Description:00 49 21 00 Outside cave. An explorer, a colonist, an adventurer Buster Crabbe sits beside Julie London in exotic and flowery dress, sort of dress, grass skirt. She embodies, the young savage, Westerner educated in the African jungle. They discuss both friendly a stony bench. He teaches him that he wants to resume London's jewels because they are for her. But she refuses, conflict of interest. He tries to convince her by explaining him all the history. She seems very artless. Family jewels, presents. Crabbe shows himself as upholder of the law, wants to return jewels to their owner. Rather contemptuous comment, considers her as a savage.