A Tribute to Judy Garland 2010
Tribute Collectables Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 A Tribute to Judy Garland 2010 A Tribute to Judy Garland 2010 10 - Best remembered for her award winning portrayal of Dorothy in 'The Wizard of Oz' in 1939 at the age of just 17, her hugely successful career was to be plagued by drug problems leading to her premature death at the age of 47, but not before she had starred in a string of memorable musical films including 'Strike Up The Band', 'For Me and My Girl', 'Meet Me in St. Louis' and 'A Star is Born', a film produced by her third husband Sid Luft. In the 1960s she concentrated on stage and TV appearances including 'The Judy Garland Show' in which her daughters from her first marriage, Lorna and Liza Minnelli, regularly appeared. Judy's life story is told on the backs of these black and white photo cards. Size 68 x 36mm.
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A Tribute to Judy Garland 2010

Issuer: Tribute Collectables Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Best remembered for her award winning portrayal of Dorothy in 'The Wizard of Oz' in 1939 at the age of just 17, her hugely successful career was to be plagued by drug problems leading to her premature death at the age of 47, but not before she had starred in a string of memorable musical films including 'Strike Up The Band', 'For Me and My Girl', 'Meet Me in St. Louis' and 'A Star is Born', a film produced by her third husband Sid Luft. In the 1960s she concentrated on stage and TV appearances including 'The Judy Garland Show' in which her daughters from her first marriage, Lorna and Liza Minnelli, regularly appeared. Judy's life story is told on the backs of these black and white photo cards. Size 68 x 36mm. Number of cards in set: 10

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