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Her iconic role as Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz Her small, delicate physical presence Deep sultry voice Powerful, wide-ranged vocals Trivia 84 She was considered an icon in the gay community in the s and s. Her death and the loss of that emotional icon in has been thought to be a contributing factor to the feeling of the passing of an era that helped spark the Stonewall Riots that began the modern gay rights advocacy movement. They were married in Mandarin by a Buddhist monk, and the validity of this marriage is not clear.

There is surviving footage of Garland performing the lead role of Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun before she was replaced by Betty Hutton , and this has been included in many documentaries. III , which for the first time assembled raw unedited footage for two musical numbers and presented them as they would have looked had the film been completed with Garland.

Originally screen-tested and signed to play the main supporting role of Helen Lawson, in Valley of the Dolls The studio even provided her with a pool table in her dressing room at her request. Eventually she backed out of the film and was ultimately replaced by Susan Hayward. She kept her costume when she walked off the film, and proceeded to wear the sequined pantsuit while performing in concerts around the world. Campbell funeral home at Madison Ave.

Ex-husband Vincente Minnelli did not attend. James Mason delivered the eulogy. Her body had been stored in a temporary crypt for over one year. The reason for this is that no one had come forward to pay the expense of moving her to a permanent resting spot at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, NY. Liza then took on the task of raising the funds to have her properly buried.

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Death was caused by an "incautious self-overdosage of Seconal" which had raised the barbiturate level in her body beyond its tolerance. She heard the same phrase in two movies: The day she died, there was a tornado in Kansas. Liza Minnelli said that Judy planned on calling her autobiography "Ho-Hum".

So James Mason did it instead. She could view a piece of music once and have the entire thing memorized. In she was posthumously awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Favorite actor was Robert Donat best known for his portrayal of the title character in the film Goodbye, Mr. She discouraged her children from entering show business, pointing out her financial and health problems resulting from the nature of the entertainment business.

Nevertheless, two of her children, Liza Minnelli and Lorna Luft both became entertainers. Her son Joe lives in relative anonymity as a freelance photographer.

She experienced financial difficulties in the s due to her overspending, periods of unemployment, owing of back taxes and embezzlement of funds by her business manager. The IRS garnished most of her concert revenues in the late s. Her financial difficulties combined with her erratic behavior due to her drug dependencies helped break up her marriages and estrange her children from her a year before her death.

In any event, it was a heartbreak from which she never really recovered and which has remained a matter of some controversy ever since. Always had crooked front teeth, for which an MGM dentist fitted her with removable caps to wear in her films, including The Wizard of Oz Has a special variety of rose named after her. The petals are yellow Garland adored yellow roses and the tips are bright red.

She was of English, along with some Scottish and Irish, descent. In she received a Special Tony Award "for an important contribution to the revival of vaudeville through her recent stint at the Palace Theatre". When she married Vincente Minnelli , Louis B. Mayer gave her away. Had weight problems most of her life. Drastic weight fluctuations often affected continuity in her films and can be seen in Words and Music and Summer Stock In order to hide her pregnant stomach she was hidden behind stacks of dishes while singing "Look For The Silver Lining".

She had also recorded a song "Do You Love Me", which was cut before release. Her scenes were directed by her then husband Vincente Minnelli. With Judy Garland on the Dawn Patrol" portrayed Garland as hopelessly drug-addicted, unprofessional and a horror to work with. Mayer who feared that pregnancy would hurt her good-girl image.

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The event left her traumatized for the rest of her life. Both died in California. Gave birth to all three of her children via Caesarean section. She also suffered from postpartum depression after the birth of her daughters Liza Minnelli and Lorna Luft.

The famous theme song David Raksin wrote for Laura was originally entitled "Judy" in honor of her. Had intense fears of flying, horses, and guns. Johnnie Ray was best man at her wedding to fifth husband Mickey Deans.

