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
This movie has not been re-mastered or restored, so expect flickers and imperfections in the sound and picture quality due to the age of the original film.