Treasure Island Part II: Captain Flint's Treasure (1989) - full transcript

An unusual guest comes to the tavern "Admiral Benbow". Scars on his face betrayed him as a former pirate, who had to endure many storms and drunken fights. This is Billy Bons, a sailor who used to be in Captain Flint's team. He was very scared and always drank a lot of rum. He promised to pay Jim Hawkins - a boy working in a tavern, three pence in silver, but every month, if he suddenly noticed near the inn, " - a sailor on one leg ...".

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V.Andriyenko, V.Vasilkov, S.Grigoryev

S.Dubinin, A.Dyachenko, A.Levit

Yu.Nevgamonniy, V.Chiglyayev,
M.Tserishenko

in the film

"The Treasure Island"

based on the novel by
Robert Lewis Stevenson

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part two:
The Treasure of Captain Flint

The bells will soon be ringing midnight,
and like a silver dollar shines the moon.



Finance is better done in daylight:
bank is a safer place for your doubloon.

We thought we were close to treasure,
we'll just tie up a few loose ends.

Who's left alive will get their measure
of money left to us by Flint and friends.

The "Treasure Island"

Come and take a look, it's a pirate book

The "Treasure Island"

by Robert Lewis Stevenson

The "Treasure Island"

On every other page,
fights in drunken rage

Louis-d'ors and bullets sing their song.

I hoped to end my days old and wealthy
but, for a pirate, honor is a poor trait.

A bullet in the back is quite unhealthy,
a "black spot" makes a poor piece-o'eight.

And all of that for money, money, money,
The root of all that's evil, as they say!

They come for me,
I thank you for the pleasure,



It's murder time, and I must run away.

The "Treasure Island"

Come and take a look, it's a pirate book.

The "Treasure Island"

by Robert Lewis Stevenson.

The "Treasure Island"

On every other page,
fights in drunken rage

Louis-d'ors and bullets sing their song.

- Tell me, Barbecue: how long are we
going to stand off and on like a bumboat?

I've had enough of the captain!
He's hazed me long enough!

I want to live in his cabin and...

- Hands...

Your head has no price on it because it
never had any brains. Do not rush things.

- But Silver, I...
- Quiet. I'm talking.

After Squire and Doctor find the treasure
and help us to load it on the ship...

- What are we going to do with them?

- I vote... to kill.

- Land ho!

- Come in, come in, Jim!
Something you want to tell us?

- There is mutiny on board.

I just overheard a conversation.

Apparently, Silver was one of the
chief henchmen of Flint himself.

He knows about the treasure,
but doesn't know where it's buried.

As soon as we dig it out,
they'll cut us all.

- Captain, we got tricked by John Silver!
What a splendid fellow!

- He would be even more splendid
hanging from a tall mast.

- Yes, captain, you were right. I admit
being an ass and await your orders.

- I am just as much of an ass as you are,
sir, if the crew managed to outwit me.

Me! Captain Smollett!

Well, no good complaining about it.

I have an idea, gentlemen!

I suggest we don't show that we know
about their plans.

Let's wait and see.

- Sir, they know everything!
We're finished.

- So, how many people on this ship
can we trust?

- There are seven of us, counting Jim!

- Against nineteen!

- I'll fight as two men! No, as four!

As twelve! As...

- Permission to leave, sir! Duty calls!

Yes, sir! Turn around! March!

- Hey, lads! Anyone of you
seen this land before?

- I have, sir.

We got some fresh water here when
I served as a cook on a freight ship.

- What? Ah, yes!

It seems it's best to drop the anchor
on the South shore, behind that island?

- Yes, yes, sir.

It is called the Skeleton Island.

One of the sailors on my ship
knew all the landmarks.

That mountain over there is called
the Spy-Glass Mountain.

The pirates had an outpost there.

- Lads, you all worked hard! Anyone
who wants is free to go on shore leave!

- Hurrah for captain Smollett!

