Bing Crosby: Screen Legend Collection
Bing Crosby's extraordinary singing, striking good looks and captivating screen presence made him a Hollywood legend. Five of his most timeless musicals can be enjoyed time and time again in the Bing Crosby: Screen Legend Collection. Featuring co-stars Martha Raye, Betty Hutton, Joan Blondell and Gloria Jean, these classic films illustrate the seemingly effortless acting and mellow singing style of an eternal screen legend.
Waikki Wedding (1937)
It's up to press agent Tony Marvin (Bing Crosby) to maintain the "aloha" spirit when a beauty pageant winner (Shirley Ross) decides her grand prize trip to the islands is less than paradise.
Double Or Nothing (1937)
The odds are in favor of fun when an eccentric millionaire's will has four honest people scrambling to double their received sum in thirty days in order to gain the entire estate.
East Side Of Heaven (1939)
Cob driver Denny Martin (Bing Crosby) is driving to a new tune when he reluctantly receives an abandoned infant and embarks on a hilariously twisted path to find the baby's parents.
If I Had My Way (1940)
A little money, a lot of music, and a whole lot of manpower help a hopeful construction worker (Bing Crosby) and an orphaned girl (Gloria Jean) find her uncle and build a bustling business.
Here Come The Waves (1944)
Ahoy sailor! Bing makes waves in Uncle Sam's fleet as a swinging crooner who decides to join the Navy and immediately sail into choppy romantic seas with two twin sisters.