Judy Garland and Van Johnson in the love scene at the end of In The Good Old Summertime.
A fifteen year old Judy Garland starts this song in a wonderful cantor style, then finishes with a rockin' swing tempo. It's still the young Judy's voice but you can hear the adult Judy starting to come through.
Every Little Movement Has a Meaning of It's Own from Presenting Lily Mars. Judy Garland and Mary Kent sweep you away with this dreamy little song about acting....and much more.
Judy lifts you up with this great song from Summer Stock
Judy Garland brings a simple tune with a simple lyric to life vividly with her hopeful interpretation.
Judy Garland, the quintessential girl next door. The wholesome, vivacious, lovely young woman so full of life. Can she be a temptress? Certainly there is more depth in her eyes and heart than any cheesecake cutout could have. Perhaps that makes her even more tempting.
Judy sings a WWII song lamenting the departure of soldiers for the field of battle. I put in a few scenes from For Me and My Gal and The Clock.
A more mature 23 year old Judy Garland Sings her signature song from 1937 on the Mail Call radio program in 1945. The video clips are from Thoroughbreds Don't Cry and Everybody Sing
Lily Mars chases John Thornway 'til he catches her. She sings her love song to him as we go along.
Judy Garland doing a solo rendition of the famous Judy and Mickey duet I Wish I Were in Love Again.