The Drums of Tabu
|The Drums of Tabu|
VHS cover for 'The Drums of Tabu'
|Directed by||Javier Setó|
|Produced by||Sidney W. Pink|
|Written by||Javier Setó
|Music by||Gregorio García Segura|
|Editing by||Antonio Ramírez|
|Distributed by||Troma Entertainment|
|Running time||89 minutes|
The Drums of Tabu (also known as Fugitivos de las islas del sur and Tabu: le vergini di Samoa) is a 1966 adventure film directed by Javier Setó and produced by Sidney W. Pink. The story follows a drunk who discovers a Samoan princess washed up on the shore of a beach.
The film was distributed in America by Troma Entertainment.
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