Fathom Events Brings ‘White Christmas’ Back to Theaters December 9 and 12

Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Rosemary Clooney star in ‘White Christmas.’ Image courtesy of IMDB.

White Christmas will be showing in theaters on December 9 and 12 as part of Fathom EventsTCM Big Screen Classics series.

Originally released in 1954, this classic holiday film stars Bing Crosby (Bob) and Danny Kaye (Phil). After Phil saves Bob’s life in the army, the two become a widely popular vaudeville musical act. They agree to see a sister act as a favor to an old army buddy. The sisters, Rosemary Clooney (Betty) and Vera-Ellen (Judy) are going to Vermont to perform at an inn and Phil, determined to play matchmaker, sneakily arranges for himself and Bob to go along. When they realize the owner of the empty inn is their former General, the duo decide to bring their entire musical act to Vermont in a secret attempt to bring in guests and give back to the General that meant so much to them.

The TCM Big Screen Classics series showcases one classic film every month. Previous films released to theaters have included Casablanca, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, The Philadelphia Story, Grease, and Rebel Without a Cause.

Watch the trailer for White Christmas below, and go to Fathom Events for tickets here!

Em

Em joined the Nerds and Beyond staff in 2018, excited to combine her two great loves of fangirling and writing. Her favorite things include Louden Swain, Kings of Con, Band of Brothers, Marvel, and DC. In her spare time she can usually be found watching her favorite classic films or writing poetry about her favorite band, Louden Swain. Find her on Twitter at @invisible_heir.

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