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Song of the Sarong (1945)

Approved | | Action, Comedy, Music | 1 April 1945 (USA)
An adventurer is promised $1 million if he can recover a fortune in pearls, but they are guarded by a tribe of fierce natives.

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Sharon
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Drew Allen
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Tony Romans
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Pete McGillicutty
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Kalo
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Captain William Reemis
Mariska Aldrich ...
Mabu
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Cyrus P. Adams
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Larry Keating aka Potter
Robert Barron ...
Jolo (as Bob Barron)
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An adventurer is promised $1 million if he can recover a fortune in pearls, but they are guarded by a tribe of fierce natives.

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A MUSICAL TREASURE OF TROPICAL PLEASURE! (original print ad-all caps) See more »


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1 April 1945 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

O Templo das Pérolas  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Larry Keating's first film. See more »

Connections

Edited from Pardon My Sarong (1942) See more »

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Pied Pipers From Swingtown
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Written by Jack Brooks
Sung by Fuzzy Knight and Eddie Quillan
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A pleasant time waster

As I often say for this kind of rare material from the forties, this is rather good stuff, entertaining enough to keep you awake, preventing you from switching the TV set button off. Jungle, treasure search, wild natives, beautiful gals, enchanting songs from the islands, nothing really new here, except maybe lots of charm and nostalgia for this lost cinema. So useless to spend your lifetime to purchase it, unless you are a very dedicated gem searcher, a true moviemaniac...

I received this DVD without asking for it. It was there, among a batch of other items. I guess this was the kind of stuff which was shown to the GI's from Europe and the Pacific, back in 1945. Enternainment for the troops. Nothing more.

But if you get it, Watch this feature, just for the fun. Don't throw it in the garbage can, as I would do with the new TRANSFORMERS crap. Another time, another waste.


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