And now, everyone to the island!

- Hurrah for captain Smollett!

- Listen, Hands.

Stay on the ship with a few lads and
keep a close eye on the captain.

You'll answer for it with your own life.
Got that?

- I wonder what the pirates will do on
the island. I've got to check it out.

- Is that Jim?
- We've got to catch him, lads!

- He'll ruin everything!

- Jim! Where are you? Look for him, lads!

- Where the hell is that boy?

- I'm sorry, but who are you?

- My name is Ben Gunn.

[ Ben Gunn ]

Used to be a well-behaved child.

Then started gambling and
hanging out with pirates.

Soft-tempered. Not married.

- It's been three years
since I talked to anyone.

- Were you shipwrecked?

- No, I was left here.
Yes, left here as punishment.

And what's your name, lad?

- Jim.

- And whose ship is that, Jim?
Not Flint's?

- No, Flint's dead.

But there are a few of his old mates on
the ship, which is a problem for us.

- Anybody with only one leg?

- Silver?
- Yes, yes, yes. His name was Silver.

- He's our cook and the head
of the entire gang.

- I can help you out. But only if...

- I'm sorry?

- I just want to know...

If I can get at least a thousand pounds
of that money, which is mine anyway.

- Of course. Squire is the most
generous person in the world.

- And he'll take me home?
- Of course, sir!

And now, tell about yourself, sir!

[ Ben Gunn's story ]

Flint, me, and a few others sailed to
this island to bury the treasure.

"Turn around, scoundrels!" yelled Flint.

Then we decided to kill Flint
and take the treasure.

but

3 years later I was back on the island.

Lads!

I know

where Flint buried

the treasure!

We searched for twelve days,
but found nothing.

Every day they cursed me more and more.

And so they left me on the island.

- Oh, that's a horrible story, sir.

And if we make it back to the ship,
you'll get a head of cheese this large.

But ssshhhh. I hear steps!

It's the pirates, let's hide!

- Things are looking bad.

Jim has disappeared, and it looks like
the pirates won't let us out of here.

We have to do something.

Ah-ha, here's Jim.

Who's that with him?

Here's Silver... and the pirates.

And what's this?

Gentlemen! I have an excellent plan!

- One! Two! One! Two! One! Two!

Keep against the tide!

A cannon! They are arming a cannon!

Why? Ah! They are going to shoot!

Faster! One! Two! One! Two!

Back water!

- Smollett and Trelawney took
the weapons and fled!

They took the block house!

- They can't see the block house
from the ship.

They are shooting the flag.
We must lower it.

- Lower the flag?

Proud sailing traditions do not allow
lowering the flag during a fight!

Never!

- Jim! Jim, take a look!

See that? That's where your friends are.

- Not the pirates?

- No.

Silver would have raised the Jolly Roger,
the pirate's flag!

- Then we should go join them!
- Wait, wait!

I must meet with the doctor.
Tell him to come alone.

- Very well.

- Doctor, Squire, Captain! It's me, Jim.

Hello.

- Doctor, I just met a man.

His name is Ben Gunn and he has
some kind of news for you.

- What's this?

- A white flag.

- I'm willing to bet it's
some kind of a trick.

Attention!

Man your posts! One! Two! One! Two!

- What do you want?

- I want to make a deal. Do not shoot.

- Very well. Sit down, my good fellow.

- Thank you.

- Now tell us why you are here.

- We want to get the treasure.
And we'll get it.

And you want to save your lives.
And you have a right to that.

- Do you have the map?
- Maybe!

- I know that you do. Give us the map.

- Is that all? That won't do,
my good fellow.

- Then it's time to let the guns talk.

- You don't say?

- You've run aground, Silver!

And all because of your greed.

And now, here's an inspiring story
for you, sir!

[ A song about greed ]

There lived a greedy pirate Billy.
Not a person liked him, really.

Not the sailors, not the pirates,
not the children, not his kin.

