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These movies have not been re-mastered or restored, so expect flickers and imperfections in the sound and picture quality due to the age of the original films.  Private collectors and independent companies have preserved and made available these titles to perpetuate the genre of South Seas motion pictures and to share the pleasure of experiencing these vintage images of paradise.  
All movies on this page have been recorded on DVD-R discs.

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FLAME OF THE PACIFIC: A LEGEND OF PELE DVD
FLAME OF THE PACIFIC: A LEGEND OF PELE DVD
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“Adapted from the legends of Pele and produced in the Isles of Paradise, this tale is handed down through generations by the Polynesians”. So begins this 1934 tale of love and courtship in the South Seas, set amidst idyllic island scenes of daily life; a courtship that is interrupted by the intervention of Pele, fire goddess of the Kilauea volcano.
As an old woman, Pele is filled with evil desire for the handsome island chief and transforms herself into a beautiful young girl to seduce him. But the chief already has a sweetheart: the lovely Lani, who dances her sensuous “Hula of the Flower” for her beloved to the strains of the steel guitar. Not to be outdone by her rival, Pele dons a grass skirt to compete for the chief’s affection. When the chief chooses Lani, jealous Pele seeks revenge. (26 minutes)
Also includes the cartoon "BETTY BOOP’S BAMBOO ISLE": Betty and her pal Bimbo are shipwrecked on a tropical island where Bimbo is mistaken for a king. Includes a hula performance by The Royal Samoans, that Betty dances exactly the same later in the program. (8 minutes)
MOANA OF THE SOUTH SEAS VHS DVD MOVIE
MOANA A ROMANCE OF THE SOUTH SEAS DVD MOVIE
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      Legendary film director Robert Flaherty’s 1926 utopian vision of the Polynesian customs, daily life, and coming of age ceremonies that center around Moana, a Samoan youth and his family. Beautiful artistic filming on location in the Samoan Islands with local native islanders give the film its authentic idyllic quality.
     Moana, his brother Pe’a, and his betrothed Fa’angase gather food for the village feast in tall coconut trees and lush taro fields until they are interrupted by a charging boar, that they subsequently capture. Their spear fishing is viewed through crystalline waters where a huge sea turtle is wrestled into their canoe amidst crashing waves. Back in the Village, mulberry bark has been gathered to pound into tapa cloth, food is being prepared, and fires are started with coconut shells. After a kava ceremony, the elders and the tufunga (tattooer) prepare Moana for the painful tattooing ritual he must endure. He is then anointed with oil to perform the lively Siva dance of betrothal with Fa’angase. 
Silent with background music - 1926 - black & white - 65 minutes
HELL'S HALF ACRE DVD MOVIE
HELL'S HALF ACRE DVD MOVIE
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     A woman (Evelyn Keyes) whose husband was lost on the Arizona during the bombing of Pearl Harbor, hears that he is actually the owner of The Polynesian Paradise, a nightclub in Hawaii, and that he has been imprisoned for killing a crime lord.  To find out if it actually is him, she arrives in Honolulu where her guide to local culture is a dotty cabdriver (Elsa Lanchester).  The police chief arranges for her to see the mystery man (Wendell Corey), but when the prisoner learns that his current girlfriend (Nancy Gates) has been murdered, he escapes.  As he searches for his girlfriend's killer, the wife searches for him in the bad part of Honolulu known as Hell's Half Acre, where she finds herself in the middle of an underworld power struggle of blackmail and violence.
     On location filming in Hawaii at Don the Beachcomber’s (who served as technical advisor on the film), Nu’uanu Pali, River Street, etc. gives this classic film noir realism and authenticity. There are also scenes of authentic local hula dancers and The Kaumakapili Choir singing “Polynesian Rhapsody”.
