Knowledge Identifier: +Judy_Garland
Following rumors that Frank Gumm had made sexual advances toward male ushers, the family relocated to Lancaster, California, in June 1926
Decca Records - Artists signed to American Decca in the 1930s and 1940s included Louis Armstrong, Charlie Kunz, Count Basie, Jimmie Lunceford, Jane Froman, The Boswell Sisters, Billie Holiday, Katherine Dunham, The Andrews Sisters, Ted Lewis, Judy Garland, The Mills Brothers, Billy Cotton, Guy Lombardo, Chick Webb, Louis Jordan, Bob Crosby, Bill Kenny & The Ink Spots, Dorsey Brothers , Connee Boswell and Jack Hylton, Victor Young, Earl Hines, Claude Hopkins, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Deanna Durbin - Durbin signed a contract with MGM in 1935 and made her first film appearance in a short subject, "Every Sunday" , with another young contract player, Judy Garland
Roger Edens - In 1935, he joined MGM as a musical supervisor and occasional composer and arranger, notably of music for Judy Garland
The duo first appeared together in the 1937 B movie "Thoroughbreds Don't Cry" as supporting characters
Mickey Rooney - Also in 1937, Rooney made his first film alongside Judy Garland with "Thoroughbreds Don't Cry"
Clark Gable - In the film Broadway Melody of 1938, Judy_Garland sings "You Made Me Love You" while looking at a composite picture of Gable.
Sound recording and reproduction - Major movie studios quickly developed three-track and four-track sound systems, and the first stereo sound recording for a commercial film was made by Judy Garland for the MGM movie "Listen, Darling" in 1938
There she made more than two dozen films, including nine with Mickey Rooney and the 1939 film with which she would be most identified, "The Wizard of Oz"
Margaret Hamilton - In 1939, Hamilton played the role of the Wicked Witch of the West, opposite Judy Garland's Dorothy Gale in "The Wizard of Oz", creating not only her most famous role, but one of the screen's most memorable villains
Kay Thompson - On an installment of "Tune-Up Time" in April 1939, 16-year-old Judy Garland was a guest
Gil Stratton - In addition to acting in several films, Stratton began working as a radio actor in the late 1940s, performing in such shows as "Lux Radio Theater", "The Great Gildersleeve", and "My Little Margie" He worked opposite Judy Garland in the 1950 radio adaptation of "The Wizard of Oz", and acted opposite Shirley Temple in a radio version of "The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer"
Johnny Mercer - In 1941, shortly after the death of his father, Mercer began an intense affair with 19-year old Judy Garland while she was engaged to composer David Rose
Fay Templeton - In the 1941 musical, "Babes on Broadway", Judy Garland performs an impression of Templeton singing "Mary's a Grand Old Name"
Morning Glory (1933 film) - In October, 1942, Lux Radio Theatre broadcast a radio adaptation of the film, starring Judy Garland as Eva Lovelace and Adolphe Menjou reprising his role of Louis Easton
Kathryn Grayson - It was announced in 1942 that Grayson would appear in "An American Symphony" with Judy Garland
They were married June 15, 1945, and on March 12, 1946, daughter Liza was born
James Gleason - He played a milk cart driver who gives lessons in marriage to Judy Garland and Robert Walker in the 1945 film "The Clock", while Lucille played his wife
Ziegfeld Follies - In 1946 M-G-M released a third feature motion picture on Ziegfeld's shows entitled "Ziegfeld Follies" with Fred Astaire, Judy Garland, Lena_Horne, William Powell, Gene Kelly, Fanny Brice, Red Skelton, Esther Williams, Cyd Charisse, Lucille Ball, Kathryn Grayson, and others performing songs and sketches similar to those from the original Follies
Cyd Charisse - In an early role, she had her first speaking part supporting Judy Garland in the 1946 film "The Harvey Girls"
Johnny Mercer - "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" was a big smash for Judy Garland in the 1946 film "The Harvey Girls", and earned Mercer the first of his four Academy *awards for Best Song, after eight unsuccessful nominations
After being advised by her doctor that she would only be able to work in four-to-five-day increments with extended rest periods between, MGM executive Arthur Freed made the decision to suspend her on July 18, 1948
Easter Parade (film) - "'Easter Parade"' is a 1948 American musical film starring Judy Garland, Fred_Astaire and Peter Lawford, featuring music by Irving Berlin, including some of Astaire and Garland's best-known songs, such as "Easter Parade", "Steppin' Out with My Baby", and "We're a Couple of Swells"
She was several hundred thousand dollars in debt to the Internal Revenue Service, having failed to pay taxes in 1951 and 1952, and the failure of "A Star is Born" meant that she received nothing from that investment
Garland and Luft were married on June 8, 1952, in Hollister, California
Dick Haymes - He teamed with female vocalist Helen Forrest for many hit duets during World War Two, including "Together," "I'll Buy That Dream," and "Long Ago and far Away"; he sang with Judy Garland on two Decca recordings of songs from his film "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim" with Betty_Grable; and he paired repeatedly with the very famous Andrews Sisters on a dozen or so Decca collaborations, including the Billboard hit "Teresa," "Great Day," "My Sin," and a masterful 1952 rendering of the dramatic ballad "Here in My Heart," backed by
George Cukor - In December 1952, Cukor was approached by Sid Luft, who proposed the director helm a musical remake of the 1937 film A Star is Born with his-wife Judy Garland in the lead role.
