This is the U.K. 45 "extended play" version of highlights from the LP "Girls and More Girls."
The text on the back of the sleeve reads as follows:
Here are four of the world's favourite female entertainers, each a star of stage and screen in her own right. Each featured on this extended play in a song associated with her career.
Kathryn Grayson sings "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"
This s one of Jerome Kern's most durable creations and was originally featured in the musical hit of 1933 "Roberta", with lyrics by Otto Harbach. It was revived in the M.G.M. film version in 1952, "Lovely To Look At", starring Kathryn Grayson, Howard Keel, Red Skelton, Ann Miller, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Marge & Gower Champion. The orchestral backing is directed by Carmen Dragon in a soundtrack recording.
Ava Gardner sings "How Am I To Know"
Johnny Green and his Orchestra accompany Ava Gardner in this haunting melody which was featured in M.G.M.'s
"Pandora and the Flying Dutchman" in 1951.
Judy Garland sings "Love Of My Life"
From M.G.M.'s great film musical "The Pirate", starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly, in 1948, Judy Garland is accompanied by Lennie Hayton and the M.G.M. Studio Orchestra.
June Allyson sings "Just Imagine"
From the M.G.M. film "Good News starring June Allyson, Peter Lawford and Mel Tormé. June is accompanied by Lennie Hayton and the M.G.M. Studio Orchestra. The song was written by the famous song-writing team of DeSylva, Henderson and Brown.
Images on this page from the collection of Scott Brogan.
Check out the 12" LP version: TRACK
LISTING Judy Garland track in blue.