Starring: Wendell Corey, Evelyn Keyes, Elsa Lanchester, Nancy Gates, Marie Windsor - 1954 - black and white - 93 minutes
OUTCAST OF THE ISLANDS DVD Movie
OUTCAST OF THE ISLANDS DVD MOVIE
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     Cultures clash in this adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s tale of sex, race, and imperialism. Trevor Howard delivers an amazing performance as a morally compromised British expatriate, who finds himself stranded on a remote Indian Ocean trading outpost. He becomes enthralled with native girl Aissa (exotic Algerian-born actress Kerima), the daughter of the local chieftain, but he soon finds his lust is turned against him by an Arab trader and a crafty local.
     Partially filmed on location in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), the stunning cinematography captures haunting images of daily tropical life, boats skimming across the water, local natives intently watching the white traders and hypnotizing rainstorms.
Starring: Ralph Richardson, Trevor Howard, Kerima, Wendy Hiller - 1952 - black and white - 95 minutes
HONOLULU LU DVD MOVIE
HONOLULU LU DVD MOVIE
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    Lupe Velez ("The Mexican Spitfire") plays Consuelo, a headstrong girl trying to reform her con man uncle, who is posing as a wealthy tourist in Hawaii. A local woman takes Consuelo under her wing and helps her get a job at the Blue Chip Cabaret. Using the name Lu, she sings, dances and does comedy impressions for the audience of enthusiastic sailors. They enter Lu in the Miss Honolulu contest, but her Uncle has also entered her as his high society niece Consuelo. In the meantime the Uncle is recognized from a previous swindle and he convinces local authorities that Lu is an international spy. Lupe sings and dances hula to the title song "Honolulu Lulu" and performs "That's the Kind of Work I Do".

Starring: Lupe Velez, Bruce Bennett, Leo Carrillo, Marjorie Gateson, Don Beddoe, Forrest Tucker, and Nina Campana
1941 - Black & White - 68 minutes
IDOL DANCER DVD
IDOL DANCER DVD MOVIE
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    On an isolated South Sea island, an alcoholic beachcomber washes up on shore, and the invalid nephew of the local missionary also arrives from New England. Both men fall in love with the vivacious White Almond Flower: a grass-skirted Island girl who refuses the modest muumuu she is encouraged to wear. The men are enraptured as they watch her perform native dances in front of her pagan tiki idol. All are put in danger when a vicious slave trader arrives with a tribe of cannibal headhunters tracking down an escaped native. Directed by film legend D. W. Griffith.
Starring: Richard Barthelmess, Clarine Seymore, Creighton Hale, George MacQuarrie
1920 - black and white - silent with music and subtitles - 91 minutes
TYPHOON DVD MOVIE
TYPHOON DVD MOVIE
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    Two sailors searching for pearls are marooned on a south sea island when their crew mutinies.  They discover a beautiful sarong-clad girl named Dea (Dorothy Lamour) who has been living there in isolation since she washed up on the shore after a storm ten years earlier.  With the help of her chimp Coco, she has created a comfortable existence for herself, complete with a cozy tree house.  Love blossoms as Dorothy sings "Palms of Paradise".  But soon the cutthroat crew returns and the castaways must fight angry natives and the powerful forces of nature.
     Set on a small island near Dutch Guinea, this film received a Best Special Effects academy award nomination for its spectacular forest fore, tidal wave, and climactic typhoon scenes.
Starring: Dorothy Lamour, Robert Preston, Lynne Overman, Al Kikume, Chief Thundercloud
1940 - Widescreen Format - COLOR - 71 minutes
PARADISE ISLAND DVD MOVIE
PARADISE ISLAND DVD MOVIE - SALE
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      On a sleepy tropical island filled with languid sarong-clad wahines, grass shacks and guitar-strumming natives, the owner of the "Tonga Gardens” bar keeps everyone under his control through gambling, liquor and loose women. This includes Roy, a local plantation owner, whose cultured fiancee Ellen has just arrived planning to get married. When she finds out her betrothed is habitually drunk and owes huge gambling debts, she postpones the wedding. As she tries to reform her intended, the greedy barkeep sets his sights on her. A handsome skipper then sails into the harbor looking for pearls singing “A Girl in Every Port”, and he also takes an interest in Ellen.  With the three men at odds over the same girl and gambling debts, a poker game ensues for the plantation, pearls and Ellen. Poppi, the seductive island temptress, further complicates the situation.