Kay Thompson - She served as an advisor to the 1957 Patti Page TV series "The Big Record", and was creative consultant and vocal arranger for "The Judy Garland Show", Judy Garland's highly rated 1962 television special with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, and she kept busy with nightclub and television performances, as well as overseeing her successful "Eloise" franchise
Ken Mansfield - Since the 1960s, Mansfield has been associated with an array of notable performers including The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Waylon Jennings, James Taylor, Roy Orbison, Don Ho, the Imperials, Tompall Glaser, Harry Nilsson, Glen Campbell, Buck Owens, Lou Rawls, Andy Williams, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Eric Burdon, Badfinger, Ray Stevens, Jackie Lomax, The Four Freshmen, Judy Garland, Dolly_Parton, David Cassidy, Nick Gilder, Claudine Longet and Jessi Colter
Cloris Leachman - The Englunds were Bel Air neighbors of Judy Garland and Sid Luft, and of their children, Lorna and Joey Luft, during the early 1960s
Torben Meyer - In 1961, at the age of 76, he got his best role in the classic "Judgment at Nuremberg" starring Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Richard Widmark, Marlene Dietrich, Maximilian Schell, Judy Garland and Montgomery Clift, playing the guilt-ridden "Werner Lampe", one of the ex-Nazi judges on trial whose inability to explain his actions is one of the most powerful moments
Robert Goulet - On December 7, 1962, Goulet made a memorable appearance on "The Jack Paar Show" with Judy Garland to promote their animated film "Gay Puree"
Lorna Luft - She made her showbusiness debut at age 11 singing "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" on the 1963 Christmas episode of her mother's CBS television series, "The Judy Garland Show"
A 1964 tour of Australia was largely disastrous
Festival Hall (Melbourne) - On 20 May 1964 Judy Garland performed at Festival Hall during her Australian Tour and was unable to finish the performance
In 1965 Garland's Australia tour promoter Mark Herron announced that they had married aboard a freighter off the coast of Hong_Kong; however, she was not legally divorced from Luft at the time the ceremony was performed
Cole Porter - In 1965, Judy Garland performed a medley of Porter's songs at the 37th Academy *awards shortly after Porter's death
Eli Lilly and Company - On June 22, 1969, secobarbital overdose was the cause of death of actress Judy Garland
Moosie Drier - Other roles from this period were in 1978 biographical dramas; Drier played a young Mickey Rooney in the 1978 Judy Garland biography "Rainbow", while in the Alan Freed bio "American Hot Wax", Drier played Artie Moress, the head of a Buddy Holly fan-club, who gives a tearful on-the-air memorial just after the famous plane crash
Jilly Rizzo - Inside was a piano bar where Judy Garland was known to sing while having a drink, In the early 80's the lounge closed and in 1985 Russian Samovar Restaurant was opened in its place
David Begelman - In 1993, a book by Coyne Steven Sanders about the history of Judy Garland's CBS Television series "The Judy Garland Show" devoted a chapter to possible embezzlement of Garland's funds by Begelman
Tracie Bennett - She was winner of "Celebrity Stars in their Eyes", as Judy Garland, in 2000
Joe Longthorne - In 2006, Longthorne performed again at the London Palladium, and in 2007 the Variety Club awarded him their Lifetime Achievement Award, which placed him amongst past recipients such as Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Ella_Fitzgerald, Wayne Dobson, Freddie "Parrot Faced" Davies and Gary Wilmot
Hollis Resnik - Resnik played Judy Garland in the 2014 Milwaukee Repertory Theatre production of End of the Rainbow
In January 2017, Garland's remains were removed from Ferncliff Cemetery at the request of her children and relocated to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles
Lorna Luft - Luft is the co-author of the 2018 book, "A Star Is Born: Judy Garland and the Film That Got Away