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Garland;Judy Show Featuring Me

Judy Garland , Jerry Van Dyke    NR (Not Rated)   DVD

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best! Sept. 19 2010
By Diane A. Barrie - Published on Amazon.com
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Judy's guests on the TV shows in this DVD volume connected with Judy and this is one of my top favorites in her complete series. Martha Raye and Judy's medley is hilariously entertaining. Knowing that both of them were married to David Rose at different times gave me the feeling that they shared some inner connection in their time together during the show.

Peter Lawford was a good friend of Judy's so the bits between them came across as them showing respect and having fun in their skits. And it was fun and entertaining to watch.

Vic Damone loved Judy and the numbers that they sang together were enchanting and vibrant at the same time. He was on her show two other times and the chemistry is totally there. I love it.

Chita Rivera's numbers with Judy also showed an underlying sincere friendship which made extremely pleasant watching.

The bottom line is that this DVD is so musically and comically entertaining that no one who loves the old style of entertainment should miss out on viewing it. Diane Barrie, Recently moved to Castle Rock, CO
4.0 out of 5 stars DYNAMIC, JOYOUS JUDY GARLAND: LAUGHTER AND ENTERTAINMENT June 24 2012
By DEWEY M. - Published on Amazon.com
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The episodes featured here in Volume 11 (Shows 17 and 18) are two of the most relaxed and entertaining installments of "The Judy Garland Show" (CBS, 1963-1964). Judy entertains as only she can, but she also seems to be thoroughly enjoying herself.
SHOW 17: The opening number, "They Can't Take That Away From Me", features a "freeze-frame" effect as Judy snaps her fingers and transforms a female chorus into male dancers. The unedited version, with Judy holding a pose as the females and males quickly move out of and into place, is included in the Outtakes. Next, Chita Rivera and Judy sing "I Believe In You" (from "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying") to help calm "nervous" comedian Louis Nye. Chita Rivera and dancers perform a fabulous routine to Gershwin's "I Got Plenty Of Nothing." It is a shame this episode does not feature more of Chita and Judy together. Since Chita was one of the featured stars in the original Broadway Cast of "West Side Story" (1957), it is even more odd that Chita does not appear with Judy and Vic Damone, singing a big medley from "West Side Story."
Judy soars with her unforgettable, dynamic and haunting rendition of "By Myself", arranged by musical director Mort Lindsay for her final film "I Could Go On Singing" (1963). Judy said that Lindsay's arrangement of this song was one of her "all-time favorites." Judy closes Show 17 with "Better Luck Next Time" ("Easter Parade" , 1948) and the famous Medley of "Almost Like Being In Love"/"This Can't Be Love" from her historic 1961 Carnegie Hall Concert.
SHOW 18: Laughter reigns supreme in Show 18, which has a very informal, "party" feeling. Rich Little cracks Judy up doing impressions of various male celebrities reciting the lyrics to her signature song "The Man That Got Away." Judy thoroughly enjoys watching "Ken Murray's Hollywood Home Movies", which features footage of teen-age Judy at a tennis match in 1939. Murray, in fact, appears in both Show 17 and 18. Judy can barely control her laughter as she joins Martha Raye for a "Glenn Miller Medley." Martha and Judy, incidentally, were both married (at different times, of course) to musician David Rose. The dress rehearsal version of "The Glenn Miller Medley" was so hilarious and entertaining that CBS aired it instead of the "final" version, performed later that same day. Judy, Martha and Peter Lawford play a "Hits Of 1964" Medley, with Martha shouting, "I'm a dumb-head, stupid little girl" strictly for laughs. Judy concludes Show 18 in typically rousing "Judy Garland Style"; with a soul-stirring rendition of "Lord, I'm On My Way." Watch the Out-Takes Section to see Judy and Martha Raye laugh merrily through "The Glenn Miller Medley." Peter Lawford flubs badly during the "Hits Of 1964" Medley, resulting in multiple takes. At one point, you can hear someone say off-camera, "Goodnight, folks."
5.0 out of 5 stars SUPERSTAR IN CONCERT MADE FOR T.V ! Sept. 14 2011
By krazyforjudy - Published on Amazon.com
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JUDY GARLAND IS STELLAR IN THESE 2 ''JUDY GARLAND SHOW'' PROGRAMS.... IT'S LIKE A T.V VIEWER CAN SIT BACK, RELAX AND ENJOY A ''CARNEGIE HALL'' CONCERT IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME! MISS GARLAND SINGS WITH SUCH CHARISMATIC INTENSITY YOU CAN JUST FEEL THAT ELECTRICITY...A.K.A. ''THAT GARLAND TOUCH'' !

BOTH PROGRAMS FEATURE GUEST PERFORMERS OF THE DAY, JACK JONES, MEL TORME, AND A VERY YOUNG DIAHANN CARROLL. IT'S JUST A GARLAND LOVER'S DELIGHT!

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