     Cast:  Kenneth Harlan, Marceline Day, Thomas Santaschi, Paul Hurst, Will Stanton, Betty Boyd
1930 - black and white - 68 minutes
THE BLACK CAMEL / CHARLIE CHAN DVD MOVIE
CHARLIE CHAN in THE BLACK CAMEL DVD MOVIE - SALE
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     Legendary Honolulu police detective Charlie Chan is called in to solve the murder of a Hollywood, who is found dead in her beach-front pavilion while in Waikiki making a film. A famous visiting psychic, whom the actress consulted about her wealthy boyfriend’s proposal of marriage, is the number one suspect. The psychic is also linked to the unsolved murder of another Hollywood actor three years earlier.  Chan tells the suspects “Death is the black camel that kneels unbidden at every gate. Tonight black camel knelt here.”  The film begins with travelogue-type footage of Hawaii and includes location shots at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel (exterior and interior), Waikiki Beach, Kailua Beach, Diamond Head, and Punchbowl.
Cast: Warner Oland, Sally Eilers, Bela Lugosi, Robert Young, Violet Dunn
1932 - black and white - 67 minutes
LURE OF THE ISLANDS DVD MOVIE
LURE OF THE ISLANDS DVD MOVIE
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     Fabled burlesque stripper Margie Hart made her film debut in this World War II South Seas feature that mixes intrigue, comedy, and sexual innuendo. 
The FBI suspects that the Pacific island of Tanukai is being used by Nazis to link up with the Japanese, so two American agents are sent in to investigate. Posing as shipwreck survivors, the men befriend two beautiful island girls who can help them figure out who‘s in league with the enemy. But the girls just want to get married and go to New York. Hula dancing, luaus and Hawaiian music entertain them when they’re not chasing spies. Songs include: “Lure of the Islands” and “Tahiti Sweetie”
Cast: Margie Hart, Robert Lowery, Gale Storm, Big Boy Williams, The Bray Sisters - 1942 - black and white - 61 minutes
MOONLIGHT IN HAWAII DVD MOVIE
MOONLIGHT IN HAWAII DVD MOVIE
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      A snappy swing quartet who are looking for someone to sponsor their radio show, try to make ends meet by being tour guides in Hawaii.  The wealthy woman and her nieces that they are escorting put them in touch with a pineapple grower and his cannery owner partner who may be able to finance their show.  Romance and feuds develop.
     Lots of musical numbers including “Moonlight in Hawaii“, “One Finger Two Finger Three Finger Poi“, and “Hawaiian War Chant“. Hula dancers at a luau perform “Lovely Hula Hands“, and more.
Cast: Leon Errol, Johnny Downs, Jane Frazee, Maria Montez, The Merry Macs
1941 - black and white - 60 minutes
GIRL OF THE PORT DVD MOVIE
GIRL OF THE PORT DVD MOVIE
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     Josie (Sally O‘Neill), a New York showgirl with a mind of her own and a heart of gold, finds herself stranded on the island of Fiji.  While seeking a way home she is befriended by a local man (legendary Olympic swimmer Duke Kahanamoku) who gets her a job working as a barmaid at “The Bamboo Bar”.  There she meets an alcoholic World War I veteran (Reginald Sharland) who is haunted by his wartime experiences and has an irrational fear of fire.  Under her concerned care, he begins to recover and they fall in love.  But then her jealous self-appointed boyfriend (Mitchell Lewis) forces the veteran to participate in a traditional Fijian fire-walking ritual.  To overcome his terror he must walk across 20 feet of burning coals and fight his rival to reach Josie’s loving arms . 
