Bing Crosby

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United States singer and film actor (1904-1977)

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As a fan, Jerry also spent thousands of dollars buying the definitive collection of Bing Crosby artefacts and says: "Everyone begged me to save the theatre and obtain the collection, but we need more use of the facility.
When it came to the cinema, Scrooge was a 1951 hit and White Christmas with Bing Crosby three years later.
The X-Factor winner is the 1/2 favourite to hit top spot but Bryn Terfel and Bing Crosby are at 16/1.
Sent off at just over 7-1 for the Grade 1 Bing Crosby on his synthetictrack debut, the six-year-old stalked the pace just off the rail before finishing a length and a half behind Smiling Tiger.
Headley made it a record four Bing Crosby victories Sunday when he saddled Street Boss, the West's top sprinter, for a one-length victory over defending champion In Summation in the $300,000 Grade I race at sixfurlongs on Polytrack.
Who could forget Bing Crosby and the many others that Dan mentioned.
Arthur Colahan's tune became a worldwide No1 in the 1950s when it was recorded by Bing Crosby.
A HUGE collection of Bing Crosby memorabilia was sold last week, raising thousands for a dedicated fan.
One also finds that many great names in the history of American jazz and popular music, such as Bing Crosby, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Jack Teagarden and Bix Beiderbecke, honed their craft as part of Whiteman's organization.
The families and holiday gatherings in these "new" Christmas classics are hilariously dysfunctional, and when Perry Como of Bing Crosby croons in the background it's for ironic effect.
Dorothy Lamour once described what it was like to work with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope in the "Road" pictures: "I felt like a wonderful sandwich, a slice of white bread between two slices of ham," she said.
As far as Ashton is concerned, I am reminded of how the singer Bing Crosby, asked to comment on Frank Sinatra, reportedly replied, "Sinatra has a voice that comes once in a lifetime--too bad it had to come in mine.
A man is being evicted from his council home after making his neighbours' lives a misery by playing Bing Crosby records too loudly.
The dream is of a white Christmas; the singer is Bing Crosby.
And for those who think of Bing Crosby as the "White Christmas" guy, dig "There Ain't No Sweet Man (Worth the Salt of My Tears)," his pronouns-be-damned 1928 recording with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra.