A secret map launches a treasure hunt across the universe for young Jim Hawkins and a cosmic crew headed by the Captain Amelia. Aboard a glittering space galleon, cabin boy Jim meets the ship’s cyborg cook, John Silver, who teaches him the value of friendship and the power of dreams. Jim teams up with his new robot pal, B.E.N., and the shape-shifting Morph to battle a supernova, a black hole, and a powerful space storm. On the way to finding the treasure, Jim finds out that one of his friends has mutiny in mind. This was the first major studio feature to be released in commercial and IMAX theaters simultaneously.

Length: 95:00

Film Details

  • Year Released: 2002
  • Date Released:
    November 2002
  • Alternate Titles:
  • Status: Inactive
  • 3D: No
  • Run Time: >50
  • Formats: 15/70
  • Distributor:

    Buena Vista Pictures

  • Produced By:
    Walt Disney Motion Pictures Co.
  • Executive Producer:
  • Producer: Ron Clements, Roy Conli, John Musker
  • Director:  Ron Clements, John Musker
  • Associate Producer: 
  • Writer:  Story by Ron Clements, Ted Elliot, John Musker, Terry Rossio. Screenplay by Ron Clements, John Musker, Rob Edwards.
  • Cinematography:
  • Sound Editor: 
  • Visual Effects:
  • Music/Score:  James Newton Howard
  • Editor: Michael Kelly
  • Narrator:
  • Other Credits: Voices by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Brian Murray, David Hyde Pierce, Martin Short, Emma Thompson
  • Sponsors:


  • Animation
  • Drama
  • Fantasy
  • Reformatted



Film Facts

Treasure Planet was the first film to open simultaneously in 35mm and giant screen versions.