My Old Addiction

White Christmas

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(out of 5)


The biggest box-office hit of 1954 was this enjoyable musical romp that rides on the success of the titular Irving Berlin song.  and  are holed up at a hotel resort with sisters  and  over the holidays. The weak screenplay is mostly an excuse for the many pleasant musical numbers, boiling down to an ostentatious production that the foursome put on at the end of the film. It hasn’t aged too well, but is still a favourite for fans gathered around their television sets during the festive season.


Paramount Pictures

USA, 1954

Directed by 

Screenplay by ,

Cinematography by 

Produced by

Music by , ,

Production Design by ,

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

Academy Award Nomination
Best Music (Song) (“Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep”, music and lyrics by Irving Berlin)

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