|Song of the Sarong|
|Directed by||Harold Young|
|Written by||Gene Lewis|
|Produced by||Gene Lewis|
|Edited by||Fred R. Feitshans Jr.|
|Music by||Edward Ward|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
Song of the Sarong (1945) is a musical film starring Nancy Kelly and William Gargan. The film was written by Gene Lewis and directed by Harold Young.
There are valuable pearls worth millions of dollars being guarded by a formidable tribe of natives on the island of Kashira in the South Seas. Adventurer Drew Allen, who was once stranded on Kashira accepts an offer to recover the pearls. A thunderstorm, emergency landing, stowaways, and a confrontation with the natives complicate things. Trials and tribulations result in an island being converted to Christianity.