Judy Garland (born Frances Ethel Gumm; June 10, 1922 – June 22, 1969) was an American actress and singer.While critically acclaimed for many different roles throughout her career, she is widely known for playing the part of Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz (1939).
Judy Garland, splendeurs et chutes d'une légende, par Bertrand Tessier, éditions L'archipel, 2019; Bertrand Tessier est également le réalisateur d'un documentaire, Judy Garland / Vincente Minnelli, diffusé sur OCS et Sky Arts. Articles connexes. Judy Garland, la vie d'une étoile; Judy Garland, icône gay (en)
20/03/2018 · Who Was Judy Garland? Judy Garland signed a movie contract with MGM at the age of 13. In 1939, she scored one of her greatest on-screen successes with The Wizard of Oz.In 1950, MGM dropped her ...
This fragrance, simply entitled "Judy", showcases a hint of the official Judy Garland Rose with the addition of Dark Orchid, Coriander, and a medley of sultry Gourmand and spice notes, modernizing this fragrance to an all-inclusive and gender-neutral scent, with a selling of $140 per bottle.
Judy Garland was born Francis Ethel Gumm in Grand Rapids, Minnesota in 1922. Her parents were vaudevillians who operated a movie theatre that featured vaudeville acts. Judy was a toddler when she joined her two older sisters in singing "Jingle Bells" from the stage of her parents' theatre.
23/10/2021 · When Judy Garland died of a drug overdose after struggling with addiction at age 47 in 1969, many were sad but few were surprised. Unfortunately, how she died was all too similar to how she lived. “I’m always being painted a more tragic figure than I am,” Judy Garland said in 1962.
Get Happy celebrates the life and artistry of the legendary Judy Garland. Her Carnegie Hall debut in 1961 has become one of the most storied evenings in the Hall’s history, the live recording going on to win five Grammy Awards, making Garland the first solo woman to win the coveted Album of the Year. On the heels of her sold-out Carnegie Hall concert last season, Broadway’s Jessica Vosk ...