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Judy Collins goes over the rainbowAccess AtlantaIn 1939, the year Judy Garland debuted the tune “Over the Rainbow” in “The Wizard of Oz,” another Judy was making her debut to the world. ...and more »
The Almanac -- weeklyistockAnalyst.com (press release)In 1935, 13-year-old Judy Garland signed her first contract with MGM. In 1939, after 19 days of heavy air raids and artillery bombardment, Polish defenders ...and more »
'The Glass Menagerie' sparklesHarwich OracleBased on one of his short stories by a different name, Williams first turned it into a screenplay, envisioning Ethel Barrymore and Judy Garland as the two ...and more »
Lorna Luft helps New West Symphony kick off its first Pops Series on SundayVentura County Starand selections from her show and 2007 album, “Songs My Mother Taught Me” — her mother, of course, was the late American icon Judy Garland. ...The Los Angeles Independent - Community Newspaper Serving Hollywood and West ...Los Angeles Independentall 4 news articles »
Chesterton Wizard of Oz Festival set to beginChesterton TribuneAdmission is $15 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Picture Yorself in Oz, 10 am to 3:30 pm, 101 Broadway. ...and more »
Spare Times: For ChildrenNew York TimesChildren will make garlands or treats, march in a procession and sculpture Ganesh from clay. (Through Sept. 25.) From 2 to 3 pm, Rubin Museum of Art, ...and more »
ANDREA McARDLE Leads Musical Theatre West's ANNIE 10/29Broadway WorldIn addition to ANNIE, Andrea's film and television credits include starring as Judy Garland in RAINBOW, appearing in THE LEADING LADIES OF BROADWAY on PBS, ...and more »
Spare Times: For ChildrenNew York TimesThe road, which starts with a wax figure of Judy Garland as Dorothy, leads into the Poppy Fields and a huge re-creation of the Emerald City. ...and more »
Judy Garland LIve - Command Performance (1943) - Over the Rainbow "Over the Rainbow" (often referred to as "Somewhere Over the Rainbow") is a classic ballad song with music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by EY Harburg. It was written for the movie The Wizard of Oz, and was sung by Judy Garland in that movie. Over time it would become Garland's signature song. The song is number one of the "Songs of the Century" list compiled by the Recording Industry Association of America and the National Endowment for the Arts. The American Film Institute also ranked Over the Rainbow the greatest movie song of all time on the list of "AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs". It was adopted (along with Irving Berlin's "White Christmas") by American troops in Europe in World War II as a symbol of the United States. Judy Garland (June 10, 1922 -- June 22, 1969) was an American actress and singer. Through a career that spanned 45 of her 47 years, Garland attained international stardom as an actress in musical and dramatic roles, as a recording artist and on the concert stage. Respected for her versatility, she received a Juvenile Academy Award, won a Golden Globe Award, received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her work in films, as well as Grammy Awards and a Special Tony Award. After appearing in vaudeville with her sisters, Garland was signed to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as a teenager. There she made more than two dozen films, including nine with Mickey Rooney and the 1939 film with which she would be most ...
Mellowed dramatic musicianCourier MailHis brilliance is often in his ambition. After the wildly successful Judy Garland Carnegie Hall concert, he wrote and performed his first opera Prima Donna ...and more »
Spare Times: For ChildrenNew York TimesChildren will make garlands or treats, march in a procession and sculpture Ganesh from clay. (Through Sept. 25.) From 2 to 3 pm, Rubin Museum of Art, ...and more »
Judy Garland sing "In Between" from the movie, Love Finds Andy Hardy. Here are the words for the song. Enjoy! :D If you want, I can up-load clip and songs from Judy Garland's other movies. :D Fifteen thousand times a day I hear a voice within me say Hide yourself behind the screen You shouldn't be heard you shouldn't be seen Your just an awful in between I'm past the stage of doll and carriage I'm not the age to think of marriage I'm too old for toys and I'm too young for boys I'm just an between I'm not a child all children bore me I'm not a grown up, grown ups ignore me And in every sense I'm just on the fence I'm just an between I'm be glad when momma let's me go to dances and have romances I'll be glad to have a party dress that boys will adore a dress that touches the floor I'm sick and tired of bedtime stores I'm so inspired by love and glories But I guess that it's no use, I still get mother Goose I'm just an in between I'm allow to go to pictures show that is if nurse is feeling able But we only go to Mickey Mouse I'm not allowed Clark Cable it's such an imposition for a girl who's got ambition To be an in between My Dad says I should bother more About my lack of grammar Huh, the only things that bothers me is my lack of glamor Why if I could use a lipstick and a powder pop who know I might be garbo in the rough Instead of in between I'll be glad when uncle Jim can't call me precious child that simply drives me wild I'll be glad to have a date that doesn't grow on ...
