I don’t know about you, but I’m dreaming of a white Christmas. I know the Midwest won’t be getting one, though, so I’m going to watch Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye do their thing in 1954’s holiday classic White Christmas instead. It’s almost as good, right?
The film is about two friends who, after the end of WWII, team up to form a successful song and dance duo. They meet a beautiful sister act and follow them to an inn in Vermont, which turns out to be run by their former commander, General Waverly. The gang join forces to put on an amazing show to help the General and his lodge at Christmastime, since without snow, no one wants to visit! Let the antics and romantic mix-ups ensue!