This 1954 Paramount musical is a semi-remake of Holiday Inn
(1942), which introduced the title song. Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye are a pair of nightclub performers who help an old army acquaintance (Dean Jagger) make a go of his resort hotel. Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen provide the love interest, and the whole thing is rather forced and antiseptically cheerful. Michael Curtiz directed, a long way from Casablanca
. With Sig Ruman, Grady Sutton, and Mary Wickes.
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