I think the greatest honor I can give Judy is to share her legacy. My channel is one way ... another is to share with my 2 year old Granddaughter, Jade. It is astounding to see the effect Judy has even on small children. All I did was bring up my channel, inviting Jade to show me what Judy song she wanted to listen to. ... Everything else is unprompted & unscripted. Well ... I did ask 'Who's that?' ... 'Judy, Judy, Judy ... ' In this clip, Jade shares her Love For Judy. Her favorite song right now is 'From This Moment On'. You'll see that she appreciates the notes Judy hits, too ... throwing back her head with an 'OOhh!', clapping & saying 'Thank you.' I started my introduction to Jade with Judy's music, her singing ... not 'The Wizard Of Oz'. Not yet ... In a few years. Jade insisted on sitting in her 'Huggies' box while watching. I just smiled. For Judy ... For Jade ... For All The Generations To Come. www.youtube.com
Tribute to Judy Garland. Even though she had alot of problems in her life she still was a good mum to her children.
Judy Garland only performed "Over The Rainbow" twice during her many television appearances, which spanned 14 years. She performed it on her first TV Special, "Ford Star Jubilee" in the episode called "The Judy Garland Special" in 1955, and sang it to her children on The Christmas Edition of her weekly TV show "The Judy Garland Show" (1963). Here Judy is dressed up as the tramp character she played when doing a duet with Fred Astaire in the film 'Easter Parade'. Judy sings the song so sad and mournfully here it makes me cry, and it makes Judy cry too. We can only wonder what she was thinking about that got her so upset. Perhaps she was thinking about how different her life was compared to the song's lyrics. It's very upsetting. I love you Judy.
This was at my last school choir concert for 6th grade. We'll miss you Mr Leger!
ME AND MY SHADOW. Part 5 of Judy Garland's last ever performance at the Palace Theater in New York City. Recorded August 26, 1967. Part five features John Bubbles singing Me And My Shadow while Judy and her children dance.
Judy performed 'The Things I Love' only once that I know of ... This song is the essence of The Things I Love about Judy. Research has been challenging, like a treasure map to oblivion ... where this song - performed by Judy - has been for a long time. All roads seem to lead to The Chase & Sanborn Hour, September 7, 1941. The video is also seldom seen footage of Judy, from different angles, at the Savoy Hotel in London, donating presents to The Variety Club for underprivileged children. I interlaced it with clip/photo themes from the words in the song. Written by Harold Barlow and Lewis Harris. The glow of sunset in the Summer sky, The golden flicker of the firefly, The gleam of lovelight in your lovely eye, These are the things I love. A silver moonbeam peepin' through the trees, A bed of tulips noddin' in the breeze, The look you gave in answer to my pleas, These are the things I love. Oh, once I thought that life was just a Winter thing, My heart was cold; And then you came to me, And like a breath of Spring, You turned the silver to gold. The robin's serenade when day is through, The babbling brook beside our rendezvous, your sweet voice whispering, "Darling I love you!", These are the things I love. www.youtube.com *No copyright infringement intended* *All audio/video content remains in the sole ownership of their creator* *For entertainment purposes only*
The Judy Garland Show, Judy Garland and her children Liza Minnelli, Lorna and Joey Luft singing consider yourself,1963.
