15. (tie) “Holiday Inn” (1942) / “Scrooged” (1988)
These two wildly different films tied for 15th place on our readers’ list. In “Holiday Inn,” Bing Crosby (far left), Fred Astaire (not pictured), and Marjorie Reynolds sing and dance their way through the holiday season as the men compete for the lady’s attention. Did someone say dance off? In the innovative “Scrooged,” Bill Murray (right) is selfish TV executive Frank Cross, but may as well be named Ebenezer.