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Lani McIntyre (1904–1951)

Lani McIntyre was born on December 15, 1904 in Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, USA. He died on June 17, 1951 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Paradise Isle Soundtrack
Maui Chant Vocalist-Steel Guitarist
Dreams of Old Hawaii Vocalist-Orchestra Leader


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 1943 Paradise Isle (Short) (performer: "Paradise Isle")
 1937 Boots and Saddles (lyrics: "The One Rose (That's Left in My Heart)" - uncredited) / (music: "The One Rose (That's Left in My Heart)" - uncredited)
 1937 Paradise Isle (writer: "Paradise Isle", "Hawaaian Chant")
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 1944 Dreams of Old Hawaii (Short)
Vocalist-Orchestra Leader
 1943 You're the One Rose (Short)
 1943 Maui Chant (Short)
Vocalist-Steel Guitarist
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 1945 Beauty Hula (Short)
Himself - Band Leader (as Lani McIntyre and His Aloha Islanders)
 1943 Paradise Isle (Short)
Himself / Singer / Lead Guitar

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Lani McIntyre and His Aloha Islanders

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Hawaiian-born steel guitarist and leader of 'His Aloha Islanders', who performed for years at the Hawaiian Grill of the Hotel Lexington in New York. He was chiefly responsible for popularising the steel guitar in America and for introducing the Hawaiian guitar sound. He is also remembered for working with Bing Crosby on "Sweet Leilani", featured in the film Waikiki Wedding (1937).

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