Isle of Destiny
Isle of Destiny (aka Trouble Over the Pacific) is a 1940 American comedy adventure film set in the South Seas. The film was directed by Elmer Clifton and originally produced by Franklyn Warner for Grand National Pictures in 1939. Isle of Destiny was the only feature film filmed in the Cosmocolor process with prints by Cinecolor. Isle of Destiny stars William Gargan, Wallace Ford, June Lang and Gilbert Roland.
The glamorous heiress and daredevil pilot Virginia Allerton (June Lang) is test-flying her seaplane "The Lady Bird" after some modifications made by her mechanic Max Raft (Ted Osborne), also on the aircraft. They experience problems mid-air when they are caught in a tropical storm, and all the ships in the South Sea area are alerted to their distress.
|author||Arthur Hoerl Robert Lively|
|editor||Robert O. Crandall|
|keywords||bet blowgun distress call etienne girardot fly grant richards guam gun smuggling hand grenade harry woods help katherine demille marine corps plan poison save the day seaplane sergeant smuggle surround ted osborne trading post u.s. marine corps|
|productionCompany||Fine Arts Pictures Franklyn Warner Productions|
|publisher||RKO Radio Pictures|