"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.
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.