Couldn't help himself, our Billy,
love of money drove him silly!

He was always treated chilly
Any place he settled in.

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
The moral of this story

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
Greed will make you sorry!

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
I already said it:

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
Greed's a nasty habit!

Girls and women Billy hated:
never married, never dated.

Never once, with breath abated
kissed a single pretty lass.

For you see, he wasn't willing
to dispense a single shilling.

And just when he made a killing,
he had a stroke and died, alas!

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
The moral of this story

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
Greed will make you sorry!

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
Listen to me, will you.

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
Avarice will kill you!

Bill is dead, and end of story.
He thought money was his worry.

Now he's looking sad and sorry,
having lived his life in vain.

Let me make this very clear:
Greed can kill a buccaneer!

Everybody, gather near
and repeat the song's refrain.

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
Moral of this story

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
Greed will make you sorry!

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
I already said it:

One, two, three, four, five, six, eight!
Greed's a nasty habit!

- Did you get all that, Silver?

If you turn yourselves in, I'll put you
in chains and you'll be tried in court.

And if not, then remember that you
are dealing with Captain Smollett!

And I won't rest until you all hang.

- In one hour those of you who are
still alive will envy...

...the dead.

- To your stations!

- Dammit.

It's been over an hour.

It's getting a little dull.

Ah! There they are!
Attention, get ready!

Fire!

- Hand-to-hand combat!

[ We have fresh rum! ]

- Stick 'em up!

- Not bad, not bad!
They got their rations for today.

Well, gentlemen, it used to be
four against nineteen.

Now it's four against nine, excellent!

Gentlemen, I congratulate you
on our victory!

[ Musical Interlude ]

While the pirates are caring
for their wounds...

and Jim, Trelawney, Livesey, and Smollett
rest after a glorious victory...

the band "Grotesque" will
perform their new song...

"We're all a part of this regatta"

We're all a part of this Regatta
We row toward the finish line

In hopes to be persona grata
With gold and ladies, and good wine.

Some may earn more, it's not surprising,
but it's a thought that eats our mind.

And every day demand keeps rising
while the production falls behind.

So air your oars, my friends,
to hell with all these riches.

Our lives are short,
why eat until you choke!

There's more to life than
simply stuffing britches.

So air your oars, my friends,
so air your oars, my friends!

There's more to life than
simply stuffing britches.

So air your oars, my friends,
so air your oars, my friends!

You try your best to stuff your pockets
But time will come, when Mr. Grim

will yank your oars out of their sockets
and kindly ask you to proceed with him.

Let's keep it simple, this path before us
let no one curse our names, my friend!

Let's try it out, let's air our oars!
Let's air your oars! Stop!..

The end!

So air your oars, my friends,
to hell with all these riches.

Our lives are short,
why eat until you choke?

There's more to life than
simply stuffing britches.

So air your oars, my friends,
so air your oars, my friends!

There's more to life than
simply stuffing britches.

So air your oars, my friends,
so air your oars, my friends!

- So that was you, Ben Gunn,
who dug out the treasure? Splendid!

And you took it all to this cave?
Brilliant!

Now the pirates are in our hands.

I can now turn the map and the
block house over to them. Marvellous!

[ Back soon. Livesey. ]

- What the devil's going on?

What's Dr. Livesey up to?

He must have some sort of plan.

Well, if he has a plan, then I better
come up with something, too.

I'll steal Hispaniola from the pirates!

- You are a scoundrel, Israel Hands!

- Who, me?

- Yes, you!

- By thunder, that's Jim!

- Who's there?

It's Jim Hawkins! I'll be damned!

Come in, come in! Always glad to see...
an old friend.

Since you're here,
why don't you join us?

- But sir, how did you get here? Where's
Dr. Livesey, Trelawney and the captain?

- We had a deal: we get the block house,
and they get to leave.

Where they are now, I do not know.

- Sir, since I'm your prisoner,
I'm at your mercy.

