Judy Takes TV

by Edgar Penton Oxnard Press-Courier November 2, 1963 In the premiere of the new weekly Judy Garland Show in September, guest star Donald O’Connor got a howl from Judy and the hep studio audience by telling her he doubted the possibility of a Judy Garland show...

This Is What I Believe

October 1946 Screenland [Note: This article was originally posted on judygarland.net (original website is no longer online) by Rita Piro––thought it was worth reposting and credit should go to her for collecting said article and scanning it to text] WHEN SCREENLAND...

Let’s Get Personal

Modern Screen October 1940 Revealing Intimate and Intriguing Tidbits About Judy Garland Judy has what she calls “insane” food habits. She likes to eat corn on the cob with grape jelly. (She once dropped an ear of corn in some grape jelly by accident and it tasted...

Poor But Happy

by Jim Newton May 1955 Modern Screen They’re living on borrowed money—but Judy isn’t worried. She’s won back her public, there’s a new baby to dream about and all’s right with the world. Judy Garland’s third husband, Sid Luft,...

The Wizardry of Oz

by Dixie Willson August 1939 Photoplay The magic of modern movie-making at it’s miracle best breathes life into that beloved classic of childhood. AND so M-G-M’s art department was given a script labeled “Wizard of Oz”; a movie script of that...