Where was the movie 'White Christmas' filmed?
Filming of "White Christmas" On a sound stage, at a Hollywood movie studio.
The majority of the filming was done at Paramount Studios, using a refurbished set from an earlier Bing Crosby movie, Holiday Inn. The train scene was done at Fox studios, as Fox already had a train set.
White Christmas is a 1954 musical that starred Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, and featured the songs of Irving Berlin, including the popular "White Christmas". The film was directed by Michael Curtiz and singers Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen were the co-stars. This movie was the first to be filmed in the new "VistaVision" process.
There is no information available that says "White Christmas" was written for a specific instrument. Irving Berlin was assigned to write a song about each of the major holidays for the movie "Holiday Inn". "White Christmas" is the song he wrote as the Christmas song which was used in the movie which was released in August of 1942.
It takes place in the fictional town of Hohman, Indiana based upon the actual city of Hammond, Indiana where author Jean Shepard gew up. The school scenes in the movie were filmed in St. Catharine's Ontario, Canada, the Christmas tree purchasing scene in Toronto, Ontario and Raphie's home and neighborhood were filmed in Cleveland, Ohio (with the exception of the ""...only I didn't say fudge" scene which was filmed on Cherry Street in Toronto).