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Judy Garland in outtakes of the deleted scene where she sings “Mr. Monotony” in Easter Parade, c. November 1947 (she would go on to use the same outfit in Summer Stock.)


barbarastanwyck:

Iconic Film Costumes

Judy Garland as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, Costumes by Adrian

The Ruby Slippers were regular shoes covered with red satin and lined with cream colored kid leather. There are 2300 sequins per shoe. The leather bow has 46 rhinestones, 42 bugle beads, 3 costume jewels, and there was red felt applied to the soles of the shoes to muffle the sounds of footsteps. 

Her jumper was royal blue and white gingham. The top was tinted a light pink as white didn’t photograph properly underneath the bright technicolor lights. Beneath it, she wore a special corset de-emphasizing her bust and giving her a younger silhouette. 



Meet Me in St. Louis, 1944.


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youtakeromanceilltakejello:

How can this be possible??  That much talent in one picture..
It might blow up at any second now..

youtakeromanceilltakejello:

How can this be possible??
That much talent in one picture..

It might blow up at any second now..


Judy Garland and Gene Kelly in The Pirate, 1948.



Gene Kelly and Judy Garland in For Me And My Gal (1942)

Gene Kelly and Judy Garland in For Me And My Gal (1942)



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Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Judy Garland rehearsing for a radio broadcast, ca. 1945.

Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Judy Garland rehearsing for a radio broadcast, ca. 1945.


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gummgarland:

Judy Garland and Lucille Ball engage in a Charleston contest with Ginger Rogers and Ann Miller at the Mocambo, May 13, 1950

I wish I could have been there to see this majesticness in person.



"He was crazy about her. If you notice, throughout the film she was always photographed in a frame."

Liza Minnelli on how her father directed her mother in Meet Me in St. Louis


Judy Garland in Ziegfeld Follies


fuckindiva:

Judy Garland by Bob Landry, 1944

fuckindiva:

Judy Garland by Bob Landry, 1944


Musical Soundtracks: Easter Parade (1948)