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Judy Garland Posters Autographs

Judy Garland (1922-1969)
Original Vintage Movie Posters, Autographs and Spectacular Historical Memorabilia 


Collectors and enthusiastic  fans collect Judy Garland autographs and memorabilia because they seek to capture the essence of a one-of-a-kind Hollywood icon.    Ms Garland's timeless musical prowess, her enduring cinematic roles, and her captivating stage performances have left an indelible mark on entertainment history.   The rare historical memorabilia she left behind serves as a cherished connection to the Golden Age of Hollywood, evoking the glamour and enchantment of that bygone era.   Yet, it's not just her artistic brilliance that draws admirers; Judy Garland's tumultuous life and her ultimate triumph over adversity make her a symbol of resilience and inspiration. Her autographs and memorabilia represent not only a tangible piece of cinematic history but also a gateway to the captivating, inspiring, and multi-faceted world of a Hollywood legend.


Judy Garland's performance as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (1939) won her a special Oscar and gave her a theme song for the rest of her life: "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."

"That Old Man River keeps rolling along" was one of the many songs that Judy Garland recorded. She was born in 1922 in the Upper Mississippi River town of Grand Rapids, Minnesota, where the Judy Garland Museum takes up an entire floor of the old grade school. A block away is the site of the home where Garland spent the first five years of her life. That spot is now occupied by a multiplex cinema in the town's only shopping center. Garland's father operated the only movie theater in Grand Rapids until he moved the family to California in 1927. Garland made her stage debut at that Grand Rapids theater with her two older sisters. In 1934 the Gumm Sisters performed in Chicago during the World's Fair there. That is where Frances Gumm was advised to change her name to Judy Garland. Her voice got her into film acting when she was 13 and kept her in demand for stage and television performances after her film career was over. The Judy Garland in the later movies was much slimmer than the teenager who co-starred with Mickey Rooney and who played Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz". The final display in The Judy Garland Museum blames the pills she started taking in the 1940s to achieve the streamlined figure Hollywood wanted her to have for her early death at the age of 47.


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