Judy Garland - c. 1930’s
Judy Garland paper doll set from 1945. The dolls are drawn by Regina Vallient and the clothing by Lee Lunger. (x)
What a little doll. I love footage/photos of the ~real Judy. She was so expressive and bubbly (especially in her early years), it’s such a treat to watch. :’)
The Wizard of Oz (1939), dir. Victor Fleming
Jack Haley, Judy Garland, and Ray Bolger in The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Judy Garland and Robert Stack photographed on a date whilst Stack was on leave from the army. C. 1941.
MGM starlets Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Jackie Cooper, Ann Rutherford, June Preisser and Virginia Wielder having fun at the pool in Malibu. June, 1939.
Hello, everybody. This is Mrs. Norman Maine.
A Star Is Born (dir. George Cukor); 1954.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY FRANCES ETHEL GUMM or JUDY GARLAND | June 10th,1922 - forever
“Nobody ever says how intelligent she was, or how witty. Stories about her are frozen in a pattern, as if she had no life after ‘Over the Rainbow.’ She was the best raconteur, the funniest woman I’ve ever seen. The depth and perception she brought to A Star is Born were extraordinary… I marvel at her sensitivity.” — George Cukor on Judy Garland