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Happy Holidays: The Best of the Andy Williams Christmas Specials (2001)

A look back at the Andy Williams Christmas specials over the years. Includes clips from the yearly Christmas specials and interviews with Donny Osmond, Bobby Williams, and Andy Williams himself.

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A look back at the Andy Williams Christmas specials over the years. Includes clips from the yearly Christmas specials and interviews with Donny Osmond, Bobby Williams, and Andy Williams himself.

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Hey, hey, Andy Williams was no Bing Crosby
21 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

These Christmas specials were very popular in their day, but for my money, they weren't the best that Christmas had to offer. Both Andy Williams specials and Bing Crosby specials were regular Christmas offerings. Andy was a good enough crooner, but he wasn't Bing and I do feel he should have refrained from singing "White Christmas" because his rendition didn't hold a candle to "Der Bingle's". He didn't have quite the guest stars except for the one appearance by Bob Hope. Also, the songs were not as well placed with sacred songs popping up in the midst of popular secular renditions. Also, there just wasn't the number of familiar songs that one expects in a TV Christmas variety show. However, it is good to see the kind of absolutely pure and respectful Christmas show which Andy put on.


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