A religious zealot and his nephew are thrown together on a South Seas Island with an alcoholic beach comber and a native dancer. A battle to see who will "civilize" whom ensues. Written by
Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
During the making of both this film and The Love Flower
(1920), filmed simultaneously in December 1919, D.W. Griffith
and his cast and crew experienced rough seas while sailing on the yacht The Grey Duck from Miami to Nassau. Two persons were washed overboard and were rescued, but there was no food for three days. See more