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Holiday Inn
Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire




Overview -
Two retiring show people start up a New England country inn with the unique and, one would think, self-defeating idea of being open only on national holidays; however, in this delightful fluff-fest, they achieve instantaneous success. Conflicts arise when they fall for the same woman, and sparks fly -as do their feet - in a variety of inventive, holiday themed song-and-dance productions. Perhaps the best film ever inspired by a song. Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" was introduced in this film.

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Overview

Two retiring show people start up a New England country inn with the unique and, one would think, self-defeating idea of being open only on national holidays; however, in this delightful fluff-fest, they achieve instantaneous success. Conflicts arise when they fall for the same woman, and sparks fly -as do their feet - in a variety of inventive, holiday themed song-and-dance productions. Perhaps the best film ever inspired by a song. Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" was introduced in this film.

Awards:
1942 - Academy Awards - Best Song Winner

Main Cast & Crew

Mark Sandrich - Director
Bing Crosby
Fred Astaire
Marjorie Reynolds
Virginia Dale
Walter Abel
Louise Beavers

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (75th Anniversary Edition)
  • Run Time: 101
  • Color Format: B&W
  • UPC: 191329036709
  • Genre: Musical
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: October 2006

Related Categories:
Movies > Musical & Performing Arts
Movies > Musicals

Related Keywords:
Friends
Rivalry
Holiday
Romance
Christmas

 

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Notes:
Marjorie Reynolds' singing voice was dubbed by Martha Mears. Bing Crosby was backed up by the Bobcats, a musical group under the supervision of Bing's brother Bob. Copyright 1942 Paramount Pictures, Inc. Renewed 1969 by EMKA.

 

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