A young girl's parents are killed on a tropical island, and the girl is raised and protected by the jungle animals. When she is found, as a grown woman, she is taken back to the United ... See full summary »
Two men searching for black pearls are marooned on an island when their crew mutinies. There they run into a beautiful girl who had been washed up on the island in her childhood. They must ... See full summary »
13 years before the movie opens, there was a dinner party, at which the 13th guest failed to show up. The master of the manner has died, and left the bulk of his estate to this 13th guest, ... See full summary »
J. Farrell MacDonald
Three sisters take their small inheritance and move from Kansas to California in search of rich husbands. To start with Pamela poses as a socialite and Moira and Elizabeth pretend to be her... See full summary »
A young girl's parents are killed on a tropical island, and the girl is raised and protected by the jungle animals. When she is found, as a grown woman, she is taken back to the United States to claim her inheritance. There are several people, with vested interests, who stand to gain something if she is shown not to be the missing heir. Written by
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One of over 700 Paramount productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since. See more »
I Saw this movie when I was about 6 years old and remember it and the song.
I remember the scene of the elephant crashing through the bamboo wall and falling to its death. I also remember the following: The song in the movie is also called "Beyond the Blue Horizon". Dorothy Lamour had a "pet" tiger. she told Jackra that the tiger would swim in the water with her, which he did not believe. Eventually in the movie, the tiger does swim in a pool with Miss Lamour and Jackra finally believes her. Also, in the movie they called the elephant "the block".
Recently I was reminded of this movie while I was watching a TV program called "Raising the Mammoth". In this true story program, they show an expedition that has found a mammoth frozen in the ice and are attempting to dig it out. They referred to the mammoth as "the block". I was wondering if the word "block" refers specifically to a mammoth or other prehistoric elephant/mastodon, etc.
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