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Bird of Paradise (1932) was a Adventure - Romance Film directed by King Vidor and produced by King Vidor and David O. Selznick.

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Bird of Paradise (1932)

By Angela on Nov 28, 2012 From Hollywood Revue

While sailing on a yacht in the South Seas, Johnny Baker (Joel McCrea) and his friends meet a bunch of natives while sailing close to their island.? But when Johnny sees a shark swimming nearby, he tries to catch it, and is pulled overboard.? Luckily for him, a beautiful native girl named Luana (Dol... Read full article

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A sequel entitled "Green Mansions" was planned, which was to feature the same leads and creative team, but that project was scrapped due to bad receipts for this film.
The native village huts were later reused for the inhabitants of Skull Island in RKO's classic King Kong.
King Vidor originally took his cast and crew to Hawaii to shoot exteriors. After numerous technical problems, the weather took a turn for the worst, so hopes of shooting the picture in authentic locations was never realized.
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