With the holiday season rolling in, it's time to start watching Christmas films and completely immerse yourself in the holiday spirit. A movie that should be at the top of your list because, one, it's a Christmas classic and two, because it's turning 65 this year, is the 1954 film "White Christmas." If it doesn't feel like Christmas yet, his Michael Curtiz musical will surely bring in the festive mood.
It's also a good time to watch this film again because the Frazier History Museum has kicked-off its "65 Years of White Christmas" exhibit. The Frazier Museum in partnership with the Rosemary Clooney House will be showcasing authentic items from the film. As reported by WHAS11.
This includes the original sleigh used in the film, multiple costumes especially the iconic blue dresses worn by the actors, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen as they sang the song 'Sisters." This exhibition will also feature personal memorabilia from the actors, promotional posters, and the original soundtrack from the film at the museum.
This exhibit is back by popular demand for a behind-the-curtain celebration of the classic, and the museum even has replica backdrops in front of which you can recreate the scenes from the film and have your Instagram moment.
There are also interactive events like "Celebrating a Classic: Inside White Christmas" that is happening on December 4 which is a session with Nick Clooney, who is the brother of Rosemary Clooney, the lead actress of the film.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 6:10:00 AM