Filming Location Matching "Hawaii, USA" (Sorted by Release Date Ascending)
5. 33rd Infantry, U.S.A. (1899)
"An interesting marching picture of one of the best known volunteer regiments in the Philippine service, parading in Honolulu on their way to Manila."
6. Loading Sugar Cane (1901)
A companion picture to No. 1964 ('Cutting Sugar Cane' (1901) (q.v.)), and equally interesting.
8. Steamboat Leaving for Hilo (1901)
Taken at the Honolulu Wharves, and very well laid out. As the boat passes out of view one sees the animated crowd of people who have come to say farewell to their friends.
10. Panorama of Water Front (II) (1901)
Panoramic view of the water front of Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
11. Cutting Sugar Cane, Honolulu (1901)
A characteristic and instructive scene, showing natives at work. The picture is exceedingly well arranged.
12. Boys Diving, Honolulu (1901)
1 min | Documentary, Short
An unusually well laid out picture of native youngsters of Hawaii diving for coins.
13. The Shark God (1913)
A story of pre-missionary Hawaii, woven around the ancient superstition of the Hawaiians concerning the shark god and its power over the lives of the people, and the love affair of a chief's daughter.
15. Scenes in Honolulu (1913)
An interesting and beautiful reproduction of life in the South Sea Islands as it is today. Marvelous evidences of progress and prosperity can be seen as far as the eye can reach.
18. Isle of Abandoned Hope (1914)
The story opens when the ship "Bainbridge" is driven before a terrible gale upon a concealed reef of the Sandwich Islands. The perishing survivors are sighted by King Hono and his tribe of ... See full summary »
19. Olana of the South Seas (1914)
Short, Drama, Romance
The story opens when the subjects of King Kula celebrate the marriage of his daughter Olana to Chief Polapo, a handsome young warrior. While the wedding feast is at its height, Newaka, ... See full summary »
20. Tribal War in the South Seas (1914)
Lihula, King Kalana's daughter, is greatly loved by the young chief, Makapa. Makapa's mother is a witch-doctor and it is her consuming ambition that her son wed Lihula. Poloka, a rival ... See full summary »
21. Rescued by Wireless (1914)
Morgan, a missionary, and his daughter, Marie, sail from Honolulu on the government ship "Thetis," bound for Koko Island. Capt. Clifford, who is going to investigate Koko Island as a site ... See full summary »
22. The Lure of the Geisha (1914)
Captain Clifford, U.S.A., arrives at Yokohama and is met by Marie Wilson, his fiancée and daughter of United States Ambassador Wilson. The coming of Clifford is looked upon with keen ... See full summary »
23. A Romance of Hawaii (1914)
Short, Drama, Romance
Rosselli, a famous painter, accompanied by his daughter, Marie, and her fiancé, Bainbridge, arrive in Honolulu and at once sets out in search of a model. Rosselli is attracted by the native... See full summary »
24. Our Enemy's Spy (1914)
Captains Bainbridge and Clifford are pals in the same regiment, stationed at Honolulu. Boyhood chums, they joined the army together and attained an equal rank. Both love the same girl, ... See full summary »
25. The Fate of Persistent Pete (1915)
Count Peterhof is attracted by Daisy, the daughter of Duke Delinquent. Daisy while on board ship flirts with the count, much to her father's displeasure. She tells the count that if he ... See full summary »
28. The Bottle Imp (1917)
50 min | Fantasy, Drama
Lopaka, a poor Hawaiian fisherman, falls in love with Kokua, a young girl of royal blood. Her father refuses to let him marry her, though, unless Lopaka can bring him two feather cloaks ... See full summary »
29. The Babes in the Woods (1917)
50 min | Drama, Family, Fantasy
In order to test his wife's fidelity, millionaire John Hamilton disappears after stipulating in his will that his money will go to his two children, Roland and Rose. Through the butler, ... See full summary »
30. The Hidden Pearls (1918)
50 min | Drama
Having been reared and educated in America, the son of an American pearl trader and a Hawaiian island princess, knows nothing about life on his mother's island. He and Enid Benton are ... See full summary »
33. Hawaii (1919)
A documentary in color featuring the land, people, and life of the Hawaiian Islands.
35. The White Flower (1923)
Konia Markham, the daughter of an American father and a Hawaiian mother, is told by a sorceress that the man who presents her with a perfect white flower will be her true love. When Bob ... See full summary »
93 min | Documentary
Explorers Martin and Osa Johnson set out an an expedition that takes them to Hawaii, the little explored South Pacific regions of the Solomon Islands and the New Hebrides Islands, Australia... See full summary »
39. Feet First (1930)
Passed | 93 min | Comedy
An ambitious shoe salesman unknowingly meets his boss' daughter and tells her he is a leather tycoon, then has to try to hide his true circumstances.
Votes: 907 | Gross: $1.59M
40. The Black Camel (1931)
Passed | 71 min | Crime, Mystery, Thriller
The unsolved murder of a Hollywood actor several years earlier and an enigmatic psychic are the keys to help Charlie solve the Honolulu stabbing death of a beautiful actress.
45. Hell Below (1933)
Passed | 101 min | Romance, Drama, War
In 1918, U.S. Navy Lt. Tommy Knowlton participates in dangerous submarine missions, disobeys orders, gets court-martialed and romances a married woman who happens to be his C.O.'s daughter.
46. Four Frightened People (1934)
Not Rated | 78 min | Adventure, Drama
Four passengers escape their bubonic plague-infested ship and land on the coast of a wild jungle. In order to reach safety they have to trek through the jungle, facing wild animals and attacks by primitive tribesmen.
47. White Heat (1934)
Passed | 62 min | Drama, Romance
Plantation owner William Hawkes (David Newell) doesn't approve of the fact that most of the white men on the island have married, or are living with native girls. He doesn't approve of ... See full summary »
48. Treasure Island (1934)
Not Rated | 110 min | Adventure, Family
Young Jim Hawkins is torn between his loyalty to his benefactors and his affection for lovable rogue Long John Silver in their struggle to recover a buried pirate treasure.
Votes: 2,271 | Gross: $2.54M
49. Flirtation Walk (1934)
Not Rated | 97 min | Musical, Romance
A Musical-romance with Dick Powell as a private stationed in Hawaii who gets involved with Ruby Keeler, the general's engaged daughter. In order to avoid a scandal, the pair break up, but ... See full summary »
50. Going Places with Lowell Thomas, #8 (1935)
Approved | 10 min | Documentary, Short, News
Lowell Thomas takes a look at the less romantic side of the Hawaiian Islands by comparing Honolulu as a modern American city and the balance of the islands in their more practical aspects. ... See full summary »