Composer: Rudolf Friml
Lyricist: J. Keirn Brennan

Opened: September 17, 1930, Hammerstein Theatre, N.Y.C.; 1932, Birmingham, England
Performances: 21 (N.Y.C.); ? (Birmingham)

Note: The show played a return engagement beginning on March 13, 1931 at the Majestic Theatre for 16 performances.


1. Life's A Funny Present: More Broadway Flops & Roadkills 1919-1955, CD/Rialto SLRR-9306 (Douglas Sills with musical direction by David Holcenberg)
A test pressing of a piano solo performed by Rudolf Friml, matrix BE 63668-2, is also known to exist.

A Son Of The Sun:

1. 78/Perfect 15363 (Jack Teagarden, vocal, with Jack Teagarden & His Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

By Welawela
Drums Of Kane
Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2)
Glad I Have A Boy (cut from the London production)
Hawaii's Shore
Hawaiian Moon
Hoku Loa (Opening)
I'm Nuts On You (cut from the London production)
In The Clouds
In Your Cradle Of Love (cut)
Jimsy (cut)
Love, I Give You My All (cut from the London production)
Magic Spell Of Love
My Bird Of Paradise
My Hills Of Home (cut)
Opening (Act 2)
Shore Leave
There Are No Tomorrows (cut)
Wanapoo Bay
What A Lot Of Loving (cut)
Where You Lead
A World Of Melody (cut)