I apologize a thousand times for me moving in the background!!!!!!! And i do not own any of this material; it is purely fanmade. I made this video for Christmas; A collection of video clips and pictures from Meet Me in St. Louis, and the song of course is in the title. Merry Christmas, everyone!!! (The clips at the beginning of course are from the Judy Garland Show! :))
Performed by Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien in the film 'Meet Me in St. Louis', 1944. This is a High Quality, Full Screen Close Up. I also included an audio excerpt of Margaret O'Brien from Larry King Live, with photo overlay. She tells an endearing story about 'The Cake Walk Hat', Judy's gift to her. ... Of all her talents - singing, acting, dancing - Judy found her greatest love with children. Under The Bamboo Tree Words and music by Robert Cole and J. Rosamund Johnson, 1902 *ESTHER* Down in the jungles lived a maid Of royal blood though dusky shade *TOOTIE* A marked impression once she made Upon a Zulu *ESTHER* From Matabooloo *TOOTIE* And every morning he would be Down underneath the bamboo tree *ESTHER* A Waitin' there his love to see *TOOTIE* And then to her he's sing *BOTH* To her he'd sing If you like-a me, like I like-a you and we like-a both the same I like-a say this very day, I like-a change your name. 'Cause I love-a you and lov-a you true and if you-a love-a me One live as two, two live as one Under the bamboo tree *No copyright infringement intended* www.youtube.com
Here's the intro to the episode #3 of The Judy Garland Show when Liza Minnelli was the guest star. That's a beautiful performance with Judy singing Gershwin's song "Liza" while surrounded by pictures of her daughter. You can tell how proud Judy was of her baby. *"Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away)" was written in 1929 for the Broadway musical, Show Girl. It is said that this song was the reason why Judy choose the name Liza for her daughter. Liza once said in an interview that her father told her once that when her mother was pregnant she woke up in the middle of the night, woke him up and said out of nowhere 'Liza Minnelli would look great on a marquee!' and went right back to sleep, and that's how the name was chosen.* *Ira Gershwin who wrote the lyrics (his brother George composed the melody) was Liza's godfather.*
Judy Garland singing, "Smilin' Through," recorded July 10, 1945. This is dear to my heart, it was my Mom's favorite Judy Garland song. :)
...classic variety shows. On “The Judy Garland Show,” the late singer invited viewers into her “home” — a living room set where Garland’s children, Liza Minnelli, Lorna and Joey Luft, decorated the tree and had “visitors”: Garland’s singing pals Jack Jones and...
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Performed by Judy Garland with Louis Jourdan as part of the 'Children's Songs Medley' on Episode #19 of 'The Judy Garland Show,' taped January 17, 1964. I integrated animated video overlay from 'Snow White' with Judy & Louis Jourdan. I love the effect. Judy was fond of childrens classic stories, from 'The Wizard Of Oz' & 'Cinderella' (Radio drama) ... to this wonderful performance of 'Someday My Prince Will Come'. As a Mother, she was admired for the rapport & love she shared with her own Children ... For all Children, Judy was in touch with their hearts ... as they were with hers. This is for Judy ... from Judy ... to all the Children ... & to those of us who are still Children at heart. 'Some Day My Prince Will Come' is a popular song from Walt Disney's 1937 animated movie 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'. It was written by Larry Morey (lyrics) & Frank Churchill (music), and performed by Adriana Caselotti (Snow White's voice in the movie). (*Someday my prince will come Someday I'll find a love And how thrilling that moment will be When the prince of my dreams comes to me He'll whisper I love you And steal a kiss or two Though he may be far away I will find my love someday) Someday we'll say and do The things we've been longing to And I'll know him the moment we meet For my heart will start skipping a beat Someday (*when my dreams come true) Somewhere waiting for me There's someone I'm longing to see Someone I can't help but adore Who will thrill me for ever more ...
Katia 11 of Coldplay Kids performs Easter Parade with her 12 year old brother Aidan Children of Aurore Adamkiewicz
At Home At The Palace. Here, Judy Garland sings another great song from her stint at the Palace Theatre. This concert also featured Lorna and Joey Luft, two of her children.
Intro of the second volume of The Judy Garland Show with guest star Ray Bolger! Year: 1963 I DO NOT OWN.
Judy Garland in A Star Is Born, 1954. This is a High Quality, Full Screen Close Up. By request: 'Please, could you give us the scene from a "Star is Born" where Judy ( Esther ) talks to Charles Bickford in the dressing room? Considering her troubles, I think this may be the most honest piece of acting I've ever seen. Nobody gave Judy her due for the quality of her dramatic work.' I couldn't have said it better ... & I decided to really zoom in on Judy here. My apologies to Mr Bickford, but I wanted to see the depth of Judy's dramatic abilities. Actually, I think this is more than drama. Judy is describing herself, & those who love her ... the dynamics of destruction & addiction ... 'Love isn't enough'. This scene tells me that Judy was more aware of herself than perhaps she has been credited for. As George Cukor said - & I included some of his words - 'You know what this is about'. Yes, I think Judy knew. A Star Is Born is Judy's story ... & almost, it seems, a premonition. When you see photos of her in the last few years of her life, what do you see? I know what I see ... someone who is dieing. People around her saw it, too. Watch the Anita O'Day video that's posted here on Youtube. www.youtube.com I have said it before, I believe Judy knew she was dieing. How could she not know? Many have said that the end of 'The Judy Garland Show' was the beginning of her end. Yes, it was, ... but it was the loss of her children, not being able to take care of them, that was her ...
