Pagan Love Song

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Pagan Love Song starring Esther Williams
Pagan Love Song is a swimming movie and a musical romance film released by MGM starring Esther Williams and Howard Keel. Set in Tahiti, it was based on the novel Tahiti Landfall by William S. Stone.

Plot

Mimi Bennett lives with her wealthy aunt Kate on the South Pacific isle of Tahiti. A half-native, half-American girl, Mimi's dream is to someday leave this world to live in America. Hazard Endicott's arrival changes her plans. He is a school teacher from Ohio who has inherited a Tahiti estate. His first task is to hire a servant and he mistakes Mimi for a native girl, offering her a job. She amuses herself by not telling him the truth. The estate turns out to be little more than a shack. Endicott also miscalculates an invitation to a party at Kate's, coming in casual island attire to an event with elegantly dressed guests. Mimi takes pity on him and a romance blooms.

Open Water Swimming

Pagan Love Song was listed as one of the Great Movies for Open Water Swimmers by the World Open Water Swimming Association and the Daily News of Open Water Swimming.

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