In addition to talent, Crosby's savvy use of technology helped make him a multimedia star.
Bing Crosby recorded thousands of songs during the height of his career.
Bing Crosby, Maurice Chevalier and Carol Lawrence sing "Riding High."
Bing Crosby's family reflects on his life as a performer and family man.
Bing roasted Hollywood director Raoul Walsh after "Going Hollywood" wrapped in 1933.
Bing Crosby used his fame and wealth to help friends, acquaintances and strangers.
Michael Feinstein and Tony Bennett explain Crosby's intimate style of singing.
America's most famous crooners have a swell time singing a number from Guys and Dolls.
Director Robert Trachtenberg speaks about his new Bing Crosby documentary.
When Crosby's film career was at a crossroads, he found the perfect partner in Bob Hope.
Mike Nichols shares his thoughts on directing and the unconscious in this interview.
The acclaimed director speaks about the rare ability to never give up.
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