A legendarily bad production with a very strange plot that's based on the 1927 Broadway operetta (yes, there's singing in the movie too). Dawn (Siegel) is a white woman, apparently adopted and raised by a native tribe in WWI-era Dutch East Africa. She's first shown in a German POW camp but is released when trouble arises with her tribe since Dawn has been chosen as the sacrificial bride to the tribe's god. However, Dawn is in love with rubber planter Tom Allen (King), who must rescue her. It was originally filmed in two-strip Technicolor although those prints have been lost.