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Judy Garland on the MGM Backlot – Part Two

Judy Garland on the MGM Backlot – Part Two This second part of Judy Garland on the MGM Backlot focuses on Lot Three and the unknown sites of various scenes from Judy’s films.  These unknown locations were obviously part of the backlots but their exact locations are unknown.  Lot Three was the site of several


NEW SPOTLIGHT! Judy Garland on the Backlot This new spotlight section expands on the article published in the 2013 Garlands for Judy Holiday Edition.  Since that time, more research has brought to light interesting new details and clarification.  The spotlight also provides more in-depth information, lots of photos, and some fun facts.  Some that might

Judy Garland on the MGM Backlot – Part One

Judy Garland on the MGM Backlot – Part One Judy in costume on Lot Two for the “It’s A Great Day for the Irish” number in Little Nellie Kelly (1940). MGM had the greatest backlot in Hollywood history.  Actually, it was two backlots.  Think of it as a Disneyland for the movies, with dozens of

The Wizard of Oz – The Ultimate Oz

Release Date: November 17, 1993 This fantastic boxed set truly was the ultimate and definitive collector’s edition of The Wizard of Oz when it was released by MGM/UA Home Video and Turner Entertainment on November 17, 1993.  The film was presented in the most high-tech high-quality version yet possible with a newly restored print presented

The Wizard of Oz 1999 DVD

Release Date: October 19, 1999 This was actually the second DVD release of the film.  It had previously been released on a “film only” DVD on March 26, 1997, by MGM/UA.  This 1999 release was also the first of many from Warner Home Video, who had recently purchased the entire catalog of MGM films from

The Wizard of Oz 80th Anniversary

Release Date: October 29, 2019 Considering that Warner Home Video marked the 70th and 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz with deluxe boxed sets, fans assumed that the same would happen for the 80th anniversary.  Instead, the label released a modest set that featured the premiere of the film in the new 4K Ultra

The Wizard of Oz 75th Anniversary

Release Date: October 1, 2013 In June 2013, Warner Home video announced their upcoming release of The Wizard of Oz in another boxed set celebrating the film’s 75th anniversary, which was was well over a year away (August 2014).  The hook this time was the premiere of the film newly formatted in 3D.  The 3D

The Wizard of Oz 2005 DVD Sets

Release Date:  October 25, 2005 On October 25, 2005, Warner Home Video released The Wizard of Oz in a 3-disc deluxe collector’s set and a 2-disc regular set.  The film had recently been restored and remastered in the label’s new “Ultra Resolution” process.  This was the first time the film had been remastered since late

The Wizard of Oz 70th Anniversary

Released on September 29, 2009, the Blu-ray premiere of The Wizard of Oz was heavily promoted by Warner Home Video.  The deluxe boxed set (in two separate Standard DVD and Blu-ray versions) was part of a celebration of the film’s 70th anniversary.  The film was also released in various single disc, two-disc, standard and Blu-ray

Greatest Classic Films DVD Series

Greatest Classic Films Series Warner Home Video released a series of sets of repackaged DVDs at budget prices.  They were all stand-alone “film only” sets.  If a film had been released in a multiple-disc set, only the contents from the first disc of those sets were included.  Each set featured four films on two dual-layered

Greatest Classic Legends DVD Series

In the 2010s, Warner Home Video released a series of repackaged DVDs in themed boxed sets sold at budget prices.  All of the films featured were the single disc only versions, meaning no extras from previous boxed sets or two-disc releases were included.  The first set was the repackaging of The Mickey Rooney/Judy Garland Collection

That’s Entertainment!


That’s Entertainment! DVD Series

Check out The Judy Room’s Extensive Filmography Page on That’s Entertainment! here. Release Date: October 12, 2004 From the Warner Home Video sell sheet: That’s Entertainment! DVDs make their long-awaited DVD debut on OCTOBER 12th! That’s Entertainment! October 12th marks the long-awaited DVD debut of all 3 of MGM’s acclaimed song and dance compilations –

In The Good Old Summertime DVD

Release Date:  April 6, 2004 In The Good Old Summertime features several great musical performances by Judy, but it’s her comedic talents that really get to shine.  Judy and Van Johnson make a nice team and all of the performances are well done, including Buster Keaton in his final MGM film, and little 2-1/2-year-old Liza Minnelli

The Harvey Girls DVD

Release Date:  April 30, 2001 Judy’s musical follow-up to Meet Me In St. Louis, and one of her (and MGM’s) biggest hits.  The great production number “On The Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe” won the Oscar for Best Song.  This is essentially the same as the laserdisc edition, complete with the outtakes and audio

For Me And My Gal DVD

Release Date: April 6, 2004 Judy’s first adult role and Gene Kelly’s film debut, For Me And My Gal is one of Judy’s best films of her entire career.  It’s a joy to watch and if anyone needed convincing that Judy Garland was the ultimate “triple threat girl” show them this! Extras: La Fiesta de

Ziegfeld Girl DVD

Release Date:  April 6, 2004 Here’s a great example of the MGM “Dream Factory” at its apex. The film features outrageous and beautiful costumes by Adrian, spectacular musical numbers staged by Busby Berkeley, beautiful songs, scores of beautiful women (topped by stars Hedy Lamarr and Lana Turner), and Judy singing as only she can. In

Love Finds Andy Hardy DVD

Release Date: April 6, 2004 Love Finds Andy Hardy is the fourth film in the series and finds Andy (Mickey Rooney) frantically trying to juggle two girlfriends (Ann Rutherford and Lana Turner) at the same time. It’s the new kid next-door (Judy Garland in the first of three fondly remembered Andy Hardy appearances) who helps

The Clock DVD

Release Date: February 6, 2007 Judy’s only straight dramatic role during her career at MGM.  Directed by Vincente Minnelli and co-starring Robert Walker, The Clock is a beautiful wartime love story set against the backdrop of New York City.  Judy is at her peak and proves that her dramatic abilities more than match her legendary

Pigskin Parade DVD

Release Date:  May 22, 2007 Judy’s feature film debut, and her only loan-out to another studio while under contract to MGM.  Judy steals the show with her three songs: “The Texas Tornado”; “The Balboa”; and “It’s Love I’m After”. FEATURES: Full-frame Feature Making the Team: The Talent of Pigskin Parade Remembering Judy: Lorna Luft On

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