Won in the Clouds is a 1928 American silent film directed by Bruce M. Mitchell and starring Al Wilson.
Like many actors in the silent film era, Wilson did not survive the transition to "talkies", with Won in the Clouds, one of his last films.
A family diamond mine in South Africa causes great problems to owners Dr. Cecil James (George B. French) and his daughter, Grace (Helen Foster). Accompanied by her maid, Mira (Myrtis Crinley), Grace and her father decide to go to Africa to investigate. They arrange to meet Jack Woods (Joseph Bennett), manager of the Consolidated Diamond Mining Co., who has used the excuse of a native plague to close the mine and hold up shipments.
Being advised by his men of the doctor's visit, Woods has the party waylaid by Swahili warriors. The two girls flee and Wood "rescues" them, taking them to the a building at the mine site. Fearing for their safety, back home, Sir Henry Blake sends his son, Art (Al Wilson), after them,