"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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Bing Crosby sings Moonlight Becomes You from the Paramount picture Road to Morocco (My personal favourite of the Road To… films)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy “Dottie” Lamour sing Moonlight Becomes You, with comical voice switching! It never fails to make me laugh, especially when Bon has Bing’s voice for the first time.

celluloidheros:

The Road To Morocco (1942)

celluloidheros:

The Road To Morocco (1942)

oldprojectionroom:

Road To Morocco (1942)
Nothing says friendship like cannibalism~

Desperation has no thought of friendship.

oldprojectionroom:

Road To Morocco (1942)

Nothing says friendship like cannibalism~

Desperation has no thought of friendship.

oldprojectionroom:

Road To Morocco (1942)

It gets funnier the more you watch it!

oldprojectionroom:

Road To Morocco (1942)

It gets funnier the more you watch it!

Bing Crosby sings Ain’t Got a Dime to My Name (Ho Hum) from Road to Morocco, 1942.

matthewedwards:

I want to watch Holiday Inn RIGHT NOW.

matthewedwards:

I want to watch Holiday Inn RIGHT NOW.

onthetwentiethcentury:

Bing Crosby and Bob Hope sing ROAD TO MOROCCO

A brilliant song, I’ve been listening to it all day!

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour in Road to Morocco, 1942

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour in Road to Morocco, 1942

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour in Road to Morocco, 1942

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour in Road to Morocco, 1942

Bing Crosby and chorus sing Abraham from Holiday Inn, 1942