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