'Treasure Island'. Taking the fort.
'Treasure Island' is a Soviet full-length animated-game television film, created by order of the USSR State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company at the 'Kievnauchfilm studio' by director David Cherkassky based on the novel of the same name by Robert Louis Stevenson. Consists of two parts: 'Captain Flint's Map' (1986) and /Captain Flint's Treasure/ (1988).
The premiere took place on Central Television on March 24, 1989.
In this film, animated scenes are interspersed with musical numbers and game scenes shot with the participation of actors and illustrating the events of the cartoon, or concerning certain problems related to the pirates' lifestyle: for example, greed, smoking or alcoholism. At the same time, the manner of filming musical numbers and game episodes differs in different episodes: somewhere the image is colored, somewhere it is black and white. One action scene simulates a silent film using intertitles, and in some episodes, live footage is combined with animation.