Starring: Sally O’Neill, Reginald Sharland, Mitchell Lewis, Duke Kahanamoku, Renee Macready - 1930 - black and white - 65 minutes
SONG OF THE SARONG DVD MOVIE
SONG OF THE SARONG DVD MOVIE
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     A happy-go-lucky fellow with two accomplices and a knack for singing, takes on a job to fly to an exotic south sea island and steal a fortune in pearls.  Upon arrival he finds that the pearls are in the Temple of the Sky Goddess and are guarded by fierce natives.  While trying to figure out a plan, he is chosen as the beloved of the island’s beautiful princess during her “Song of the Sarong” and sensuous “Gardenia Dance” ceremony.  But can she save him from being burned at the stake when he is caught with his hand in the pearl jar?
     Lots of sarong-clad wahines in Hollywood style fantasy hulas and drum dances, plus singing and comedy.  Songs include: "Pied Pipers from Swingtown", "Ridin‘ on the Crest of a Cloud", "Camptown Races", "Island of the Moon" and the signature song "Lovely Luana".
Starring: Nancy Kelly, William Gargan, Eddie Quillan, Fuzzy Knight, George Dolenz, Al Kikume - 1945 - black and white - 64 minutes
DRUMS OF TAHITI DVD MOVIE
DRUMS OF TAHITI DVD MOVIE
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     In 1877 Queen Pomare and the Tahitians secretly plan to revolt against France, aided by Britain and American saloon owner/gun runner Mike Macklin.  He creates a cover story of getting married so he can sail to San Francisco for rifles.  The local police chief is suspicious and insists on coming along to be the best man, so Mike has to enlist the help of gold-digging showgirl Wanda to play along with the sham marriage, though he doesn't tell her why.  The couple sails back to the volcanic island of Kiloha with the smuggled guns where, Mikes girlfriend, the very curvaceous native dancer Mawaii, brings him a message about the pending rebellion.  There's a hurricane coming, the volcano is erupting, and Mike must choose between his new wife and Mawaii.
   Starring: Dennis O'Keefe, Sylvia Lewis, Patricia Medina, George Keymas, Francis L. Sullivan
1954 - Color - 69 minutes
CALL OF THE SOUTH SEAS DVD MOVIE
CALL OF THE SOUTH SEAS DVD MOVIE
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     On a remote tropical isle, the local gathering place is a bamboo bar where beautiful girls serve drinks and perform exotic hula dances wearing grass skirts and sarongs. Meeting there is an unscrupulous gang of crooks when an FBI agent shows up disguised as a drunken beachcomber prepared to infiltrate the crime ring. With native drums pounding out a tribal rhythm, the island’s lovely Princess Tahia falls in love with the beachcomber. She tells him the legend of the volcano god Po who was banished to the bottom of the sea, where his anger is causing underwater explosions. Experience the moonlight romance, intrigue, bar room brawls, comedy, motorboat chases, steel guitar music and island dancing!  
Cast: Janet Martin, Allan Lane, Adele Mara, Roy Barcroft, William Henry, Santini Puailoa
1944  - black & white - 58 minutes
MR ROBINSON CRUSOE DVD MOVIE - SALE
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     A yachtsman (Douglas Fairbanks) makes a bet with his friends that he and his dog can survive on a remote deserted island without any tools or weapons and he swims to shore to prove it.  With the help of some islands animals and remarkable ingenuity, the ever-cheerful energetic castaway thrives in his new environment.  He builds a very comfortable hut, a coconut radio, bamboo golf clubs and all manner of gadgets using only local  materials.  But then things get complicated when a beautiful grass skirted bride-to-be (Maria Alba) arrives from a neighboring island with her betrothed and his entire tribe in hot pursuit.
Filmed on location in Tahiti, Fiji, and Samoa.  One of the first "talkie" films of the time.
