24 December 2023

Christmas Eve in 3D

Many years ago, SleuthSayers published a charming animated version of White Christmas as sung by the Drifters. This year I stumbled upon a 3D version. Given an excuse to compare and contrast whilst enjoying the Drifters, here are the two versions. Enjoy and a have a wonderful Christmas.

White Christmas, © 1942, composed by Irving Berlin, performed 1954 by the Drifters featuring Bill Pinkney (bass) and Clyde McPhatter (tenor).
  Original 2D animation by Joshua Held


  3D animation Dominique Gervais & Karen Dufour


Merry Christmas and happy New Year!


  1. Those are priceless. Thanks & I'm going to try & share the top version if I can.
    Merry Christmas Leigh. Love & hugs & stuff.

    1. Thanks, Jan, and merry Christmas. I'll help you with sharing if I can.

  2. Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays to all.

    1. And a happy Christmas to you. See you New Year's Eve!


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