The classic story of Robinson Crusoe, a man who is dragged to a desert island after a shipwreck. On 30 September 1659, the British aristocratic Robinson Crusoe’s ship sinks and he miraculously survives on a deserted island somewhere in South America. He retrieves a dog, Rex, and a cat, Sam, from the shipwreck together with some supplies, weapons, clothes and tools and builds a shelter. He soon learns how to survive by cooking, farming, harvesting the crops. Then the loneliness begins to haunt him, especially after the loss of Rex. When he sees a group of cannibals in the island, tension and fear become part of his life. Later he saves the life of a savage that was going to be eaten by the cannibals. He names him Friday and they become friends. When Robinson Crusoe sees Caucasians on the island, he finds that Captain Oberzo was the victim of a mutiny and he helps him to retrieve his ship.