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“I was born at the age of twelve on a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lot.” Judy Garland | BEGUILING HOLLYWOOD

Source: “I was born at the age of twelve on a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lot.” Judy Garland | BEGUILING HOLLYWOOD

12 comments on ““I was born at the age of twelve on a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lot.” Judy Garland | BEGUILING HOLLYWOOD

  1. Adrienne Morris
    06/24/2016

    I love Judy–especially in Meet Me in St Louis. As a kid I was very sad to learn she died. It started my morbid obsession with drugs (I was more a drug addict watcher than doer).

  2. First Night Design
    06/24/2016

    I adore Judy and this is one of my favourite shots – probably the best thing Roddy McDowell ever did. I was sad when she died and my mother was heartbroken because she was slightly obsessed with her! I’m sad you got into drugs but very glad you got out of all that.

  3. Adrienne Morris
    06/24/2016

    I didn’t get into drugs–I just dated boys who did drugs! I always thought I could save them–oh the naivete of youth!

  4. Mary
    06/24/2016

    She was something else wasn’t she? Awesome emotion and passion in her singing.

  5. First Night Design
    06/24/2016

    Without a doubt.

  6. hitandrun1964
    06/25/2016

    What a fabulous talent. ❤

  7. First Night Design
    06/25/2016

    Exquisite.

  8. tinkbug78
    11/09/2016

    Huge fan of Judy Garland I wish I got to meet her love all her movies. A star is born is my fav

  9. First Night Design
    11/09/2016

    My fave too. I was introduced to it by my parents from a very young age.

  10. tinkbug78
    11/09/2016

    I grew up watching her she has to go thou a lot when she died was a dad day in History

  11. First Night Design
    11/09/2016

    Yes.

  12. tinkbug78
    11/09/2016

    She couldn’t eat , her mom was Mean used her fame for herself

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