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
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.
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
"White Christmas" movie house - show finale snow -I always love that moment when they reach the finale, opening the doors to reveal the snow outside. Is this movie one of your holiday favorites, too? :-) Julia from Hooked on Houses, pinned 12-25-2015.