ABOUTCrooner with a long and distinguished career. Over 150 hits in the 1930s. Best known songs include the perennial "White Christmas."
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Bing Crosby performs "White Christmas" on The Ed Sullivan Show (May 5, 1968).
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- White Christmas 1941
(This Irving Berlin-penned perennial Christmas favorite first became a hit for Bing Crosby in 1941, and it also became a hit every year thereafter around the holiday season through 1962, often topping the charts. "White Christmas" was used as part of the soundtrack for the 1942 musical film, "Holiday Inn," and it won an Academy Award for Best Original Song. "White Christmas" also became a hit for the Drifters (1955, 1960, and 1962).)
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