Starring:  Douglas Fairbanks, William Farnum, Maria Alba - 1932 - black and white - 70 minutes
WHITE SHADOWS IN THE SOUTH SEAS DVD MOVIE
WHITE SHADOWS IN THE SOUTH SEAS DVD MOVIE
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      When pearls are discovered in the pristine waters of the south seas, an unscrupulous trader quickly moves in and takes advantage of the innocent islanders. They quickly adopt the unfortunate habits of civilization and are transformed into slaves of commercialism as they risk their lives to harvest the pearls. When an outspoken alcoholic doctor attempts to thwart the trader, the doctor is set adrift in a derelict boat, caught in a typhoon, and washes ashore on an idyllic island as yet untouched by the "white shadows" of greed. He falls in love with Fayaway, the chief’s daughter and is rejuvenated by the untouched environment and purity of the people who embrace him. But the corruption of civilization is too close for his paradise to last long.
     Beautifully filmed on location in Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands with native islanders in authentic scenes of pearl diving, dancing, food preparation, feasting, etc. Partially directed by Robert Flaherty ("Tabu", "Moana"). Winner of the Academy Award for Best Cinematography and one of the first films with a pre-recorded musical soundtrack.
Starring: Raquel Torres, Monte Blue, and Robert Anderson - black & white - 1929 - 84 minutes
BIRD OF PARADISE 1951 DVD MOVIE
BIRD OF PARADISE 1951 DVD MOVIE
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This lost technicolor film has never before been released on DVD or video and is one of the most sought-after titles by collectors and Hawaiian film buffs.
     [1951 - Louis Jourdan, Debra Paget, Jeff Chandler, Prince Lei Lani - Technicolor - 118 minutes]  A 19th century Polynesian chief's son returns home with a civilization-weary French college friend. The Frenchman falls in love and marries the chief's daughter Kalua against the wishes of the local kahuna, but soon she must be sacrificed to the erupting volcano. 
     Beautifully filmed on location in various sites throughout Hawaii, Oahu and Kauai including the Shipman Estate in Puna, the black sand beaches of Kaimua and Kalapana, the City of Refuge, Waikiki, Hanalei Bay and Coco Palms, plus actual footage from the 1950 Mauna Loa volcano eruption. This movie featured over 200 local Hawaiians, authentic hula choreography by the legendary Iolani Luahine, natives chants by Mama Bray, hula dancing by Mary Ann Ventura and numerous locals, classic scenes of surfing, canoeing and firewalking, and of course the classic hula number "The Love song of Kalua" danced by Debra Paget.  
     Also included is a  Betty Boop cartoon and the original theatrical trailer.
TIKO AND THE SHARK / BEYOND THE REEF DVD Double Feature MOVIE
TIKO AND THE SHARK / BEYOND THE REEF DVD Double Feature MOVIE
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  Tiko and the Shark  [1963 - Al Kauwe, Marlene Among - sepia-toned - 107 minutes]  Filmed in French Polynesia with a Hawaiian cast, the story revolves around the adventures and romances of a young Polynesian boy as he grows up.  As a child he raises and trains a baby shark as a pet, which he shares with his island playmate Diana.  After a decade the three are reunited, but the world has changed: Tiko and Diana have become adults; the shark has become a dangerous man-eater; and civilization has encroached on the tropical island.
  Beyond the Reef Sharkboy of Bora Bora  [1980 - Dayton Ka'Ne, Maren Jensen, Keahi Farden, Kathleen Swan, Jason Robards - color - 87 minutes]  This is the story of a boy who befriends and speaks to the great spirit that lives inside an infant shark, which becomes his protector, and the native girl who is his childhood love.  After ten years in America the girl returns, but things have changed. When money-hungry prospectors seek to pillage Bora Bora's black pearl beds, the young boy has no choice but to unleash the fury of his bloodthirsty pet on those who seek to destroy his homeland.  Beautifully filmed on the island of Bora Bora with breathtaking underwater scenes and topless (but tasteful) Tahitian dancers.
