Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
It's the most wonderful time of the year—as evidenced by this 1941 photo of Ingrid Bergman taking a break from Hollywood. Click though for 25 more snapshots of celebs at Yuletide.
Following the Swedish tradition, Saint Lucia—called the Queen of Light—ushers in the Christmas season for Bergman and her son Robertino.
Dolled up for the occasion, Marilyn takes a peek at one of her presents.
Clearly she was good for goodness' sake.
Ann Sheridan assists Santa (a cleverly disguised Mr. Grant) with his beard, to the delight of Lucille Ball.
Lucy and Desi
Who doesn't love Lucy under the mistletoe?
He doesn't look so blue this Christmas—even reading his induction notice from the draft board.
Princess Grace tends to gift wrapping in the Prince's Palace of Monaco.
Cozying up to Sinterklaas (aka Jolly Old Saint Nick).
"Ain't been round since you know when / Christmas time is here again"
At home in Rome, arranging the crèche, in 1953.
The blonde bombshell, circa 1960.
Having himself a merry little Christmas, 1954.
Seems to be chilly in that studio.
Bringin' goodies to the young and old.
Naughty or nice? Do you really have to ask?
Kittens staying warm by the fire.
Feeling pretty in a holiday portrait taken in 1961, the year she starred in both "West Side Story" and "Splendor in the Grass."
Bing Meets Bowie
On the set of the 1977 TV special "Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas."
With a carol in her heart.
A star at the top, Christmas 1956.
Alongside a stocking hung by the chimney with care, circa 1955.
Looking uncharacteristically sweet back in the 1930s. And why not—it's the holidays!
Come on, get happy—as she appears to be in this photo, taken 10 years before "The Partridge Family."
In 1951, when she was still a budding starlet—and had just been voted "the present all G.I.'s would like to find in their Christmas stocking."
Hey, those are for the tree!
Sometimes flattery will get you everywhere
Thunder only happens when it's raining—and this band went through a downpour
Fresh perspectives on aging in films that are genuinely moving or funny—and often both
Hit singles of the '70s and early '80s that had only one mission—to make you get up and dance
The Backwoods Barbie who became a country-pop icon
Major stars whose performances landed on the cutting room floor