[[File:77.jpg|thumb|237px|Christine, as she appeared in ''[[The Three Troubledoers]]'' (1946)]]
'''Christine Cecilia McIntyre''' (April 16,
1911–July 8, 1984) was an actress who appeared in many movies in the 1930s and 1940s but is mainly known as the beautiful blonde actress who appeared in many [[The Three Stooges|Three Stooges]] shorts produced by [[Columbia Pictures]].
A native of Nogales, Arizona, Christine McIntyre was one of five children. A classically trained singer, McIntyre received a Bachelor of Music degree at Chicago Musical College in 1933. It was here that she developed her operatic soprano voice, which would be put to good use in several [[The Three Stooges|Three Stooges]] films in the 1940s. McIntyre began singing in feature films at RKO Pictures, and made her film debut in 1937's ''Swing Fever''. She then appeared in a series of B-westerns featuring the likes of Ray Corrigan and Buck Jones. She appeared with dark hair in these early roles, and also appeared occasionally in "mainstream" feature films (like 1939's ''Blondie Takes a Vacation''). She sang songs such as "The Blue Danube" and "Voices of Spring" in a Vienna-themed short Soundies musical film, and her performance was singled out as the best of the inaugural series. Her singing in this soundie may have given the Three Stooges the idea of using "Voices of Spring" in their short film, ''[[Micro-Phonies]]'' (1945).
Wilson's sudden death from a heart attack in January 1984 took its toll on McIntyre. She was already suffering from cancer at the time of his passing, and his death worsened her illness. McIntyre died in Van Nuys, California on July 8, 1984, six months after her husband. She was 73. She had no children. McIntyre is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California.