Adventure Island

Adventure Island

Adventure Island is a 1947 American South Seas action/adventure film shot in Cinecolor and directed by Sam Newfield (using the pseudonym Peter Stewart) for Paramount Pictures' Pine-Thomas Productions. This marked one of the few times in which Newfield worked for a major studio. The film stars Rory Calhoun and Rhonda Fleming.


Three sailors and a woman roam an island ruled by a deadly tyrant.

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    contentLocation Insular Oceania
    director Sam Newfield
    editor Howard A. Smith
    genre action adventure comedy
    musicBy Darrell Calker
    producer William C. Thomas William H. Pine
    productionCompany Pine-Thomas Productions
    publisher Paramount Pictures
    theme action comedy