Performed by Judy Garland in A Star Is Born, 1954. This is a High Quality, Close Up.Considered to be one of the greatest musical sequences ever created. Many genius talents contributed to this masterpiece. Born In A Trunk was written by Leonard Gershe & Rogers Edens. Black Bottom Written by DeSylva, Brown & Henderson They call it black bottom A new swisher, a sure galloon, an old sister They clap their hands and do the raggedy trot Hot! Old fellows with flamenco & young fellows the way they go They jump right in and give it all that they've got Then one night something happened dame fortune showed her face The star got sick and I was told to go on in her place. But, she recovered. Oh well! Black bottom, a new rhythm when you spot'em, you go with'em And do that black, black, black, black bottom You wont be blue when you have got'em If you do that black, black, black, black bottom all day. But finally I got an offer to sing in New York And I wired I'm on my way I had visions that this would be a fabulous, famous cafe. Filled with high society, elegant, and spruce. And I pictured me the epitome of a very chic chanteuse. The Peanut Vendor Written by Simon, Sunshine & Gilbert Peanuts! Through every city, town, and country lane You'll hear him sing his plaintive little strain And as he goes by, to you he'll say Sing Melancholy Baby Peanuts! The little children like to trail along, They like to hear the peanut vendor's song, They all laugh with glee when he will say Sing ...
The Capitol Records version, recorded in 1956. Another video can be seen on YouTube of Judy singing this song to a photograph of her son. This video is dedicated to Judy's children and all the children who got touched by her voice.
Interview with famed Munchkin Margaret Pellegrini. Pellegrini held two roles in the 1939 Wizard of Oz classic. "I was one of the Sleepy Heads in the bird's nest, and also one of the gals who wore a flower pot hat. They put me right in the front row!" Ever since then, the flower pot hat has been her trademark. When Alabama born and raised Pellegrini was 14 years old, she visited the Tennessee State Fair to help her brother in law pass out potato chip samples. "Some little people came down the walkway and asked if I'd like to join up with their midget show. I said no!" But at the same time the teenager didn't know she was going to be a little person. "I had no idea I was going to stay small, but I guess they saw something in me that made them know before I did. They said that I might change my mind and told me they'd keep in touch." Soon she got a letter from a Hollywood agent asking if she'd like to be in a motion picture called the Wizard of Oz. "I was so excited. I would get room and board, transportation and $50 a week for six weeks of filming. We decided I could take the job!" Since she was only fifteen and on a to train to Hollywood all by herself they appointed another little person to be her guardian for the trip. "Judy Garland was a sweet girl - a typical teenager and she loved the munchkins," recalls Pellegrini. "During film breaks, Judy would sit and chat with us on the Yellow Brick Road. We were all so amazed to be working with a star - but she was equally ...
PLEASE NOTE I DO NOT OWN MATERIAL IN THIS VIDEO IT IS PURELY FAN MADE!!! Basicly a collection of Judy Garland pictures of her children, (some) movies she made (mostly) behind the scenes, and lobby cards for her films. Hope you like. The songs I used are; Blue Butterfly, Hang Onto Rainbows, When the Butterflies Kiss the Buttercups Goodbye, Over the Rainbow, Tom the Piper's Son, Look for the Silver Lining, Zing Went the Strings of My Heart, and I Could Go on Singing. :)
A young Judy Garland singing 'In Between' from her first appearance with Mickey Rooney in the Andy Hardy series, 'Love Finds Andy Hardy'. Filmed in 1938, it is, of course, one of her earlier films ... before being catapulted into lifelong fame with the 'Wizard Of Oz. ' This song is Judy's lament of her youth. I created a closer view ... every nuance of expression is captured here. The music & lyrics were written by Judy's mentor, Roger Edens. A marvelous tribute to his genius! *No copyright infringement intended* www.youtube.com
*NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED IN UPLOADING THIS VIDEO. Judy Garland (born Frances Ethel Gumm, June 10, 1922 June 22, 1969) was an American actress and singer. Through a career that spanned 45 of her 47 years, Garland attained international stardom as an actress in musical and dramatic roles, as a recording artist and on the concert stage. Respected for her versatility, she received a Juvenile Academy Award, won a Golden Globe Award, received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her work in films, as well as Grammy Awards and a Tony Award. She had a contralto singing range. After appearing in vaudeville with her sisters, Garland was signed to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as a teenager. There she made more than two dozen films, including nine with Mickey Rooney, and the film with which she would be most identified, The Wizard of Oz (1939). After 15 years, Garland was released from the studio but gained renewed success through record-breaking concert appearances, including a critically acclaimed Carnegie Hall concert, a well-regarded but short-lived television series and a return to film acting beginning with A Star Is Born (1954). Despite her professional triumphs, Garland battled personal problems throughout her life. Insecure about her appearance, her feelings were compounded by film executives who told her she was unattractive and overweight. Plied with drugs to control her weight and increase her productivity, Garland endured a decades-long struggle with addiction. Garland ...
