Island of Lost Women
Island of Lost Women is a 1959 independently made black-and-white castaways melodrama, produced by George C. Bertholon, Albert J. Cohen, and Alan Ladd, that was directed by Frank Tuttle and released by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film stars Jeff Richards, Venetia Stevenson, John Smith, Alan Napier, Diane Jergens, and June Blair. The film's storyline borrows details from Shakespeare's The Tempest and more contemporaneously the 1956 science fiction film Forbidden Planet.
Mark Bradley (Richards) is a radio commentator whose pilot, Joe Walker (Smith), is flying him across the South Pacific to a conference in Australia.
|author||Prescott Chaplin Ray Buffum|
|genre||adventure drama science fiction|
|keywords||fly forced landing land on the beach pacific ocean radio broadcast short wave radio south pacific uncharted|
|producer||Alan Ladd Albert J. Cohen George C. Bertholon|