Treasure Island / Остров Сокровищ 3/9 (1988, uncut, Part 1) - English Subtitles


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BILLY BONES DIED...
"You have time until ten o'clock"
To hell with the door.
Yes, sir!
- Billy is dead! - May God rest his soul!
Search him, you loafers, and fetch the chest!
Hey, Pew! Somebody has already been here!
- The chest -- - The chest is open!
And the map? Is it there?
Money! There's money here!
To hell with the money! I'm talking about Flint's papers here.
- I can see no papers. - There's nothing here!
We've been robbed by this brat. A pity I didn't poke his eyes out.
Find him, mates. He must be here somewhere!
We gotta beat it!
- Run! - Save yourselves!
Run? You idiots! Whoever finds this map, will be richer than the King!
But we got the gold, Pew!
Run! Run!
Dirk! Johnny! Black Dog!
You won't leave ol' Pew behind, will you?
JIM
A very, very good and polite boy. Humble, kind, honest.
Listens to his mother and excercizes every morning.
Character: soft.
Good evening, Mr. Trelawney. Good evening, Doctor.
Good evening, my friend Jim! What happened?
Remember the old captain who put up at "Admiral Benbow"?
Yesterday, some blind beggar paid him a visit. They had a talk.
And the captain suffered a deadly stroke.
And in the night some bandits, probably that beggar's friends, searched the whole inn.
What were they looking for, then?
Not for money. They were looking for this.
Well... let's see... a map!
Aha... tall tree... northwards from Skeleton Island... ten feet...
This is Captain Flint's map!
Now we know where Flint buried his treasure!
Livesey! Tomorrow I will start for Bristol.
Three weeks from now... no, two weeks... no, ten days from now...
we'll have a ship and the best crew in England!
You, Livesey, will be the ship's doctor!
Myself, an admiral!
And Jim Hawkins will be the cabin-boy!
We will find the treasure! We'll be able to swim in money...
and throw it out to sea!
SQUIRE TRELAWNEY
Dumb, greedy, gluttonous, lazy, cowardly, arrogant.
Character: absent. Not married.
Trelawney, I can go with you. However, there is a man in this undertaking
I am afraid to rely on.
Who is it? Name me this dog, sir!
You, Trelawney! You cannot hold your tongue.
Livesey, from now on I will be as silent as a grave!
Wonderful! Let's head for Bristol, friends!
BRISTOL Year 17..
"THE SPYGLASS"
DEAR AUDIENCE!
DON'T WORRY!
THIS TERRIBLE PIRATE CANNOT DO JIM ANY HARM,
BECAUSE JIM
EXCERCIZES
EVERY
MORNING!
I say it's out of the question If a man can have delight
In sports as means of expression Then he's alright, then he's alright
Jogging and jumping, and diving - This is an absolute fun.
Just pull yourself well together, It can be done, it can be done.
Keeping up the day routine, Jim!
Sport will make you tough and keen, Jim!
Even an experienced pirate Wouldn't know where to fire at,
For the pirate drinks too much,
For the pirate drinks too much,
For the pirate drinks too much,
For the pirate drinks too much,
For the pirate drinks too much Gin!
Training needs much repetition, Pirates, of all other sorts
By their drinking condition Are not fond of sports, not fond of sports!
Sport is a base for success,
Steadiness and calculation,
A thousandfold choir supports our manifestation!
Keeping up the day routine, Jim!
Sport will make you tough and keen, Jim!
Even an experienced pirate Wouldn't know where to fire at,
For the pirate drinks too much,
For the pirate drinks too much,
For the pirate drinks too much,
For the pirate drinks too much,
For the pirate drinks too much Gin!
JOHN SILVER
Aka "Barbecue", aka "One-Leg". The most terrible of pirates,
but pretending to be good, and quite successful in that.
Character: secretive. Not married.
My dear man, we're going for a treasure hunt.
We'll need a good ship and a crew.
Sir, I have both.
Splendid.