Snow! (From the Movie 'White Christmas')

Snow! (From the Movie 'White Christmas')

Part of the Snow! song from White Christmas, featuring Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, and Danny Kaye. A true Christmas classic!

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Snow! (From the Movie 'White Christmas')


I believe it is called 'Snow' by Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Rosemary Clooney, there is a fourth but I do not remember her name. It is from the movie 'White Christmas' not to be mistaken for 'Holiday Inn' where the song 'White Christmas' originally debuted.

The fourth is Vera Ellen. She was born Vera Ellen Westmeier Rohe in Norwood, Ohio to Martin Rohe and Alma Catherine Westmeier, both descended from German immigrants.[1] She began dancing at the age of 9 and quickly became very proficient. At 16, she was a winner on the Major Bowes Amateur Hour, and entered upon a professional career.
In 1939, Vera-Ellen made her Broadway theatre debut in the Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein musical Very Warm for May at the age of 18. She became one of the youngest Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall, although she was not tall. This led to roles on Broadway in Panama Hattie, By Jupiter, and A Connecticut Yankee, where she was spotted by Samuel Goldwyn, who cast her opposite Danny Kaye and Virginia Mayo in the film Wonder Man (1945).
She appeared in several films, including White Christmas (1954), On the Town (1949), the "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" dance in Words and Music (1948) -- the last two with Gene Kelly. Vera-Ellen was also one of the stars in the last Marx Brothers film, Love Happy (1949). She took top billing alongside Fred Astaire in Three Little Words (1950) and The Belle of New York (1952), with Donald O'Connor in Call Me Madam (1953), and in Let's Be Happy (1957). During the 1950s, she was reputed to have the "smallest waist in Hollywood".[2] and is believed to have suffered from anorexia nervosa.[1] She retired from the screen in 1957.
Vera-Ellen was married twice. Her first husband was fellow dancer Robert Hightower, whom she was married to from 1941 to 1946.[3] Her second husband, from 1954 to 1966, was millionaire Victor Rothschild. Both marriages ended in divorce. While married to Rothschild, she gave birth to a daughter, Victoria Ellen Rothschild, who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in 1963. Following this traumatic event Vera-Ellen further withdrew from public life.
She died of cancer at her home in California at the age of 60 in 1981.

I thought I was the only person in the entire world who even remembered this song from the movie (with everyone else being lost in White Christmas which of course, if very good stuff...). The close harmony on this makes it a great ring tone.

THANKS!!!! You made my day.

On the soundtrack both female voices are supplied by Peggy Lee. I wonder if this is from the actual film DVD or the studio soundtrack.

i like this one alot. my husband is a snow boarder and loves the winter and especially the snow. this will be his ringtone.

Thanks for adding this song! As soon as it started to play I remembered it from the train scene in "White Christmas" where they're eating sandwiches and having drinks in the club car.

White Christmas is one of the all time favorites in my family. I remember as a young girl, my family would watch this always around christmas eve...great memories,,,thank you so girls would harmonize with them during this song

I wanted this!!! whoo hoo! it said unknown in the description so I didn't know what it was. You need to make it say "Snow" from White Christmas. I love, love, love it!! I have to watch this at least 3 times during the Christmas season! Thanks and Merry Christmas!