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The Vermont Inn set in the movie is a refurbished version of the inn from Holiday Inn, in which Bing Crosby also starred. | 15 Things You Didn't Know About "White Christmas"

The Vermont Inn set in the movie is a refurbished version of the inn from Holiday Inn, in which Bing Crosby also starred. | 15 Things You Didn't Know About "White Christmas"

21 Things You Didn't Know About The Movie, "WHITE CHRISTMAS" --   #4:   General Waverly's Columbia Inn in fictional Pine Tree, Vermont, made it's debut a decade before, in Holiday Inn. The set on the Paramount lot was refurbished for the next Christmas classic.

21 Things You Didn't Know About The Movie, "WHITE CHRISTMAS" -- #4: General Waverly's Columbia Inn in fictional Pine Tree, Vermont, made it's debut a decade before, in Holiday Inn. The set on the Paramount lot was refurbished for the next Christmas classic.

2General Waverly's Columbia Inn in fictional Pine Tree, Vermont, made it's debut a decade before, in Holiday Inn. The set on the Paramount lot was refurbished for the next Christmas classic.Things You Didn't Know About "White Christmas" - GoodHousekeeping.com

2General Waverly's Columbia Inn in fictional Pine Tree, Vermont, made it's debut a decade before, in Holiday Inn. The set on the Paramount lot was refurbished for the next Christmas classic.Things You Didn't Know About "White Christmas" - GoodHousekeeping.com

The structure where most of the action takes place in 1954's White Christmas is technically not a house, but rather an inn. Though the Columbia Inn in Pine Tree, Vermont was only a set built at Paramount Studios soundstage, we can just picture ourselves in this cozy country setting with a mug of hot cocoa, listening to Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney sing Christmas classics.   - CountryLiving.com

The structure where most of the action takes place in 1954's White Christmas is technically not a house, but rather an inn. Though the Columbia Inn in Pine Tree, Vermont was only a set built at Paramount Studios soundstage, we can just picture ourselves in this cozy country setting with a mug of hot cocoa, listening to Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney sing Christmas classics. - CountryLiving.com

I think this might be why I wanted a B in the first place.  Do you remember White Christmas?  The Columbia Inn, Pine Tree, Vermont.  :D

I think this might be why I wanted a B in the first place. Do you remember White Christmas? The Columbia Inn, Pine Tree, Vermont. :D

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