White Christmas 1954 in VistaVision

Filmed in VistaVision and Technicolor this is lovely to watch at Christmas.

The music of Irving Berlin is at the centre of this pleasant holiday film, and is a perennial favorite of audiences that discover this charming film, or just go back to visit from time to time.


Directed by Michael Curtiz, a versatile Director who seemed at ease with drama as well as comedy, or musicals. He shows a light touch that helps make this a cherished film for movie fans of all ages.


The main reason for watching, besides Mr. Berlin’s wonderful tunes, is hearing those standard songs delivered by the likes of Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney, who were at the top of their game at this time. They had such wonderful and melodious voices, they enhance the songs they interpret.



The story is just a pretext to bring together the talented principals plus Danny Kaye, Vera Ellen, Dean Jagger, and the marvellous Mary Wickes, in a film that will delight anyone, anytime, but especially at Christmas.

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