Bing Crosby's Leading Ladies
Bing Crosby was one of the most iconic singers and actors of his time. It's impossible to hear the song "White Christmas" without thinking of his trademark bass-baritone voice, which made him one of the best-selling recording artists of the 20th century.
"White Christmas" was first introduced on a Christmas Day radio broadcast in 1941. It was also featured soon thereafter in Crosby's 1942 movie, Holiday Inn. Croby's leading lady in the film, actress Marjorie Reynolds, is one of many famous ladies Crosby accompanied on the silver screen. And who can forget about Crosby's second holiday film, "White Christmas," which premiered in 1954, and starred the gorgeous Rosemary Clooney. These fashionable and iconic actresses have not only shared the stage with Crosby but created memorable scenes still talked about today.
As the holidays quickly approach - which at StyleList means watching lots of memorable Christmas movies - we're taking a look back at the stylish leading ladies in Bing Crosby's films and the leading ladies in his life.
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