White Christmas (14-Oct-1954)|
Director: Michael Curtiz
Writers: Norman Krasna; Norman Panama; Melvin Frank
Lyrics and Music by: Irving Berlin
Producer: Robert Emmett Dolan
Keywords: Musical Comedy, Christmas
A pair of soldiers who sing and dance plus two performing sisters come together at a Vermont inn owned by their former commander, which has fallen on hard times. Sappy and simplistic Christmas fare with good acting but merely adequate dance numbers, yet quite a guilty pleasure: a film that is much greater than the sum of its parts. Stands above most Christmas fare. First film shot in Paramount's wide-screen VistaVision.
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