White Christmas (1954) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Michael Curtiz .
Academy Awards 1954 --- Ceremony Number 27 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Music - Song||Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin||Nominated|
A “White Christmas” at the Upcountry History Museumon Dec 12, 2020 From Comet Over Hollywood
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25 Days of Christmas: White Christmas (1954)on Dec 20, 2017 From Journeys in Classic Film
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Betty Haynes: But we're practically strangers!
Phil Davis: Uh, we like to take care of that too.
Betty Haynes: But I don't understand. Why are you doing this? I mean, what's in it for you?
Phil Davis: Forty-five minutes all to myself.
[after Bob has found out about Phil and Judy's phony engagement]
Judy Haynes: It's just that she's always been something of a mother hen.
Phil Davis: Yeah, and we wanted Mother Hen to leave the nest so that Little Chick could... I guess we laid an egg.
Bob Wallace: An egg? Brother, you laid a Vermont volleyball!
[Bob leaves to go make a phone call]
Phil Davis: [sighs] I don't know what's going on, but he has that Rodgers and Hammerstein look in his eyes.
Betty Haynes: Is that bad?
Phil Davis: Not bad, but always expensive.
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The "Ed Harrison TV Show" that Bing Crosby appears on is a reference to the "Ed Sullivan Show" that featured known stars, new talent and vaudeville acts. Ed Harrison was played by Johnny Grant who did not have a long acting career in the movies, but was the honorary Mayor of Hollywood, California who officiated over the unveiling's of Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame from the early 1960's until his death in 2008.
According to Rosemary Clooney, the "midnight snack" scene in which Bob Wallace expounds on his theory of what foods cause what dreams was almost entirely improvised.
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