Two ghosts who were mistakenly branded as traitors during the Revolutionary War return to 20th century New England to retrieve a letter from George Washington which would prove their ... See full summary »
André Laurence accompanies his college roommate, Tenga, back to Tenga's Polynesian island home. There, André assumes the native life and, after many trials with the native customs and their suspicions, marries his friend's sister, Kalua. Their marriage is barren of children. A final blow to André comes with the eruption of a volcano, and the island's holy man, the Kahuna, decides that the volcano can only be appeased with the sacrifice of Kalua.Written by
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Filmed on the Big Island (Island of Hawaii) at Kalapana and Hilo. The color version film is still played regularly in downtown Hilo where it has always been a cult classic. This great movie is ever poignant where each night you can see the glow of the lava still flowing from Madam Pele's Kilauea Volcano. You never know when you will need another Debra Piaget to jump into the fiery lava and appease the goddess' wrath. Movies just don't get better than this! Aloha indeed!
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