     Also includes a Bugs Bunny cartoon and theatrical trailers.  Plain disc: DVD-R
ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS/BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON DVD Double  Feature MOVIE
ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS / BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON DVD Double Feature MOVIE
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These two classic South Sea films feature beautiful "sarong girl" Dorothy Lamour, who made the sarong an international fashion statement.
  Aloma of the South Seas  [1941 - Dorothy Lamour - Jon Hall - Technicolor - 77 minutes]  Two Polynesian children are betrothed by their island chief fathers, but grow apart when the boy is sent abroad to school.  He is much changed when he returns home after his father's death years later.  He eventually realizes he still loves the girl, but her jealous boyfriend tries to take over the island and then the volcano erupts.  This movie features great scenes of classic luaus, giant Moai style statues, tropical locals, and music by the legendary Augie Goupil & his Royal Tahitians. It received Academy Award nominations for color cinematography, special effects, and sound recording.  
  Beyond the Blue Horizon  [1942 - Dorothy Lamour, Richard Denning, Jack Haley - 73 minutes ]  A woman who has been stranded on an isolated island when her parents were killed by rampaging elephants is rescued and brought back to San Francisco to claim her inheritance. When questions are raised about her authenticity she leads a safari back to the island.
  This double feature also includes a vintage cartoon and movie trailers.  Plain disc: DVD-R
ON THE ISLE OF SAMOA / SOUTH OF PAGO PAGO DVD
ON THE ISLE OF SAMOA / SOUTH OF PAGO PAGO DVD Double Feature MOVIE
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"Under the Tropic Samoan Moon...Savage Combat...Savage Love.. Mightly Thrills!"
  On the Isle of Samoa  [1950 - Jon Hall, Susan Cabot, Al Kikume, Raymond Greenleaf - black & white - 72 minutes] Fleeing from police with stolen cash and a stolen plane, an ex-flyer crashes on an uncharted Samoan island, where he is befriended by a selfless missionary. He is obsessed with returning to civilization, even though the beautiful sarong-clad island princess, Moana is in love with him. Includes native dancing and a volcanic eruption.
  South of Pago Pago [1940 - Frances Farmer, Jon Hall, Ray Mala - black & white - 97 minutes] A cut-throat gang accompanies a blonde hostess to an uncharted island to steal pearls. The chief's son forsakes his betrothed for the haole hostess, who pretends to love him. Includes background shots of the Kona Coast and the Kalapana black sand beaches, Hawaiian and Tahitian dancing, as well as Hawaiian musicians Sam Koki and Lani McIntire.
  This classic double feature also includes a cartoon and vintage movie clips.
SOUTH OF TAHITI / THE TUTTLES OF TAHITI DVD Double Feature MOVIE
SOUTH OF TAHITI / THE TUTTLES OF TAHITI DVD Double Feature MOVIE
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  South of Tahiti  [1941 - Maria Montez, Broderick Crawford, Andy Devine, Brian Donlevy, Armida - black & white - 73 minutes]  An airplane crashes on an uncharted pacific Island, south of Tahiti.  Three men survive, and one falls in love with a beautiful native girl.  She is the daughter of the tribe's leader and may inherit the throne after the tragic death of her brother. Filled with island girls in skimpy sarongs and includes an exotic fan dance.  
  The Tuttles of Tahiti  [1942 - Jon Hall, Charles Laughton, Mala, Peggy Drake - black & white - 91 minutes]  The Tuttles, a partially native family, are plagued by an aversion to work, but that doesn't stop them from practicing an "eat, drink and be merry" attitude.  To finance their lifestyle they borrow with no thought of their increasing debt.  As part of an ongoing rivalry with another family, the Tuttles bet everything they have on an ill-fated cockfight. 
     This double feature also includes 2 cartoons and movie trailers.  Plain disc: DVD-R
JUNGLE PRINCESS / HER JUNGLE LOVE DVD Double Feature MOVIE
JUNGLE PRINCESS / HER JUNGLE LOVE DVD Double Feature MOVIE
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These two classic films feature beautiful "sarong girl" Dorothy Lamour, who made the sarong an international fashion statement.
