Fellow classic film aficionados will be interested in the return of a classic Christmas/Holiday widescreen musical-comedy on the silver screen.
Turner Classic Movies, in association with Fathom Events and Paramount Pictures will present the coast-to-coast big screen re-release of the Irving Berlin–Michael Curtiz VistaVision widescreen Technicolor musical, “White Christmas” (1954). Part of the network’s “Big Screen Classics” revival series, the re-release of “White Christmas” (1954) will be shown in participating cinema venues on Sun., Dec. 9 and Wed., Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. (local time).
The TCM/Fathom/Paramount re-release of the Irving Berlin-Michael Curtiz Christmas/Holiday cinematic classic will also have pre-recorded opening introduction and closing conclusion segments by TCM on-air host Ben Mankiewicz.
Who was in the Berlin-Curtiz Paramount production of “White Christmas” (1954)?
The players who appeared in the Berlin-Curtiz Paramount production of “White Christmas” (1954) were Bing Crosby (as Bob Wallace), Danny Kaye (as Phil Davis), Rosemary Clooney (as Betty Haynes), Vera-Ellen (as Judy Haynes), Dean Jagger (as Maj. Gen. Thomas F. Waverly), Mary Wickes (as Emma Allen), Anne Whitfield (as Susan Waverly), a young George Chakiris; later of “West Side Story” fame (in an uncredited role as a dancer), future Los Angeles TV personality/honorary mayor Johnny Grant (in an uncredited role as Ed Harrison) and Herb Vigran (in an uncredited role as nightclub manager Novello).