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|South of Suva|
|Directed by||Frank Urson|
|Written by||Fred Myton (scenario)|
|Story by||Ewart Adamson|
|Produced by||Adolph Zukor (for Realart)|
|Starring||Mary Miles Minter|
|Cinematography||Allen M. Davey|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|5 reels; 4,639 feet|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
South of Suva is a lost 1922 American silent drama film starring Mary Miles Minter. It was directed by Frank Urson and produced by the Realart Company, a knock production unit of Adolph Zukor's.
Phyllis (Minter) marries uncouth Sydney Latimer (Walter Long) and they travel to Suva, the capital of the Fiji Islands. At Suva, Sydney begins to play around with the local island girls which makes Phyllis jealous. Phyllis runs off and meets handsome John Webster (John Bowers) and over time develops a romance with him.
- Mary Miles Minter as Phyllis Latimer
- Winifred Bryson as Pauline Leonard
- Walter Long as Sydney Latimer
- John Bowers as John Webster
- Roy Atwell as Marmaduke Grubb
- Fred Kelsey as Karl Swartz
- Larry Steers as Alfred Bowman (credited as Lawrence Steers)
- Benny Ayers as Native (uncredited)
- Bhogwan Singh as Native (uncredited)
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