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Gar·land

(gar'lănd),
Hugh G., British neurologist 1903-1967. See: Marinesco-Garland syndrome.

Gar·land

(gar'lănd),
M., U.S. physician, 1848-1926. See: Garland triangle.
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You can see JUDY | - The Songbook of Judy Garland at the Pavilion Theatre from May 11 to 13.
Left, a 16-year-old Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale, the role which the talented singer and actress would forever be associated with
I couldn't be everyone's idea of Judy Garland as so many people have their own preconceptions of what she was like," she says.
Watch Judy Garland in a clip from 'The Wizard of Oz:'
You get an enhanced perspective of Judy Garland through this book and we feel Anne can really put her own stamp on that," Weinstein vice president of production and development Ben Famiglietti told Variety.
The Magic of Judy Garland is at Whitley Bay Playhouse tomorrow.
First, it helps to already be a Judy Garland devotee to appreciate her musicianship.
Judy Garland also performed solo concert performances as part of this amazing, wonderful TV show.
HOLLYWOOD actress Lorna Luft, daughter of icon Judy Garland, has been making Ma Egerton's Stage Door her home while in town starring in the Judy Garland Songbook, playing at the Liverpool Empire.
The songs featured on two Savoy Jazz releases-- "Hooray For Love" medley which appears on "Judy Garland and Friends: Duets" and the all-time classic "Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again" medley taken from "That Old Feeling: Classic Ballads From the Judy Garland Show"-are priceless recordings from the early 60's.
Judy Garland sang Over The Rainbow and way into movie history when she starred the Kansas youngster swept away by a tornado to the magical world of Oz in the1939 MGM movie.
NOT since Judy Garland, for an older generation, metamorphosed before their eyes from the child star of the Wizard of Oz to a drink and drug-ravaged lush, has there been a more stunning self-destruction.