Isle of Sunken Gold
|Isle of Sunken Gold|
|Directed by||Harry S. Webb|
|Produced by||Nat Levine|
|Distributed by||Mascot Pictures|
Isle of Sunken Gold is a 1927 American silent adventure film serial directed by Harry S. Webb. The film was long considered to be lost, however, chapters 4, 5, and 6 and reel 1 of chapter 7 were recently discovered in a European archive and retranslated back into English.
A ship captain gets a hold of half of a map leading to a treasure buried on an island in the South Seas. The ruler of the island, a beautiful princess, has the other half of the map, and the two join forces to battle a gang of pirates and a group of islanders who don't want anyone to get the treasure.
- Anita Stewart as Princess Kala of Tafofu
- Duke Kahanamoku
- Bruce Gordon as Tod Lorre, captain of the Roamer
- Evangeline Russell
- Curtis 'Snowball' McHenry as "Possum"
- Jack P. Pierce (as John Pierce)
- Vincente Howard
- Emmett Wagner
- Jay J. Bryan
- Alfred Sabato
- K. Nambu
- Kong, the Devil-ape
- "Progressive Silent Film List: Isle of Sunken Gold". Silent Era. Retrieved 2008-02-17.
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