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Best White Christmas Quotes

White Christmas Quotes

  • I’m dreaming of a white Christmas, just like the ones I used to know.

    Irving Berlin
  • I’m dreaming of a white Christmas,
    Just like the ones I used to know,
    Where the tree tops glisten
    And children listen
    To hear sleigh bells in the snow.

    Irving Berlin
  • I’m dreaming of a white Christmas
    With every Christmas card I write
    May your days be merry and bright
    And may all your Christmases be white.

    Irving Berlin
  • Unless we make Christmas an occasion to share our blessings, all the snow in Alaska won’t make it ‘white’.

    Bing Crosby
  • When what’s left of you gets around to what’s left to be gotten, what’s left to be gotten won’t be worth getting whatever it is you’ve got left.

    Danny Kaye
  • I once bought my kids a set of batteries for Christmas with a note on it saying, toys not included.

    Bernard Manning
  • Pressure is something you feel when you do not know what you are doing.

    Chuck Noll
  • You see the Earth as a bright blue and white Christmas tree ornament in the black sky. It’s so small and so fragile – you realize that on that small spot is everything that means everything to you; all of history and art and death and birth and love.

    Rusty Schweickart
  • When you don’t know what you’re doing, fake it.

    Jill Shalvis
  • Well, you’re not exactly Superman, but you’re awfully available.

    Vera-Ellen
  • Know what you are talking about.

    Pope John Paul II
  • You’re at your best when you don’t know what you’re doing.

    Paul Stanley
  • Know what you’re talking about.

    George H. W. Bush
  • I was probably five years old or four years and I would listen to “White Christmas,” and I just thought it was the most beautiful thing ever. The musicianship and his voice and the melody of that song; it’s almost like I wish it wasn’t a Christmas song because I wish that you were allowed to listen to it all year.

    Michael Buble
  • Coming from Chicago, I like a white Christmas.

    Dennis Franz
  • In many ways, I think I’m a good person for it. I mean, I’m not a musical theater dude. Or rather, I don’t watch everything, and love everything, and have every album. The ones that I love – like I’ve seen The Wizard of Oz a hundred times. West Side Story I love. I love Singing in the Rain, I love White Christmas. I love the Dennis Potter ones like Singing Detective and Pennies from Heaven. I love Sondheim.

    James Ponsoldt
  • I grew up with the classics. My mom and I would sit and watch ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ and ‘White Christmas’ – those kind of movies.

    Lucas Grabeel
  • I loved ‘White Christmas’ for the music aspect. I was into musical theater.

    Lana Parrilla
  • I detest ‘Jingle Bells,’ ‘White Christmas,’ ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer,’ and the obscene spending bonanza that nowadays seems to occupy not just December, but November and much of October, too.

    Richard Dawkins

Delightful ‘White Christmas’ Quotes

  • “Well if that’s love, somebody goofed.” – Bob Wallace
  • “When what’s left of you gets around to what’s left to be gotten, what’s left to be gotten won’t be worth getting, whatever it is you’ve got left.” – Phil Davis
  • “Yesterday, she couldn’t sleep. Today, she won’t eat. She’s in love.” – Judy Haynes
  • “Oh, Phil, when are you going to learn that girls like that are a dime a dozen?” – Bob Wallace
  • “In some ways you’re far superior to my Cocker Spaniel.” – Phil Davis
  • “Well, I’m more the ‘I-don’t-mind-pushing-my-best-friend-into-but-I’m-scared-stiff-when-I-get-anywhere-close-to-it-myselfing’ kind.” – Phil Davis
  • “I want you to get married. I want you to have nine children. And if you only spend five minutes a day with each kid, that’s forty-five minutes, and I’d at least have time to go out and get a massage or something.” – Phil Davis
  • “Vermont must be beautiful this time of year…all that snow!” – Judy Haynes

Best ‘White Christmas’ Quotes

  • “How can a guy that ugly have the nerve to have sisters?” – Phil Davis
  • “May all your Christmases be white. Merry Christmas!” – Phil Davis, Bob Wallace, Betty Haynes, Judy Haynes
  • “That’s very funny. Ho, ho, ho. The crooner is becoming the comic.” – Phil Davis
  • “You don’t expect me to get serious with the kind of characters you and Rita have been throwing at me, do you?” – Bob Wallace
  • “Why, all of a sudden, are people so concerned about my eating habits? Why don’t people just leave me alone?” – Betty Haynes
  • “Well, I like that! Without so much as a ‘kiss my foot’ or ‘have an apple’.” – Doris Lenz
  • “My dear partner, when what’s left of you gets around to what’s left to be gotten, what’s left to be gotten won’t be worth getting, whatever it is you’ve got left.” – Phil Davis
  • “You didn’t expect me to come down in my bathrobe, did you?” – Gen. Thomas F. Waverly