But you should know this: it was me
who took the chart from Billy Bones.

It was me who eavesdropped on you
and told the captain about your plans.

It was me who killed Israel Hands
and stole the schooner.

You have lost!

- Make him bleed!

- Get back.

What makes you think you can
order around here, John?

You think you're the captain?

- Johnny's right! Make him bleed!

- Any one of us can command here.

- Gentlemen... Anyone who wants
to deal with me can step outside.

Take a cutlass, him that dares.

And I'll see the colour of his inside,
crutch and all...

...before that pipe's empty.

Not too brave now? Then hear this.

Anyone who touches Jim
will have to deal with me.

You lot want to say something?
Then say it.

I'm listening.

- Your pardon, sir, you're pretty free
with some of the rules lately.

The crew has a right
to gather and council!

- According to the rules!
- Forecastle council!

- That's the rules!

- You're within half a plank
of death, Jim.

They're going to throw me off.

Tit for tat.

I'll save your life, and you'll save
Long John from swinging.

- What I can do, that I'll do.

- It's a bargain.

- By the way... Do you know why
the doctor gave me the chart?

There's something under that, no doubt.

- John, we're throwing you off!

- The crew, in a council, according to
the rules of the gentlemen o'fortune...

...decided to send you the black spot!

- Turn it over, and read what it says.

[ Deposed ]

- You'll sing a different song now!

- You're deposed, Silver!
Get off that barrel!

- Get off the barrel!
- Kick him out!

- Now listen to what I have to say.

This boy is a hostage.

And he, this boy,
might be our last chance.

- All right, what about the doctor?

- Why did I let him and the others go?

Here.

- It's the real thing!

- Here's Flint's signature.
- Yes, with a knot in it!

- But how are we to get away?

- We have no ship!

- You ought to tell me that.

You and the rest, that
lost me my schooner!

I found you the treasure.
But you, you lost me the ship.

I don't care to be the captain
of a bunch of idiots.

I've had enough.

- Silver!
- Barbecue forever!

- Gentlemen. Let's go look for treasure.

- What's the matter?
- What's happening?

- He already found!
- Found the treasure!

- A skeleton!

- He was a seaman.
He's dressed in good sea-cloth.

- Oh really? Who did you expect
to find here? A bishop?

However... why are the bones
laid out so strangely?

Oh, I think I get it. They are
pointing to where the treasure is.

Just take a bearing, will you.

- South-West.

- That means the Pole Star is there.

- And there are the jolly dollars!

- By thunder, it's one of
Flint's little jokes.

- These are the three tall trees.

It's child's play to find the stuff now.

- Mates! Great riches wait for us
over there! Come on!

- Is that Jim?
- Who else!

- Gentlemen! We must save Jim.
It's our duty!

- Attention!

Hear my orders: surround the pirates!

- Hey, where's the money!
- Where are the doubloons?

- Where are the dollars?
- Gone!

- Sir... there's nothing here.

Someone got here before us.

Where's the treasure, sir?

- Is this your promised
seven hundred thousand?

Gentlemen! There's only two of them!

One a cripple who brought us here
to our deaths...

the other's that cub that I mean
to have the heart of.

- Look, look!
- What is that?

- They are coming this way!
- Run for your lives!

- Hello, gentlemen! Hello my dears!

You don't look so good!
Allow me to listen in...

That's wonderful! Breathe deeper.
Splendid! A bit hoarse, is it?

Stomach droopy, liver completely shot,
that's good. Excellent, excellent!

Teeth now, let's see. Rotten, jolly good!
Many missing, that's marvellous!

Lads! You smoke way too much!

With lungs like yours,
you couldn't run a hundred yards.

Remember! Smoking is bad for your health.

[ Song about the dangers of smoking ]

Columbus sailed into the west
with fellow seamen folk.

Upon returning from his quest
He taught the world to smoke.

It started from a pipe of peace
he shared with the chief.

