adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, 1950, starring Robert Newton.
Treasure Island (1950) - Many's The Night I've Dreamed Of Cheese Having just escaped Long John Silver, Jack (Bobby Driscoll) flees only to discover the marooned Ben Gunn (Geoffrey Wilkinson), left to guard Flint's gold in Treasure Island, 1950.
Treasure Island (1950) - Head Full Of Pirates Fitting out the ship in Bristol, Jim (Bobby Driscoll), warned by his murdered friend Billy Bones of a one-legged man, meets Long John Silver (Robert Newton), who’s just been hired by the clueless Trelawney (Walter Fitzgerald) and Livesy (Denis O’Dea) as cook for their treasure hunting voyage, in Walt Disney’s Treasure Island, 1950.
Treasure Island (1934) - Billy Bones At the party for his innkeeper mother (Dorothy Peterson), Jack (Jackie Cooper) observes the arrival of cranky Billy Bones (Lionel Barrymore), early in MGM's hit 1934 production of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island, directed by Victor Fleming.
Treasure Island (1934) - Flint's Fist Jack (Jackie Cooper) and his mum (Dorothy Peterson) search the belongings of lodger Billy Bones (Lionel Barrymore), who has just died after being confronted by Blind Pew (William V. Mong), who returns with cohorts, but flees when Livesey (Otto Kruger) arrives, in MGM's Treasure Island, 1934.
Treasure Island (1934) - Long John Silver Jack (Jackie Cooper), having been warned about a "seafaring man with one leg," arrives at Bristol with sponsor Squire Trelawney (Nigel Bruce), whereupon they meet Long John Silver (Wallace Beery) in director Victor Fleming's 1934 production of Treasure Island.
Kidnapped (1948) - Of The Honest Party Fugitive David (Roddy McDowall) welcomes shelter from Scottish lass Aileen (Sue England), whose innkeeper father (Alex Frazer) feigns delight at meeting David's colleague Breck (Dan O'Herlihy), then attempts a betrayal, in Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped, 1948.
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (1920) - His Imagination Afire John Barrymore goes there and back, almost entirely without effects, in one of the earlier and most celebrated transformations, from the Famous Players studio and producer Adolph Zukor, in Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde, 1920.
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (1920) - Tampering With The Supernatural Opening introducing the morally sound Jekyll (John Barrymore), with fancy science, still provoking a warning from mentor Lanyon (Charles Lane), and evoking 19th century London society, in Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde, 1920.
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (1920) - Afraid Of Temptation Lured to London's seamier side by the apparently voyeuristic Carew (Brandon Hurst), John Barrymore (here as the polite persona of the title character) is enticed by a dancer (Nita Naldi) but not yet led astray, in Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde, 1920.

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