Judy Garland

Judy Garland

  • Birthday: 1922-06-10
  • Deathday: 1969-06-22
  • Place of birth: Grand Rapids, Minnesota, USA
  • Also know as: Frances Ethel Gumm

Biography

Judy Garland (1922–1969) was an American actress and singer. After appearing in vaudeville with her sisters, Garland was signed to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. There she made more than two dozen films, including nine with Mickey Rooney and "The Wizard of Oz". After fifteen years, Garland was released from the studio but gained renewed success through concert appearances and later a return to acting. Through a career, Garland attained international stardom as an actress in musical and dramatic roles, as a recording artist, and on the concert stage. She received a juvenile Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award as well as a Grammy Award, and a Special Tony Award. She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for "A Star is Born" (1954) and Best Supporting Actress for "Judgement at Nuremberg" (1961). At forty, she was the youngest recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in the motion picture industry. In 1997, Garland was posthumously awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Several of her recordings have been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. In 1999, the American Film Institute placed her among the ten greatest female stars in the history of American cinema.

Filmography

The Wizard of Oz

1939

As Dorothy Gale

Meet Me in St. Louis

1944

As Esther Smith

A Star Is Born

1954

As Vicki Lester

Gay Purr-ee

1962

As Mewsette (voice)

In the Good Old Summertime

1949

As Veronica Fisher

Ziegfeld Girl

1941

As Susan Gallagher

For Me and My Gal

1942

As Jo Hayden

The Pirate

1948

As Manuela Alva

The Harvey Girls

1946

As Susan Bradley

Easter Parade

1948

As Hannah Brown

Summer Stock

1950

As Jane Falbury

Presenting Lily Mars

1943

As Lily Mars

Little Nellie Kelly

1940

As Nellie Noonan Kelly / Little Nellie Kelly

Every Sunday

1936

As Judy

The Clock

1945

As Alice Maybery

Listen, Darling

1938

As Pinkie Wingate

I Could Go on Singing

1963

As Jenny Bowman

Thoroughbreds Don't Cry

1937

As Cricket West

Bubbles

1930

As Herself (uncredited)

MGM Christmas Trailer

1937

As Herself

We Must Have Music

1942

As Herself

Judy Garland: By Myself

2004

As Self (archive footage)

The Big Revue

1929

As Herself

Babes in Arms

1939

As Patsy Barton

Girl Crazy

1943

As Ginger Gray

Everybody Sing

1938

As Judy Bellaire

Babes on Broadway

1941

As Penny Morris

Strike Up the Band

1940

As Mary Holden

A Child Is Waiting

1963

As Jean Hansen

Strictly G.I.

1943

As Herself

Alone. Life Wastes Andy Hardy

1998

As (archive footage)

If I Forget You

1940

As Judy Garland

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic

1990

As Self (archive footage)

March of Dimes

1938

As Judy

Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe

1998

As Self - Archival Footage (voice)

Life Begins for Andy Hardy

1941

As Betsy Booth

Till the Clouds Roll By

1946

As Marilyn Miller

That's Entertainment, Part II

1976

As (archive footage)

Hollywood Musicals of the 40's

2000

As Self (archive footage)

Sid & Judy

2019

As Self (archive footage)

Ziegfeld Follies

1945

As Star (segment A Great Lady Has An Interview)

Andy Hardy Meets Debutante

1940

As Betsy Booth

Love Finds Andy Hardy

1938

As Betsy Booth

Music According to Tom Jobim

2012

As Self (archive footage)

1939: Hollywood's Greatest Year

2009

As Self (archive footage)

Judgment at Nuremberg

1961

As Irene Hoffman Wallner

Broadway Melody of 1938

1937

As Betty Clayton

Pigskin Parade

1936

As Sairy Dodd

The Men Who Made the Movies: Vincente Minnelli

1973

As Self (archive footage)

My Music: A Classic Christmas

2019

As Self (archive footage)

Words and Music

1948

As Judy Garland

Thousands Cheer

1943

As Judy Garland

Gene Kelly: Anatomy of a Dancer

2002

As Self (archive footage)

La La La

2018

As Various Roles (archive footage)

Hollywood’s Children

1982

As Self (archive footage)

Chita Rivera: A Lot Of Livin' To Do

2015

As Self (archive footage)

Hollywood : la vie rêvée de Lana Turner

2019

As Self (archive footage)

The Polio Crusade

2009

As Archive Footage (from March of Dimes)

Peter Allen: The Boy From Oz

1995

As Self (archive footage)

Pepe

1960

As Vocalist on Radio (voice)

Andy Hardy Comes Home

1958

As Betsy Booth (archive footage) (uncredited)

The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender

1997

As Self (archive footage)

Showbiz Goes to War

1982

As (archive footage)

You're the Top: The Cole Porter Story

1990

As Self (archive footage)

That's Entertainment!

1974

As (archive footage)

That's Entertainment! III

1994

As (archive footage)

Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage

1983

As Self (archive footage) (uncredited)

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

1975

As Self (archive footage)

And the Oscar Goes To...

2014

As Self (archive footage)

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