Island of the Blue Dolphins (1964)

  • Year: 1964
  • Released: 10 Sep 1964
  • Country: United States
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  • Language: English, Spanish
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Adventure, Biography, Drama
  • Runtime: 93 min
  • Writer: Jane Klove, Scott O’Dell, Ted Sherdeman
  • Director: James B. Clark
  • Cast: Celia Milius, Larry Domasin, Ann Daniel
  • Keywords: based on novel or book, island, betrayal, native american, survival, dog,

Island of the Blue Dolphins Storyline

When her whole tribe disappears from Westerners, Karana and her brother have to survive themselves. However, her brother is killed by wild dogs, and, all alone, she needs to survive on her own before befriending the very dog that killed her brother. She sometimes has hard struggle but passes what people think women can’t do and does it with no help at all but the knowledge she learned as a young girl

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Island of the Blue Dolphins Movie Reviews

Beautiful inspiring movie for youngsters

This movie had a profound impact on me when I saw it as a child. The strength, resolve, and intelligence, as well as dealing with isolation, was so inspiring. I’ve drawn on it throughout my life to emulate the same when faced with difficulties. The bonding with the wild dog, unconditional love, devotion and encouragement was a gift from the creator of all life. Highly recommend for young kids.


I am biased, I suppose, as I got to be an extra in this movie which was filmed at Anchor Point, California. I was an Airman, stationed at the Point Arena Air Force Station. Us Air Force guys got into the act because the Universal production company was seeking local native Americans to play the part Indians in the movie. They were to play the part of poor, starving people but the local natives were of large stature, and they could not get a full compliment of Indians so they came to the Airbase and enlisted some of us poor,staving G.I.’s to be Indians. We met at Anchor Point, where we went into tents and were sprayed with brown stain, given dark, long haired wigs, and loincloth es. I have a picture standing next to the female lead, Celia Kaye. By gosh, I really looked like a native. I really enjoyed my experience as an extra as the production crew was ever so nice.

When the Aleut ship shot it’s cannon and blew up all the Indians, I wanted to be able to see myself from amongst all the other bodies, so I didn’t die instantly, as I was supposed to, but rose up on one elbow, before dying. This trick allowed me to see myself when I got to see the movie. I don’t think anyone noticed but me.

Many years later I got a chance to be an extra in Fire in the Sky, a story about an alien abduction. In this one I was a Doctor, and got about 15 seconds of film time, plus a 1/2 second full face shot. Another company, but still all very nice people. I have never worked in any job to this day that treated everybody so well and these people from Hollywood.

Don Timmons

Dillingham, Alaska

It’s been a long time.

I saw this film once when I was in 6th grade (over 3 years ago) as part of a class project. We were reading the book so my teacher brought this in to watch. Even though it’s been 3 years since I’ve seen it I’m ready to go back and review it. The story is of a young Native American Girl who was abandoned by her tribe (accidently) and left on her island. She befriend wolves and other wildlife as she makes her solitary life on the island for over 18 years until she was discovered. The film and book are both based on the real story of Juana Maria. The film’s acting is decent and the story id great so I can recommend it. It’s hard to find on DVD but it should still be available somewhere.