50. White Christmas
Release Year: 1954
Director: Michael Curtiz
Starring: Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney
At the end of World War II, best friends and song and dance men, Bob Wallace (Crosby) and Phil Davis (Kaye) leave their lives in the army and become incredibly successful performers. During their travels, they cross paths with Betty (Clooney) and Judy (Vera-Ellen) who are sisters that also have a song-and-dance act.
Ever the matchmaker, Davis tries to introduce Wallace to the sisters. Everyone is getting along so well that the boys decide to go with the sisters to their performance at a small inn in Vermont. Upon arriving, they realize that their old commanding officer, Major General Tom Waverley, is the one that owns the inn.
Unfortunately, it hasn’t snowed yet so there haven’t been many guests and the inn is about to go bankrupt. The inn needs saving and these performers think they are up to the task. This classic is sure to bring a smile to your eye and have you dreaming of a white Christmas yourself.