Did you know? Berlin changed a lyric for the movie. The song "Gee, I Wish I Was Back In The Army" has a lyric about seeing "Jolson, Hope And Benny all for free" — reference to wartime entertainers Al Jolson, Bob Hope, and Jack Benny.
The original words were "Crosby, Hope and Jolson all for free," but when Bing Crosby was cast, leaving it as-is would break the fourth wall. ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know? General Waverly's Columbia Inn in fictional Pine Tree, Vermont, made its debut a decade before, in Holiday Inn Movie . The set on the Paramount lot was refurbished for the Irving Berlin White Christmas movie. ... See MoreSee Less