Bookie, Bookie, I saw a star..


Dedicated to Frances Ethel Gumm

Ari

Loves

Judy

Still
franciegummstarstruck:

       Judy Garland accepting flowers from a young fan, London 1960 …

barbarastanwyck:

Presenting Lily Mars (1943)

classicglamourgirl:

Judy Garland behind the scenes

judyforever:

Judy Garland laughing in Girl Crazy (1943)

(Source: vintagestyledheart)

barbarastanwyck:

There’s a number in that picture, “Friendly Star,” which I think is one of the best things she ever did . We were moving in for a giant close-up. Judy looked up with those great liquid eyes of hers and it was the most fantastic shot in the world. “Cut,” I yelled. “Will someone please hand me a towel, I’ve just come!” Now that might be thought indelicate, but Judy loved that kind of foolishness . You always had to keep her spirits high.

-Charles Walters


Judy Garland on the set of A Star is Born, 1954.
broadway-baby22:

Publicity Photo for ‘The Harvey Girls’ (1946)- Featuring Judy Garland, Angela Lansbury, Preston Foster and John Hodiak