As part of Laie Days, cast and crew of the Mormon classic “Johnny Lingo” came and celebrated the 42nd anniversary of the film.

This event, sponsored by the Mormon Pacific Historical Society and the Laie Community Association, took place on July 29 in the Cannon Activities Center. Attendees were honored to hear guest speakers Naomi K. Wilson who played Mahana, and Joseph Ah Quin who played Moki, Mahana’s father. The event began with a showing of the film, made by the LDS Church in 1969, followed by talks from Wilson and Ah Quin, respectively.

via Johnny Lingo reunion | Na Leo Ho'omaluhia | Newsroom Brigham Young University-Hawaii.

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