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    Holiday Inn (Paramount, 1942). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    In one of the most popular musicals of all time, Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby join forces for the first time as a song-and-dance team who, after Bing retires, open an inn that is only open on holidays. Irving Berlin got the idea for the film after writing the song "Easter Parade" for his 1933 show As Thousands Cheer. He later pitched the idea to producer Mark Sandrich, who got the ball rolling. This film will always be remembered as the one in which the immortal song "White Christmas" was introduced and sung by Crosby. But it also happens to be one of the most entertaining and delightful musicals ever to come out of Hollywood. Astaire and Crosby bring all their many talents to this wonderful film, abetted by the charming Marjorie Reynolds and Virginia Dale. Other songs (all composed by Berlin) include "Be Careful, It's My Heart," "Easter Parade," and "Abraham." There was edge wear with tears, small border chips, and tears on the folds with crossfold separation. There is touchup to the folds. Fine/Very Fine on Linen.


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