|Cast||J. Warren Kerrigan Pauline Bush Lillian Logan Randolph Grey|
|Plot||Bob Ransom is the son of wealthy New York parents. He is in love with Helen Braddon, but at the opening of the story a lovers' quarrel has temporarily marred the celestial horizon. At this time, Ransom, Sr., makes an extensive investment in Hawaiian plantations. At the urgent insistence of Bob, Ransom, Sr., sends him to the Hawaiian Islands to take charge of his interests there. Bob arrives. One day, while strolling along the beach, he chances to catch sight of a native girl. Later he chances into his hut, to find the native girl much interested in his typewriter, etc. The native girl is daughter of the island potentate, but does not reveal her identity to Bob. In the days that follow he teaches her American customs, and their admiration of each other soon grows to love. Meanwhile Bob receives letters from his people, telling him to return home, and that Helen will be glad to see him. Bob, however, believes himself in love with the native girl and replies that he is contented to remain where he is. Trouble arises between the scattered island planters and the potentates. Bob writes his father about the trouble and asks him to come to Hawaii. The native girl is loved by a native high in the councils of the King, however, and that person makes it his business to discover the romance. He informs the King, who promptly becomes furious at his daughter. Meanwhile, Ransom, Sr., with his wife and Helen, arrive. Bob is awakened from his dream and finds that his real love is for Helen. The native girl discovers it also, but too late. With the consent of the King and the disappointed lover a ruse is planned to poison Bob by inviting the American to drink with the King. The wine is poisoned, and as Bob is about to drink she seizes the poisoned wine, drains the bowl and before death claims the victim she heroically places the hand of Helen in Bob's.... search for An Idyl of Hawaii on IMDb|
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