Robinson Crusoe is a 1974 television film version of the story by Daniel Dafoe starring Stanley Baker in the title role. In the UK, it was first broadcast in the BBC's "Play of the Month" on 27 November 1974. In the USA it was broadcast on NBC.
Shooting took place on location at Tobago in the West Indies. Director James MacTaggart died of a heart attack shortly after filming and Stanley Baker died of cancer in 1976. The budget was £300,000.