We had our first flurries of snow and an arctic-like blast the day after Thanksgiving. It brought to mind one of my favorite holiday songs, Baby It's Cold Outside, from the 1948 film Neptune's Daughter, with a young and gorgeous Ricardo Montalban and glamorous Esther Williams. So many artists have recorded this song, but my favorite versions are the ones by Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer (1949), and then the more contemporary version from Elf with Zooey Deschanel's rich alto voice in the humorous shower scene with Will Ferrell. The one below is the original with Ricardo Montalban and Esther Williams, followed immediately by the version with Red Skelton and Betty Garrett from the same film, which is quite humorous, with the female and male roles being reversed. Enjoy!