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Hawaiian Nights (1954)

Approved  |   |  Short, Comedy, Music  |  22 January 1954 (USA)
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This Universal "Musical Featurette" (production number 9303) features a slight story line woven around the (as usual) vastly-unfunny comedian Pinky Lee and Universal glamour girls Mamie Van... See full summary »



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Cast overview:
Pinky Lee ...
Pinky - the Valet
Glamour Girl
Lisa Gaye ...
Glamour Girl
Alfred Apaka ...
Ben Chapman ...
The Boss
Tani Marsh ...
Tani Marsh
Steve Steventon ...
Danny Stewart ...
Orchestra Leader
Tani Marsh Dancers ...
The Miss Universe Beauty Pageant Contestants ...
Contest Girls


This Universal "Musical Featurette" (production number 9303) features a slight story line woven around the (as usual) vastly-unfunny comedian Pinky Lee and Universal glamour girls Mamie Van Doren and Lisa Gaye. Also included are the 1953 Miss Universe contestants, the Danny Stewart Orchestra and the Tani Marsh Dancers, and musical numbers such as "Minoi Minoi Ay", "Lovely Hula Girl", "Hawaiian Spear Chant", "Kumu in the Muumuu", "Ama Ama", Nohea" and "Hoku Okalania." Written by Les Adams <>

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1.37 : 1
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Kumu in the Muumuu
Performed by Pinky Lee, Tani Marsh Dancers
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I Loved It
11 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I too was at this screening and enjoyed it very much. Perhaps we saw two different films. The use of 3D had some of the best effects I've ever seen. The print was in excellent condition, sharp and well projected with the two images. Almost everyone present went wild when the hula-girls came off the screen and danced in our laps. It was obvious that a great deal of time went into the filming of this small, but classic example of what the process could achieve when projected with professionalism. It's no HOUSE OF WAX,just a few moments of fun and escapism. Mamie and Lisa looked HOT,and their curves looked even better,thanks to the addition of "depth",if you can get my drift. A big bravo to the presenters and thanks for letting us see this little bit of history.Never mind what one over blown, self centered, "Malton wanna be" thinks. See this film for yourselves and enjoy it for what it is,a few fun moments in the third dimension.

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