Paradise Lagoon (1957)
Thinking that the time has come for his family to get away from London and have a holiday--one of his daughters, a suffragette, has just had an encounter with the police--Lord Loam takes them off on their yacht for a South Seas cruise. Along is Crichton, the family's butler who can seemingly anticipate all of his master's wishes. After a violent storm, they find themselves marooned on a deserted island. Initially, the aristocratic Lord Loam sees himself as being in charge. After two years on the island, the social structure has been upended. Crichton, the most able at survival in the wilderness, is now the leader of the group and he and Lady Mary, Loam's eldest daughter, are very much in love and about to be married. The arrival of a ship has consequences for all of them.