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- Holiday Inn is a brand of hotels forming part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG).
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Holiday Inn (Three Disc Collector's Set)
Experience one of the most popular holiday movies of all-time like never before with the 3-disc Holiday Inn Collector’s Set featuring a brand-new color version of the film and the complete CD soundtrack!
Screen legends Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire star as two talented pals who find themselves competing for the affections of the same lovely lady (Marjorie Reynolds) in this Academy Award-winning musical, filled with singing, dancing, comedy and romance.
Whether you are watching the original black & white masterpiece, discovering the new color version, or listening to the timeless Irving Berlin soundtrack featuring “White Christmas,” the 3-disc Holiday Inn Collector’s Set is the perfect way to enjoy the holiday season!
In 1942, Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby teamed up at Der Bingle's Paramount Pictures for Holiday Inn, a black-and-white musical that proves more entertaining than Crosby's color semi-remake White Christmas in 1954. Astaire and Crosby play partner/rival song-and-dance men who compete for the hand of their performing partner, played by Virginia Dale. After Crosby loses, he moves to the Connecticut countryside where he creates a resort that is only open on holidays and puts on the shows with the help of Marjorie Reynolds. Dumped by Dale, Astaire makes a drunken arrival at the inn on New Year's Eve and dances with Reynolds. He decides she'll be his new partner, but doesn't remember what she looks like, setting off a frenzied search at every subsequent show while the once-bitten Crosby does his best to steer him off track. The theme gives Irving Berlin an excuse to craft or recycle a number of holiday-themed songs, such as (in the former category) "Washington's Birthday" or (in the latter) "Easter Parade." The most famous of the new material, of course, is "White Christmas," which became one of the bestselling songs of all time and the title song of Crosby's 1954 film. Astaire and Crosby also team up for "I'll Capture Her Heart," which playfully contrasts the stars' specialties, and Astaire's "It's So Easy to Dance with You" became one of the signature songs of his post-Ginger Rogers career. Astaire and Crosby teamed up again for Blue Skies in 1946. --David Horiuchi
Disc 1: Original Black & White Version
- A Couple of Song and Dance Men: An intimate retrospective of Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire featuring an interview with Ava Astaire-MacKenzie
- All Singing-All Dancing: Experience the making of the unforgettable song and dance numbers of Holiday Inn
- Audio Commentary: Feature-length audio commentary with film historian Ken Barnes with archive audio comments by Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire and John Scott Trotter
- Original Theatrical Trailer
Disc 2: New Color Version
- Coloring a Classic: Learn how Holiday Inn was color-designed using amazing new technology that transformed the black and white classic to color with the help of Jan Mucklestone, personal sketch artist of the famed costume designer Edith Head
Disc 3: Music Soundtrack CD
- 12 classic Irving Berlin holiday songs from the original soundtrack including Bing Crosby's "White Christmas" and "Happy Holiday"
1. I'll Capture Your Heart (Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire)
2. Lazy (Bing Crosby)
3. You're Easy to Dance With (Fred Astaire)
4. Happy Holiday (Bing Crosby)
5. Let's Start the New Year Off Right (Bing Crosby)
6. Abraham (Bing Crosby)
7. Be Careful, It's My Heart (Bing Crosby)
8. I Can't Tell a Lie (Fred Astaire)
9. Easter Parade (Bing Crosby)
10. Song of Freedom (Bing Crosby)
11. I've Got Plenty to be Thankful For (Bing Crosby)
12. White Christmas (Bing Crosby)
Robin at the Holiday Inn Express in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Robin, whose smiled brightened up my day after a long day walking, told me the story about her girlfriend in Chicago. “She was doing well, but then lost her job. She lost her health insurance and last year, at age 50, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma.” “So how did she deal with that?” I asked. “Well, she had to come up with $689/month for her insurance, the hospital would not provide healthcare otherwise.” As her condition got even more serious, all of their mutual friends and sorority sisters (Delta Sigma Phi) have been raising funds and sending her money for her care. “I guess,” Robin told me, “if it wasn't for us, she could be dead.” She said it without ego or braggadocio but rather out of sadness (even with our bright smile) that it had to be that way.
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This perennial, Christmas-season favorite from 1942 teamed Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire as entertainers (and rival suitors of Marjorie Reynolds) running an inn that is only open on holidays. It's a great excuse for lots of singing and dancing, seamlessly wrapped in a catchy story, and Astaire's frequent director Mark Sandrich (Top Hat, Shall We Dance?) doesn't let us down. The Irving Berlin numbers (each one connected to a different holiday) are winners. Crosby's warm performance of "White Christmas" is a movie touchstone. --Tom Keogh