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Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Ten

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Ten

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Ten

TITLE: WIZARD OF OZ, THE (1939) ¥ PERS: GARLAND, JUDY ¥ YEAR: 1939 ¥ DIR: FLEMING, VICTOR ¥ REF: WIZ001KP ¥ CREDIT: [ THE KOBAL COLLECTION / MGM ]

This is the last blog for awhile on Judy Garland, but I won’t stop finding out more about her. I’ll be happy to find more information about her and I will always update my blogs, for this blog, entitled Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Ten may not be the last one, only just for now. I hope you return tomorrow for someone you might want to know, and listen to their albums as well.

Death

On June 22, 1969, Deans found Garland dead in the bathroom of their rented mews house in Chelsea, London; she was 47 years old...

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Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Nine

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Nine

In Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Nine, I’m typing you about Judy Garland downfall, how she went from a movie star, to a Tv actor. It’s hard to be up for so long that falling down a hole, to a cancelled Tv show. The drugs maybe an excuse, to her death, but I think, her fall played a big part of it. Read some more, and listen to my album of her, afterwards.

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Nine

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Nine

The Judy Garland Show

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Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Nine

With Dean Martin and

Frank Sinatra (1962)

In 1961, Garland and CBS settled their contract disputes with the help of her new agent, Freddie Fields, and negotiated a new round of specials...

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Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Eight

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Eight

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Eight

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Eight

Eight parts for someone I like to hear her do Over The Rainbow, but I like to get everything that has anything to with my favorite topic(I have other topics, like making up stories and watering my invisible car, with the door on the hood, where I can walk in and go to my invisible pool and bathtub where I have fashion models in. The only trouble is, I don’t know where I parked my invisible car at, who knows, I could get a ticket, from the invisible police, which means I have to go to the pound, where I got my invisible dog, that reminds me, I have to put a missing dog sign on my lawn, because I believe my invisible dog ran away. now back into to my reality, Here is Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Eight.

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Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Seven

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Seven

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Seven

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Seven

Yes I know, I just did a blog of Judy Garland, yesterday, but that’s a long time ago, speaking of time(hey it worked yesterday, why not today), this blog is called Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Seven. I hope you are learning something new about Judy Garland, and I have anew album to share with you, I also hope you enjoy it, like I am.

Appearances on Bing Crosby’s radio show

Garland was a frequent guest on Kraft Music Hall, hosted by her friend Bing Crosby. Following Garland’s second suicide attempt, Crosby, knowing she was depressed and running out of money, invited her on to his radio show – the first of the new season, on October 11, 1950.

She was standing in the wings of it trembling with fear...

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Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Six

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Six

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Six

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Six

Yes I know, it’s been awhile since I did Part Five, but I had something on my mind, and I lost track of time. Speaking of time, this blog has something about time, and it’s called Life And Times Of Judy Garland(I told you it has time in it).

Leaving MGM

During filming for The Pirate in April 1947, Garland suffered a nervous breakdown and was placed in a private sanitarium. She was able to complete filming, but in July, she made her first suicide attempt, making minor cuts to her wrist with a broken glass. During this period, she spent two weeks in treatment at the Austen Riggs Center, a psychiatric hospital in Stockbridge, Massachusetts...

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Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Eight

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Eight

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Eight

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Eight

I’m prude to type(I’m not speaking, so how could I be saying anything, when I’m typing, instead), to my new blog,Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Eight, which is also my last blog about her at this time.

Personal life

Since her retirement from films, Day has lived in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. She has many pets and adopts stray animals. She granted an ABC telephone interview on her birthday in 2016, which was accompanied by photos of her life and career.

Day is a lifelong Republican, and supported George W. Bush’s presidential campaign in 2000...

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Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Seven

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Seven

Life And  Times Of Doris Day Part Seven

life And Times Of Doris Day Part Seven

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Seven

It’s me again with other blog entitled Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Seven, I’mm hoping you like this one because I know that I do and I’m hoping we like the same thing.

2000s

Doris Day has participated in interviews and celebrations of her birthday with an annual Doris Day music marathon. In July 2008, she appeared on the Southern California radio show of longtime friend, newscaster George Putnam.

Doris Day turned down a tribute offer from the American Film Institute and from the Kennedy Center Honors because they require attendance in person. In 2004, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President George W...

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Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Six

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Six

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Six

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Six

Well, It’s been awhile, but she’s worth it, Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Six was something I so much wanted to do, but what happened to me this year, I could never complete it, but why type you something you don’t care. Br that rude, I know when I can take a hint, I didn’t have to type a letter and wake up this morning( or is it wake down, I never know what I’m saying, until I say it in words, that’s why I have 17′ MacBook Pro,to think for me), however I don’t want to read this paragraph either, so never mind me I been up all night, and I get a little weird(er), when I haven’t slept...

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The Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Five

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Five

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Five

Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Five

Even today, I can’t see Judy Garland any older than twelve, but I have to move beyond The Wizard Of Oz and do what she after Dorothy. In Life And Times Of Judy Garland Part Five, I get to just that.

Adult stardom

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Life And Timess Of Judy Garland Part Five

Judy Garland sings “The Trolley Song” in Meet Me in St. Louis (1944): This was one of the first films in her career which gave her the opportunity to be the attractive leading lady, rather than the dowdy girl next door.

In 1940, she starred in three films: Andy Hardy Meets Debutante, Strike Up the Band, and Little Nellie Kelly. In the last, she played her first adult role, a dual role of both mother and daughter...

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Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Five

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Five

Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Five

Well I thought I would cool it for awhile, but I really like Doris Day, so without hesitation here’s Life And Times Of Doris Day Part Five, I hope you like it. Well I do and I’m going to reread it, and listen to the album as well.

Bankruptcy and television career

When her third husband Martin Melcher died on April 20, 1968, a shocked Day discovered that Melcher and his business partner Jerome Bernard Rosenthal had squandered her earnings, leaving her deeply in debt. Rosenthal had been her attorney since 1949, when he represented her in her uncontested divorce action against her second husband, saxophonist George W. Weidler...

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