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Hawaiian Love (1913)

A pretty Hawaiian girl is wooed by a sea captain who afterwards persuades her to marry him.




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Cast overview:
Virginia Brissac ...
James Dillon ...
Ray Hanford ...
The Chinaman


A native girl, Lahela, is beloved by Kalike; she suffers his embraces and he is content. The captain of a small trading vessel visits the planter and sees the girl, who appeals to him. He makes love to her and she finally agrees to marry him. The boat puts to sea and Kalike is broken-hearted. The captain abuses his crew and ill treats the poor girl he married. The crew decide to scuttle the ship and chop a hole in the bottom, they getting away in the only boat. The boat sinks, but the captain and his wife manage to get away on some wreckage. They come to the beach and the man seeks out a Chinese liquor keeper; he is tired of the woman and trades her for money to the Chinaman. She is seen by her old lover, who comes up, and. after a struggle with the Chinaman, he strangles him and takes the girl away. His mind is full of murder, and he seeks out the captain. The captain sees him and staggers back, thinking he sees an avenging angel. He falls over a cliff, paving the way of happiness ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama | Romance | Short





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12 May 1913 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Some good scenic effects to help it along
4 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

A story located in the Hawaiian Islands, with some good scenic effects to help along its none too strong plot. The captain of a trading vessel takes a native girl away from her Island lover. Their vessel is wrecked and they swim to shore. Later he sells the girl to a Chinaman. But a just fate awaits him as he falls from a cliff at the end. The photography in this might have been better in places. - The Moving Picture World, May 24, 1913

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