Beloved ‘White Christmas’ Quotes

  • “Miss Haynes, if you’re ever under a falling building and someone offers to pick you up and carry you to safety, don’t think, don’t pause, don’t hesitate for a moment, just spit in his eye.” – Bob Wallace
  • “When I figure out what that means I’ll come up with a crushing reply.” – Bob Wallace
  • “Give me one reason, one good reason, why we should spend our last 2 hours in Florida looking at the sister’s of Freckle-Face Haynes, the dog-faced boy.” – Phil Davis
  • “There’s no Christmas in the Army!” – Gen. Thomas F. Waverly
  • “It’s cozier, isn’t it? Boy, girl, boy, girl.” – Phil Davis
  • “I want to wash my hands, my face, my hair with snow.” – Betty Haynes
  • “Oh, I hope I can take back the electric blanket back.” – Phil Davis
  • “Don’t you think we ought to kiss or something?” – Judy Haynes
  • “I don’t know what you see in this tall drink of charged water, but after you get to know him he’s almost endurable.” – Bob Wallace

“In some ways you’re far superior to my Cocker Spaniel.”
DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis

  • “- Major General Thomas F. Waverly: I got along very well in the Army without you.
    – Emma Allen: It took 15,000 men to take my place.”

    DEAN JAGGER – Major General Thomas F. Waverly
    MARY WICKES – Emma Allen

  • “Well, I’m more the ‘I-don’t-mind-pushing-my-best-friend-into-but-I’m-scared-stiff-when-I-get-anywhere-close-to-it-myselfing’ kind.”

    describing his kind to Judy

    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis

  • – Phil Davis: How much is “wow”?
    – Bob Wallace: It’s right in between, uh, between “ouch” and “boing”.

    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis
    BING CROSBY – Bob Wallace

  • Well, I like that! Without so much as a “kiss my foot” or “have an apple”.
    BARRIE CHASE – Doris Lenz

  • “- Phil Davis: My dear partner, when what’s left of you gets around to what’s left to be gotten, what’s left to be gotten won’t be worth getting, whatever it is you’ve got left.
    – Bob Wallace: When I figure out what that means, I’ll come up with a crushing reply.”

    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis
    BING CROSBY – Bob Wallace

  • “I want you to get married. I want you to have nine children. And if you only spend five minutes a day with each kid, that’s forty-five minutes, and I’d at least have time to go out and get a massage or something.”
    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis

  • “- Phil Davis: We wouldn’t be any good as generals.
    – Major General Thomas F. Waverly: You weren’t any good as privates.”

    DEAN JAGGER – Major General Thomas F. Waverly

  • “- Phil Davis: How can a guy that ugly have the nerve to have sisters?
    – Bob Wallace: Very braveparents, I guess.”

    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis
    BING CROSBY – Bob Wallace

  • “May all your Christmases be white. Merry Christmas!”

    in unison

    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis
    BOB WALLACE – Bob Wallace
    ROSEMARY CLOONEY – Betty Haynes
    VERA-ELLEN – Judy Haynes

  • “- Phil Davis: We seem to be getting a little mixed up.
    – Judy Haynes: Maybe it’s the music.
    – Phil Davis: Maybe it isn’t only the music.”

    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis
    VERA-ELLEN – Judy Haynes

  • “- Bob Wallace: How do you do?
    – Doris: Mutual, I’m sure.”

    BING CROSBY – Bob Wallace
    BARRIE CHASE – Doris Lenz

  • “Now the crooner is becoming the comic!”
    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis

  • “Vermont must be beautiful this time of year…all that snow!”
    VERA-ELLEN – Judy Haynes

  • “- Phil Davis: All right, they didn’t go to college. They didn’t go to Smith.
    – Bob Wallace: Go to Smith? She couldn’t even spell it.”

    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis
    BING CROSBY – Bob Wallace

  • “- Phil Davis: How can you stop an angry dog from biting you on Monday?
    – Betty Haynes: That joke is old. The answer is to kill the dog on Sunday!
    – Phil Davis: That’s not the way to stop a dog from biting you on Monday!
    – Betty Haynes: How would you bring the thing about?
    – Phil Davis: Have the doggy’s teeth pulled out!”

    DANNY KAYE – Phil Davis
    ROSEMARY CLOONEY – Betty Haynes

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