ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS (1926)

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ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS (1926)

PostSat Dec 17, 2016 10:09 pm

Looking at stills and hearing the lovely theme, I was wondering if any of this film had turned up at all.

And on a different tack, what about the British AROMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS from 1931? [it seems the Mutt and Jeff cartoon from 1926 is extant]
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Re: ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS (1926)

PostSun Dec 18, 2016 4:22 am

The 1926 Tourneur is lost.
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Re: ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS (1926)

PostTue Dec 20, 2016 12:38 pm

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A trimmed lobby card from my collection.

As "Ann Harding" says, it is definitely lost.
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Re: ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS (1926)

PostTue Dec 20, 2016 12:47 pm

A dreadful shame, but as with TOO MUCH JOHNSON and SHERLOCK HOLMES, one must never give up. I have the tie-in novel with stills to be going on with...
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Re: ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS (1926)

PostFri Dec 23, 2016 2:05 am

The 1931 Aroma of the South Seas(1931, Gainsborough) with Wallace Lupino & Reginald Gardiner is a lost film, it appears.
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Re: ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS (1926)

PostWed Feb 07, 2018 2:07 pm

Any idea when ALOMA was last sighted?

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