TV Mini-Series | TV-PG | | Biography, Drama, Music
The Judy Garland story from the 1930s until her death.
Final film appearance of longtime Canadian actor Al Waxman who played Louis B. Mayer; he died before the film was first broadcast.
Since I was twelve years old they've been taking me out the closet and winding me up to sing and stuffing me back in again. Well maybe I don't feel like singing.
When Roger Edens and Vincente Minnelli are talking to Judy about being suspended, you can clearly her her daughter, Liza practicing her lines off camera saying "Mama watch me, watch this"
The DVD version of the film has a number at the Palace theatre removed from the body of the film, but is retained as an extra feature on the disc.
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