A mildly amusing film, which starts out like those old Goofy cartoons, but drops this once Robinson (yes, I'm pretty sure he says his name is Robinson, not Robin) (Dick Van Dyke) washes up on a deserted island. Here, instead of meeting his man Friday, he meets a stranded American chimpanzee from the space project, and beautiful island girl Wednesday (Nancy Kwan). Crusoe tries to ignore her beauty, focusing on writing letters home to his fiancee. Then a whole bunch of her sisters and cousins turn up, expecting him to protect them from their murderous misogynistic father. Crusoe works out a plan, while they giggle and kiss him endlessly, seemingly unaware that their lives are at stake. He succeeds in saving them, and Wednesday increases her efforts to sexually assault him, but he manages to escape with the chimp and get home to America, where the chimp is lauded as a hero and he is ignored. A funny ending to what was at most a distracting way to spend an hour or two on a Sunday afternoon, and I'm sure glad he goes back to his fiancee and doesn't stay with the manipulative and infuriating Wednesday.