  Jungle Princess  [1936 - Dorothy Lamour - Ray Milland - Mala - Black & White]  A big game hunter (Ray Milland) is in Malaysia with his fiancee and her father, capturing wild animals. While out hunting, he is attacked by a tiger and his native guides run away, leaving him for dead. But the tiger is the pet of Ulah (Dorothy Lamour), a beautiful young woman who grew up by herself in the jungle. With the help of her pet chimp, she rescues the hunter and takes him back to her cave where she nurses him to health and falls in love with him.  (85 minutes)
  Her Jungle Love  [1938 - Dorothy Lamour - Ray Milland - Technicolor]  Sarong-clad Dorothy Lamour made her Technicolor debut in this follow-up to her earlier movie "Jungle Princess". After crash-landing on a tropic island, an aviator named Bob and his mechanic Jimmy make the acquaintance of the lovely Tura (Lamour). While Bob enthusiastically teaches Tura how to kiss, Jimmy tangles with comic-relief chimpanzee Gaga and playful tiger cub Meewa. The villain of the piece is megalomanic witch doctor who hypnotizes Tura into assisting him with his human sacrifices to the crocodile god. Just as Bob, Jimmy and Tura are about to meet their doom at the hands of the witch doctor, a timely volcanic eruption saves the day.  (81 minutes)
  This double feature also includes a rare Betty Boop cartoon and movie trailers.
A DOUBLE FEATURE OF CLARA BOW HULA/MY LADY OF WHIMS
HULA / MY LADY OF WHIMS - CLARA BOW DVD Double Feature MOVIE
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  HULA  [1927 - Clara Bow, Clive Brook, Duke Kahanamoku - sepia-toned - silent with music and subtitles - 63 minutes]  Based on Armine Von Tempski's novel about a vivacious "it" girl of the roaring 20's raised on a ranch near Hana in Hawaii.  She is the idealized "flapper"; a woman who remains true to herself amid her artificial, irresponsible friends and family.  She ignores the standards others set and swims in the nude, does her own style of hula dancing in a grass skirt, and sets her sights on a married man. 
  MY LADY OF WHIMS  [1925 - silent - 60 minutes]
 
WHITE SAVAGE / COBRA WOMAN DVD Double Freature MOVIE
WHITE SAVAGE / COBRA WOMAN DVD Double Feature MOVIE
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  White Savage  [1943 - Maria Montez - Jon Hall - Sabu - Sidney Toler - Turhan Bey - Technicolor]  Far away in the enchanted fantasy South Seas (where only Hollywood could find it) is the idyllic Temple Island, ruled by the beautiful Princess Tahia.  Romance ensues between a shark fisherman (Hall) and the Princess, but she believes he is only looking for a way to steal the golden treasure located at the bottom of the temple's sacred pool, and she banishes him.  Meanwhile crooked traders are conspiring to get the treasure and the temple's god is angered.  The fisherman tries to escape from his prison with the help of the comedic, but heroic temple boy (Sabu). Includes exotic stylized drum dancing, lots of sarong-clad girls and great earthquake scenes.  (67 minutes)
  Cobra Woman  [1944 - Maria Montez - Jon Hall - Sabu - Lon Chaney Jr. - Technicolor]   On the eve of her wedding to Ramu (Hall), the beautiful Tollea (Montez) is spirited away from her tranquil South Sea island to the mysterious, forbidden place of her birth, Cobra Island. Ramu follows with his young-but-not-too-bright friend Kado (Sabu) and their chimp Coco.  Tollea has an evil twin (also played by Montez) who has taken control of the island and must be deposed. This deliciously campy film features pits of snakes, incredible costumes, exotic snake dances and erupting volcanoes.  (77 minutes)
     Also includes 17 minutes of vintage movie trailers.  Plain disc: DVD-R
   
 
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