We Ranked Bing Crosby Movies. Do You Agree With Us?
The original singer of "White Christmas", Bing Crosby was the most famous multimedia star of his era. His movies are riveting productions for both older and newer generations alike. Your grandmother would probably even tell you she had a crush on him when he was in his prime.
Bing Crosby is not just the star of some of the most popular Christmas movies, but of films of all genres. He's been a part of many film series', as well as some standalone movies. Without Crosby's contribution, who knows what film culture would be like today!
What are some of your favorite Bing Crosby classic movies? Check out our full list of our favorites, and don't forget to vote for your own!
White Christmas (1954)
White Christmas stars four singers, Bob Wallace (Bing Crosby), Phil Davis (Danny Kaye), Betty Haynes (Rosemary Clooney), and Judy Haynes (Vera-Ellen) who plan a Christmas musical extravaganza in order to save an old friend's failing country inn.
Holiday Inn (1942)
This Christmas classic tells the story of Jim Hardy (Bing Crosby) and Ted Hanover (Fred Astaire) who reunite after personal differences when Jim opens a holidays-only live entertainment venue.
Going My Way (1944)
Bing Crosby stars as Father O'Malley, a young priest who joins a tough neighborhood parish in midtown Manhattan, with an especially judgmental Father Fitzgibbon (Barry Fitzgerald). He proves himself by forming a boys choir among the youth of the parish.
The Bells Of St. Mary's (1945)
Father O'Malley (Bing Crosby) finds himself in a conflict when he's transferred to the Roman Catholic inner-city school, St. Mary's. O'Malley believes the school's deteriorating state is unsalvageable, but Sister Mary (Ingrid Bergman) and the other nuns still have hope.
High Society (1956)
Tracy Samantha Lord (Grace Kelly) is a woman in high demand. Although she has a wedding coming up, her suitors, one being Dexter Haven (Big Crosby), work hard to ultimately win her heart.
Road To Singapore (1940)
Josh (Bing Crosby) and Ace (Bob Hope) are both being pressured into unwanted marriages. They decide to run away to Singapore, where they meet a radiant and gorgeous dancer Mima (Dorothy Lamour) who falls for both men.
Road To Morocco (1942)
A starving vagabond named Jeff (Bing Crosby) sells his best friend Orville (Bob Hope) into slavery in order to buy food. Much later, things get complicated when Jeff learns that Orville is now engaged to the Moroccan Princess Shalmar (Dorothy Lamour).
The Country Girl (1954)
The Country Girl stars Frank Elgin (Bing Crosby), a once-popular Broadway star whose glory days are long gone. The real drama unfolds when he's given a second chance at his career by director Bernie Dodd (William Holden).
Welcome Stranger (1947)
Dr. Jim Pearson (Bing Crosby) fills in for Dr. Joseph McCrory (Barry Fitzgerald) who takes a little vacation from his practice. However, McCrory dislikes Pearson's professional style, and it isn't until he suffers an emergency that the two doctors come to terms.
Here Comes The Waves (1944)
Bing Crosby is a singing sailor who falls in love with a service-woman. The only problem is that her identical twin sister can't stand him.