Lost and Found on a South Sea Island
|Lost and Found on a South Sea Island|
|Directed by||Raoul Walsh|
|Produced by||Samuel Goldwyn|
|Written by||Paul Bern|
|Cinematography||Clyde De Vinna|
|Distributed by||Goldwyn Pictures|
|Running time||70 minutes|
Lost and Found on a South Sea Island is a 1923 drama film directed by Raoul Walsh and produced by Samuel Goldwyn. The movie was filmed on location in Tahiti and includes a nude scene involving a young woman bathing.
One reel from this film survives according to a recent biography on director Raoul Walsh. Likewise a foreign archive Cineteca Del Friuli, Germona, claims is said to have a full print.
Captain Blackbird (Peters) meets the beautiful Lorna (Starke) on the island Pago Pago. However, Lorna is promised to the evil Chief Waki. She and her lover Lloyd Warren (Moreno) beg the captain for help, but he refuses.
- House Peters - Captain Blackbird
- Pauline Starke - Lorna
- Antonio Moreno - Lloyd Warren
- Mary Jane Irving - Baby Madge
- Rosemary Theby - Madge
- George Siegmann - Faulke
- William V. Mong - Skinner
- Carl Harbaugh - Waki
- William Haines - Extra
- New York Times Review from the film
- Lost and Found on a South Sea Island in the Progressive Silent Film List at silentera.com
- Langman, Larry (1998). American Film Cycles: The Silent Era. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Publishing Group. p. xx. ISBN 0-313-30657-5.
- The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: Lost and Found on a South Sea Island
- Lost and Found on a South Sea Island at the Internet Movie Database
- Lost and Found on a South Sea Island at SilentEra
- Lost and Found on a South Sea Island at AllMovie
- Lost and Found on a South Sea Island at Virtual History
- Lantern slide to the film
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