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Bing Crosby Overview:

Legendary actor, Bing Crosby, was born Harry Lillis Crosby on May 3, 1903 in Tacoma, WA. Crosby died at the age of 74 on Oct 14, 1977 in Madrid, Spain and was laid to rest in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, Los Angeles County, CA.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Bing Crosby was nominated for three Academy Awards, winning one for Best Actor for Going My Way (as Father O'Malley) in 1944.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1944Best ActorGoing My Way (1944)Father O'MalleyWon
1945Best ActorThe Bells of St. Mary's (1945)Father O'MalleyNominated
1954Best ActorThe Country Girl (1954)Frank ElginNominated
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He was honored with three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures, Recording and Radio. Bing Crosby's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #30 on Apr 8, 1936. In addition, Crosby was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame and was immortalized on a US postal stamp in 1994.

BlogHub Articles:

Conversations with Classic Film Stars: about and John Wayne – Exclusive Post by Authors James Bawden and Ron Miller

By Guest Post on Oct 10, 2016 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

THE GOLDEN AGE OF GOSSIP What Legendary Movie Stars Said about Each Other Part Four of a Four-Part Series The dominant musical movie star of the “golden age” surely was , but not all his co-stars were big fans, most especially Dorothy Lamour, his leading lady in the highly popular series ... Read full article


Classic Symbiotic Collaborations Blogathon: , David Butler and Their Movies

By Caftan Woman on Jan 23, 2016 From Caftan Woman

, David Butler, Bob Hope, visitor Joel McCrea on set of Road to Morocco from Getty Images Theresa Brown aka CineMaven has challenged us with a blogathon dedicated to those director/actor pairings that bring magic to the movies. The Classic Symbiotic Collaborations blogathon runs on J... Read full article


Frank Sinatra and

By Judy on Dec 10, 2015 From Movie Classics

Happy Holidays with Bing and Frank This piece is my first contribution to the Sinatra Centennial blogathon, which I’m proudly co-hosting with Emily at The Vintage Cameo. I’m also hoping to put a second piece up before the event ends on Sunday! They might have only co-starred in two movie... Read full article


Classic Movie Travels: The Collection

By Annmarie Gatti on May 6, 2015 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

 Bing’s Spokane and  Gonzaga University… I’d like to take us to the Pacific Northwest to explore the life of an iconic crooner—Tacoma’s . Bing, or Harry Lillis Crosby Jr., was the fourth of seven children born to brewery bookkeeper Harry Lillis Crosby Sr. and his wife, Catheri... Read full article


Warner Archive: Croons in Just for You (1952) and Here Comes the Groom (1951)

By KC on Jan 7, 2015 From Classic Movies

I was delighted when Warner Archive announced that it would be reissuing its duo-pack of /Jane Wyman musicals. The first time I checked out Just For You and Here Comes the Groom, I was researching for an interview with Robert Arthur, one of the juvenile actors in the former, for a profile... Read full article


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Bing Crosby Quotes:

Ted Hanover: Then I had a drink.
Jim Hardy: A drink? Boy you were fractured!


Jim Hardy: [Handing a cup of coffee to Ted] Here, take a slug out of the mug.


Hot Lips Barton: If they hear us, we're dead ducks!
Hot Lips Barton: [Dropping the painting] Whoops! Quack, quack!
Scat Sweeney: [Hastily leaving the room] Quack, quack, quack, quack!


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His large ears were pinned back during his early films, until partway through She Loves Me Not (1934).

A longtime supporter of the Republican Party, Crosby campaigned for Wendell Willkie in the 1940 Presidential election, because he strongly believed President Franklin D. Roosevelt should only serve two terms of office. When Roosevelt was easily re-elected, Crosby vowed never to become publicly involved in partisan politics again.

Star of NBC Radio's "Kraft Music Hall" (1935-1946).

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