White Shadows in the South Seas - clip with unknown cast
南海の白い影(1929) オリジナル予告編 White Shadows in the South Sea
"Aloma" starring Gilda Grey and Warner Baxter (1926)
White Shadows in the South Seas is a 1928 American silent film adventure romance directed by W.S. Van Dyke and starring Monte Blue and Raquel Torres. It was produced by Cosmopolitan Productions in association with MGM and distributed by MGM. Loosely based on the travel book of the same name by Frederick O'Brien, it is known for being the first MGM film to be released with a pre-recorded soundtrack, and also the first time Leo the Lion (MGM) roars in the introduction. Clyde De Vinna won an Academy Award for Best Cinematography.