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White Christmas

I had never seen the film, White Christmas, but I am very familiar with Bing Crosby's wildly famous version of the song. I hear it on the radio and in my home and while shopping throughout the holiday season. For some reason I never felt all too compelled to view the film until this year, I made a point to see it. Luckily AMC delivered it right to my television in HD and VistaVISION. The story really tough my heart and while the dance numbers and songs were full of great dancing, tapping and beautiful music, Bing Crosby's voice and blue eyes stole the show.

The Film begins here during the war, Christmas Eve 1944., with every soldier dreaming of a White Christmas, listening to the somber voice of their talented private, Bob Wallace and saying goodbye to a General Waverly... At the wars end, Wallace and Davis set out in show business together on a two man act and become famous! Through and through they find success and fame but how does a man enjoy that without a 'da…