A favourite song of mine.....it was recorded in 1957....hope you enjoy rx
Judy celebrates the 1 year anniversary of her triumph at Carnegie Hall. Part 1 of 3. A RARE interview, to my knowledge never before widely re-broadcast since the original. Includes photo overlay & rare footage from the concert. The audio was in a state of tragedy, & I did what I could to repair. Not pristene, but still okay. Judy talks alot about her music, the arrangements & composers ... her love from & to her audience ... her children. This concert is - & always will be - a historic event. *No copyright infringement intended.* www.youtube.com
A brief featurette & trailer, I Could Go On Singing. Judy played a highly creative role in this movie, contributing entire scenes written by herself & Dirk Bogarde. In addition to A Star Is Born, this film is from Judy ... her heart is here. Judy's greatest fear was losing her children. This movie, in many ways, was an expression of that emotion. Featured interview by Robert Osborne with Charles Busch, actor & playwright. *No copyright infringement intended* www.youtube.com
Judy Garland sings 'Lorna' to her second daughter, Lorna Luft.
'The history of my life is in my songs'. Judy Garland. The world is reawakening to the musical legacy given to us by an enigmatic genius. In this video, hopefully I am pulling back the curtain just a little more. ... For Liza, Lorna, & Joe. Jesse & Vanessa. May the light of Judy Garland's legacy shine forever. *No copyright infringement intended* Ol Man River & Through The Years are highlighted songs. Clips of Judy with her children. This is for them ... & the many generations to follow. It is the legacy of a Mother, a Grandmother, ... a Lady Of Songs, A Muse who lived among us for a short while filling our souls with wonderous dreams. For all the tears & laughter, sorrow & joy ... forever in our hearts. I hope this series has given you as much pleasure watching/listening as I had creating. Video clips: American Masters & A&E Biography. *All photo backgounds used remain in the sole ownership of thier creator.* *No copyright infringement intended.* www.youtube.com www.amazon.com
For Brittney. :D
Lorna Luft & Judy Garland - Somebody's Daughter, Somebody's Son - Part 6. Part of a UK documentary series focusing on the children of various show business icons who discuss their parents' lives away from the limelight. This was aired in the UK in 2004
Lorna Luft & Judy Garland - Somebody's Daughter, Somebody's Son - Part 5. Part of a UK documentary series focusing on the children of various show business icons who discuss their parents' lives away from the limelight. This was aired in the UK in 2004
Lorna Luft & Judy Garland - Somebody's Daughter, Somebody's Son - Part 4. Part of a UK documentary series focusing on the children of various show business icons who discuss their parents' lives away from the limelight. This was aired in the UK in 2004
Lorna Luft & Judy Garland - Somebody's Daughter, Somebody's Son - Part 3. Part of a UK documentary series focusing on the children of various show business icons who discuss their parents' lives away from the limelight. This was aired in the UK in 2004
Lorna Luft & Judy Garland - Somebody's Daughter, Somebody's Son - Part 2. Part of a UK documentary series focusing on the children of various show business icons who discuss their parents' lives away from the limelight. This was aired in the UK in 2004
Lorna Luft & Judy Garland - Somebody's Daughter, Somebody's Son - Part 1. Part of a UK documentary series focusing on the children of various show business icons who discuss their parents' lives away from the limelight. This was aired in the UK in 2004
Judy is joined by Mel Torme, Jack Jones, her children (Liza, Lorna and Joey) and others in this traditional Christmas Carol Medley. This performance is from episode #15, the Christmas special, of the Judy Garland Show. It was filmed on December 6, 1963 and aired on December 22, 1963. DVDs of the Judy Garland Show are available to purchase or rent in various configurations. Some additional excerpts from the show are available for viewing at www.theBestArts.com Browse our website at www.theBestArts.com for more great dance, music and musical theatre performances.
I made a tribute to Mick and Judy around 8 months ago, but unfortunately it was taken down due to copyright issues. I made a new, one, with lots of good (I think!) clips and pics of the pair of them. Please rate and comment!