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In 1954, Hollywood knew what day mattered most to most veterans. "White Christmas" became a blockbuster, but not because of its catchy tunes, girls with glam and crooners with charm. It wasn't the marquee names, either. Sure, Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye were big draws. But the emotional core of the movie was Dean Jagger. The superb character actor played a retired general running an inn in...

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