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White Heat(1934)

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  • White Heat 1934

    • Chris Faye
    • 2/4/11

    Aloha from Kauai, we thought this film was lost. It was the first Hollywood film made on the island in September 1933. It was filmed on our plantations, Kekaha Sugar Company asst. managed by Lindsay Faye and Waimea Sugar Company managed by Alan Faye. They also filmed at Alexander McBryde's Lawai Kai estate. These are all contemporaries of Jimmy Bodrero, the writer. Unfortunately most of the actors have all passed away...we did a major exhibit at the Kauai Museum in 1999 but we couldn't find the film then. We have all the stills from W.J. Senda along with the script and other items. The writer on the film was a grandson of one of the major plantation owners on the island at the turn of the 20th century. I'm rating it high for historical reasons - not many films showing plantation operations and the area at that time period. Also Lois Weber as director was pretty great and Virginia Cherille! I think the locals had a great time with Hollywood on their doorstep.

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    • Ted Miller
    • 10/18/09

    The Robinson and Gay sugar plantation on the west side of Kauai, still producing sugar cane in 2008, was one of the locations used for filming this movie.

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