Tag Archives: Bing Crosby

The Bells of St. Mary’s (1945)

It’s like Sister Act 2, except Whoopi Goldberg is played by a balding white man in his forties. Advertisements

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White Christmas (1954)

Two World War II veterans sing, dance, and cross-dress their way to Vermont, where they hook up with two sisters, save a struggling inn, and suffer a small, internal, muscular hemorrhage.

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Holiday Inn (1942)

Two men fight over the same woman — you know, like Twilight without the high school drama, blood-sucking monster babies, or general sense of terribleness in every possible regard.

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1949)

A tall, slender, shovel-footed schoolteacher competes for the love of a rich farmer’s daughter until he is confronted by the headless horseman.  Also, one guy gets water poured down his pants and no one even notices.

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Going My Way (1944)

A Catholic priest turns around a struggling parish by helping others see religion doesn’t have to be boring beyond all reason.

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