A dull sequel to a fairly tame movie (HAWAII), this one continues with James Michener's story but has the disadvantage of a supremely wooden Heston. Heston is the grandson of the character portrayed by Richard Harris in HAWAII. He comes to Hawaii and brings with him a shipful of Chinese
slaves who have been--almost, but not quite--shanghaied to work the fields. Upon arriving he learns that his grandfather's fortune was left to his cousin McCowen (played by four actors in HAWAII, two of whom were Max Von Sydow's sons), a middle-aged man. Heston refuses to work for McCowen and
starts his own rival ranch using the Asians, two of whom are Chen and Mako. With the help o...