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Flower of Hawaii (1933)
"Die Blume von Hawaii" (original title)

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Laya i.e. Susanne Lamond
Hans Fidesser ...
Lilo Taro
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Kapitän Harald Stone
Hans Junkermann ...
Gouverneur Harrison
Baby Gray ...
Bessy
Ernö Verebes ...
Buffy, Sekretär
Fritz Fischer ...
Jim Boy
Ferdinand Hart ...
Kanako Hilo
Eugen Rex ...
Kililo
Carl Auen ...
KapitänTaylor (as Karl Auen)
Georg John ...
Oberpriester von Hawaii
Herbert Washington
Thomas ül Kno-Ghambi
Alice Bindernagel
Claire Bäuerle
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21 March 1933 (Germany)  »

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My golden Baby
music: Paul Abraham
lyrics: Alfred Grünwald & Beda
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Poor Martha!
5 February 2015 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

I love Martha Eggerth films. "Die Blonde Carmen" is priceless, and so are several others which are currently on YouTube. But this one --- cringe inducing from the first frame to the last! From the hideous black-face number in Paris, through to the equally atrocious depiction of native Hawaiians, it's too abysmal to be believed! Her male partner in the film can't sing at all, but he doesn't let that stop him. The stereotypes, the imitation jazz, the sleazy costumes, the embarrassing second banana's shtick, the brainless plot ... But there's no point in going into detail here. If you want to see my personal candidate for the world's worst musical, then this is it. But don't say I didn't warn you!


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