Love Island is a 1952 American film directed by Bud Pollard starring Paul Valentine and Eva Gabor. Originally released in Cinecolor, the film uses extensive footage taken in Bali used from the film Legong: Dance of the Virgins (1935). It was the final directorial effort of Bud Pollard who had previously directed several race films and exploitation films.
US Navigator Lt Taber relates the account of his parachuting from his damaged plane onto the island of Tuba Tara ("Love Island" in English). He falls in love with one of the local beauties and fights for her.