"As the most successful recording artist of all time; an abiding star of movies, radio, and television; and a firm believer in the wonders of technology, he helped to transform and define the cultural life not only of the United States, but of the world."

1903-1977

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raggedyandie:

I’ve posted this video at least half a dozen times, but this has to be my favorite movie. It’s one of my favorite tunes, and I absolutely adore Bing Crosby <3

rantingsofamoderndayglamourgirl:

Leo McCarey, Ingrid Bergman, and Bing Crosby with their Oscars (1945)

rantingsofamoderndayglamourgirl:

Leo McCarey, Ingrid Bergman, and Bing Crosby with their Oscars (1945)

konijnen:

Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters - You Don’t Have To Know The Language

oldehollywood:

Bing Crosby

oldehollywood:

Bing Crosby

promocaster:

Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly in High Society. The 1956 musical would be her final film before joining a really high society in Monaco.

promocaster:

Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly in High Society. The 1956 musical would be her final film before joining a really high society in Monaco.

pickurselfup:

Going Hollywood (1933)
Bing Crosby and Marion Davies

pickurselfup:

Going Hollywood (1933)

Bing Crosby and Marion Davies

onthetwentiethcentury:

Trailer for Road to Zanzibar, 1941. I love this film. Actually, I love all the Road To… films.

brittanyblair:

last one for now. Bingo!

brittanyblair:

last one for now. Bingo!