The Hurricane

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The Hurricane

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The Hurricane

Release Date: November 09, 1937

Year    :   1937
Slogan    :   «South Sea Adventure Calls»
Genres    :   Action, Adventure, Drama, Romance
Production Companies    :   Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Director    :   John Ford
Producers    :   Samuel Goldwyn, Merritt Hulburd
Writers    :   Ben Hecht, Dudley Nichols, Charles Nordhoff, James Norman Hall, Oliver H.P. Garrett
RunTime    :   110 mins.
Budget    :   2000000

In the colonial era, island native Terangi (Jon Hall) spends a blissful honeymoon with his bride, Marama (Dorothy Lamour). Soon after, however, their relationship is torn asunder when Terangi is sent to prison for punching a prejudiced white man. Prominent members of the community -- including the governor's wife, Mme. De Laage (Mary Astor), petition the governor for clemency, but he refuses to budge. However, all pretense of law and order are soon shattered by an incoming tropical storm.




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