White Christmas is a classic holiday vehicle from 1954 starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera Ellen. A lighthearted, romantic holiday film finds former Army buddies Wallace (Crosby) and Davis (Kaye) teaming up as a singing duo. They follow a pair of beautiful sisters, who also have a song and dance act, to a lodge in Vermont. When Wallace and Davis arrive, they find their lodge owner is their former commander, General Waverly, and that the lodge is struggling financially. Through a series of romantic mix-ups between the crooners, and the classic formula of putting on a show to help save a family business, this film is a staple of Americana holiday tradition.