But with it came a great disease:
addiction to the leaf.

As warns the Surgeon General:

Tobacco's not a game!

As warns the Surgeon General,

As warns the Surgeon General:

And Columbus, and Columbus,
and Columbus, and Columbus...

and Columbus

is not the one to blame.

Columbus, though a clever man,
knew none of what he did.

Who knew tobacco flames would fan
from China to Madrid.

To smelling roses we prefer
the smell of putrid smoke.

And with it cancer, my good sir,
and chance of early stroke.

As warns the Surgeon General:

Tobacco's not a game!

As warns the Surgeon General,

As warns the Surgeon General:

And Columbus, and Columbus,
and Columbus, and Columbus...

...is not the one to blame!

And as to me, I'm glad I quit,
now fit and strong like bull --

To Surgeon General I bid
my gratitude in full.

Let's make "tobacco" a "taboo"
No if, or when, or but.

If we could do it, you can too
kick smoking in the butt!

Tobacco's not a game!

As warns the Surgeon General,

As warns the Surgeon General:

And Columbus, and Columbus,
and Columbus, and Columbus...

...and Columbus...

...is not the one to blame!

- And what will happen to me?

- It's up to the judge.
But I will keep my promise.

- So it was you, Ben.

- It was you who dug out the treasure.

- One, two! One, two!
One, two! Stop, one, two!

- Hear my orders! Load the cargo!

- One, two! One, two! One, two!

Prepare to set sail! One, two!

Check the top sail! Check the gaff sail!

Raise the sails! One, two!

Full speed ahead!

It appears that we have made it
to the final scene!

And nobody (what a pity!)
cared to do me in.

I'm not destined to be hanging
cut up with a knife!

I'm gentleman o'fortune!
I'm gentleman o'fortune!

In film and real life!
In film and real life!

- Just like real life?
- Just like real life!

Since the viewers like to watch
the movies just like ours.

Let us turn it up a notch
and make it last for hours.

(The fansubber wants to thank
his most amazing wife!)

I'm gentleman o'fortune!
I'm gentleman o'fortune!

In film and real life!
In film and real life!

- Just like real life?
- Just like real life!

- Damy and gospoda!

- Ladies and gentlemen!

- Mesdames et monsieurs!

- Senores y senoritas!

- Comrades!

In this film, starred...

- Voiced!
- Yes.

- Voiced by movie and theatre actors.

Squire Trelawney: B.Voznyuk

- To Bristol, friends!

Captain Smollett: V.Andriyenko

- I'm as much of an ass as you are, sir!

Doctor Livesey: E.Paperny

- Good day! It's me, Doctor Livesey!

Long John Silver: A.Dzhigarkhanyan

- Some feared Pew. Others -- Billy Bones.

Me?..

I was feared by Flint himself.

[ and also ]

Ben Gunn: Yu.Yakovlev

Jim Hawkins: V.Bessarab

Blind Pew: G.Kishko

Cowardly pirate: V.Zadneprovskiy

Narrator: V.Chiglyayev

Screenplay: Yu.Alikov, D.Cherkasskiy

Directing: D.Cherkasskiy

Art director: R.Sakhaltuyev

Composer: V.Bystryakov

Text of songs: N.Oleva, A.Balagina

Camera: V.Belorusov

Sound: V.Gruzdev

Animators: A.Lavrov, S.Kushnerov,
S.Gizila, I.Skorupskiy

Animators: M.Medved, M.Bykov,
E.Zuyeva, A.Karbovnichiy

Assistants: R.Lumelskaya, L.Kucherova,
V.Ryabkina, N.Severina, V.Bozhenok

Artwork: Ya.Petrushankiy, I.Kotikov,
N.Myakota, T.Cherni

Editing: Yu.Skrebnitskaya

Editor: S.Kutsenko

Director: B.Kalashnikov

[The End]

(c) 1988 by State TV and Radio USSR