Judy Garland


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Related to Judy Garland: Marilyn Monroe, Mickey Rooney
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Noun1.Judy Garland - United States singer and film actress (1922-1969)Judy Garland - United States singer and film actress (1922-1969)
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Author John Carlyle isn't just a researcher doing yet another Hollywood expose: his UNDER THE RAINBOW: AN INTIMATE MEMOIR OF JUDY GARLAND, ROCK HUDSON & MY LIFE IN OLD HOLLYWOOD comes from an insider who was Judy Garland's on/off lover, and who tells of his life with her and encounters with her contemporaries.
A confessed Judy Garland fan, she opens with a light, gleeful rendition of "Get Happy," enlivened by a small brass ensemble.
JUDY Garland's dress in The Wizard of Oz is expected to fetch pounds 35,000 when it goes under the hammer later this month.
"They've finished working with their own companies and are hungry to do more work." Their "let's get together and create an event for ourselves" incentive is "like Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland," he laughs.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Federal authorities say they have recovered a pair of sequined ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in "The Wizard of Oz" that were stolen from a museum in her northern Minnesota hometown 13 years ago.
A WEDDING dress worn by the late Hollywood star Judy Garland is on show at the Museum of Style Icons.
A DRESS worn by Judy Garland as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz has sold for more than PS1m at auction.
HOLLYWOOD actress Lorna Luft, daughter of icon Judy Garland, has been making Ma Egerton's Stage Door her home while in town starring in the Judy Garland Songbook, playing at the Liverpool Empire.
1922: Actress and singer Judy Garland - A Star Is Born, The Wizard Of Oz - was born at Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
Judy Garland sang Over The Rainbow and way into movie history when she starred the Kansas youngster swept away by a tornado to the magical world of Oz in the1939 MGM movie.
NOT since Judy Garland, for an older generation, metamorphosed before their eyes from the child star of the Wizard of Oz to a drink and drug-ravaged lush, has there been a more stunning self-destruction.
Judy Garland was truly one of America's sweethearts.