The Top Quotes From The Movie 'White Christmas'

Voted and ranked by our movie fans, we present to you the ultimate list of the best quotes from White Christmas. This holiday classic has been a staple in many households for decades, bringing joy and laughter to families all around. From heartwarming moments to hilarious one-liners, this film has it all.

Set against the backdrop of snow-covered Vermont, White Christmas tells the story of two World War II buddies who team up with a sister act to save their former commanding officer's failing inn. Along the way, they encounter love, misunderstandings, and plenty of musical numbers that will have you tapping your feet.

The dialogue in this film is as iconic as its cast members - Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera-Ellen. Each line is delivered with precision and charm that will leave you smiling long after the credits roll. Whether it's Bing Crosby singing "I'm dreaming of a white Christmas" or Danny Kaye quipping "Everybody thinks I'm swell," there's something for everyone in this timeless classic.

So sit back with some hot cocoa and enjoy these unforgettable quotes from White Christmas. And don't forget to vote up your favorites on our list.

  • 1
    25 VOTES

    I Got Along Very Well in the Army

    Gen. Thomas F. Waverly: I got along very well in the Army without you.

    Emma Allen: It took 15,000 men to take my place.

    25 votes
  • 2
    23 VOTES


    Phil Davis: How much is "wow"?

    Bob Wallace: It's right in between, uh, between "ouch" and "boing".

    Phil Davis: Wow!

    23 votes
  • 3
    22 VOTES

    Take Care of Our Friends

    Phil Davis: We like to take care of our friends.

    Betty Haynes: We're practically strangers!

    Phil Davis: Well... well, we'd like to take care of that, too.

    Judy Haynes: But... but you might get yourself in an awful jam. Why should you? I mean, what's in it for you?

    Phil Davis: Forty-five minutes all to myself.

    22 votes
  • 4
    14 VOTES

    Cocker Spaniel

    Phil Davis: You know, in some ways, you're far superior to my cocker spaniel.

    14 votes
  • 5
    12 VOTES


    Mr. Herring, General's Party Guest: How do you do?

    Doris: Mutual, I'm sure.

    12 votes
  • 6
    16 VOTES

    A Dime a Dozen

    Bob Wallace: Oh, Phil, when are you gonna learn that girls like that are a dime a dozen?

    Phil Davis: Please, don't quote me the price when I haven't got the time.

    16 votes