Did not attend the Academy Awards, where she was nominated as Best Actress for her portrayal of Vicki Lester in A Star Is Born , because she was in hospital after giving birth to her third child and only son Joey Luft. She only performed "Over The Rainbow" three times during her many television appearances, which spanned 14 years. Offered the lead role in The Three Faces of Eve , but turned down the role because the storyline bore too many resemblances to her own personal life.

The role was then given to Joanne Woodward who went on to win the Best Actress Oscar for her performance. The only witnesses present at her Las Vegas wedding to David Rose in were her mother and stepfather. In a performance of "Come Rain Or Come Shine" on her variety show on CBS TV, though forgetting some of the words and seemingly "out of sync" with the orchestra she still managed to give a quite powerful and memorable performance.

Performed four more songs that were nominated: During their third week at the club it unexpectedly closed due to an expired liquor license. It was during their last day in Chicago that Frances Gumm changed her name to Judy Garland during a performance at the Oriental Theater, partly at the advice of George Jessel , who was emceeing.

She headlined Ford Star Jubilee: After that number, she--still in tramp make-up--closed the show with "Over The Rainbow". Initially refused to appear in Meet Me in St. Louis as she had recently begun to portray characters her own age, such as in Presenting Lily Mars , and was tired of playing virginal teenage characters.

She later relented after much persuasion and not only did she meet her future husband Vincente Minnelli on set but her performance in the film was also one of her most famous during her MGM years.

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Replaced June Allyson in Royal Wedding after she became pregnant, but her failure to report to the set led to her being replaced by Jane Powell. A close friend was Katharine Hepburn , with whom she would regularly stay during her most serious bouts of depression in order to recover.

Despite numerous concert and television appearances in the s, she remained constantly in debt. This was due in part to then-manager David Begelman embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from his clients, Garland chief among them.

Begelman even went so far as to claim a Cadillac, presented to Garland for an appearance on The Jack Paar Program , as his own. Adding to her appeal within the gay community, Garland always acknowledged her gay fan base at a time when homosexuality was seldom even discussed.

Late in her career and in dire need of money, she even accepted work singing in a New York City gay bar. Returned to work nine months after giving birth to her daughter Liza Minnelli in order to film The Pirate Despite popular belief that Shirley Temple was the first choice for the role of Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz , Garland was cast in the role even before pre-production had begun.

As early as February both "Variety" and columnist Louella Parsons announced that she was cast in the role of Dorothy. It was this process that led to her addiction.

She was a very active member of the Hollywood Democratic Committee and donated her time and money to many liberal causes such as the Civil Rights Movement and political candidates including Franklin D. Kennedy , and Robert F. Kennedy for most of her adult life. According to her friend June Allyson in her biography, Garland wished a white casket for her funeral and that everything else be in yellow and white.

However, because there was no coffin in white, the funeral home painted one in this color. Won five Grammys over her career. In January , her body was removed from the mausoleum at Ferncliff Cemetery in New York and sent to Los Angeles where she was place at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in a private family crypt. The decision to move Garland came from her children since there was no room in Garlands current burial spot for her children to join her. Garlands children purchased a large family crypt to ensure they would be laid to rest with their mother.

Coincidently, Garland was laid to rest in the same cemetery as her childhood friends and costar Mickey Rooney. I sing to people! How strange when an illusion dies. Well, we have a whole new year ahead of us. I started to feel like a wind-up toy from FAO Schwarz. I was born at the age of 12 on a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lot. In the silence of night I have often wished for just a few words of love from one man, rather than the applause of thousands of people.

My mother had a marvelous talent for mishandling money - mine. When I was put under stock contract at Metro and had a steady income for the first time, we lived in a four-unit apartment building. I suggested to Mother that we buy it as an investment and rent the other three apartments.

She hit me in the mouth and invested the money in a nickel mine in Needles, California, that has never been found. We never got a nickel back. Some of the [midget] men used to tease me while we were making The Wizard of Oz They used to sneak under my dress!