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Published on Apr 19, 2014
This original 1918 film, The Volcano Kilauea, is a version updated through 1924. Filmed using the Prisma Process, this was the first Hawaii film produced in color on the Islands. No audio as words/lines were inserted; thus, a silent film. Rare film documented as being 'lost'. Ray J Baker was the producer; he was an early Hawaii photographer who progressed into moving film. Produced in Los Angeles by William Horsley Company.