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(1961) Album: "Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall" (Capitol Records). NOTE: Won five Grammys.

(10/28/40) Radio: Appeared on a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "Strike Up the Band".

(1939) Single: "Over the Rainbow" [from The Wizard of Oz (1939)] (Decca Records). .

(1962) Stage: Starred in one-woman show, "Judy at the Palace" on Broadway. NOTE: She won a special Tony Award for her contribution to Broadway.

Won five GRAMMY Awards in her career.

(12/28/42) Radio: Appeared (as "Vicki Lester" / "Esther Blodgett") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "A Star is Born".

(10/12/42) Radio: Appeared on a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Morning Glory".

(10/28/40) Radio: Appeared on a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Strike up the Band".

(11/17/41) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" production of. "Merton of the Movies". With Mickey Rooney. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille.

(1962) Print advertisement: Friskies cat food (tie-in with Gay Purr-ee (1962))

(7/31/67) Stage: Appeared (as Herself) on Broadway at the Palace Theatre in a variety revue titled "Judy Garland; At Home at the Palace." Joining her onstage to perform were her children, Lorna Luft and Joey Luft. The show ran for 32 performances.

(5/11/59) Stage: Starred on Broadway at the Metropolitan Opera House for a series of seven concerts, ending May 17, 1959. Comedian Alan King appeared as part of the opening act.

(2004) TV commercial: M&M's (archive footage from The Wizard of Oz (1939))

(1944) According to Margaret O'Brien, Garland rewrote the lyrics for "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" from Meet Me in St. Louis (1944).

(1/28/46) Radio: Appeared on a "Lux Radio Theater" production of "The Clock".

(????) CD (w/Carol Channing): "The Ladies of Show Biz" (ZSSP)

(????) CD: "The Music, The Life, The Legend" (ZPlat)

(????) CD: "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" (ZGO)

(????) CD: "Judy" (Columbia).

(????) CD: "Miss Show Business" (Columbia)

(????) CD: "Judy: That's Entertainment" (Columbia)

(????) CD: "I Could Go On Singing" (Columbia)

(????) CD: "20th Century Masters/Millennium Collection" (Uni)

(????) CD: "The Best of Judy Garland" (Uni)

(????) CD: "As Long As You Need Me" (ZABM)

(????) CD: "Over the Rainbow" (USP)

(????) CD (w/Liza Minnelli: "Judy Garland/Liza Minnelli: Back to Back Hits--Two Generations of Genius" (Columbia)

(11/5/50) Radio: Appeared in a "Theater Guild on the Air" broadcast of Booth Tarkington's "Alice Adams".

(3/7/45) Radio: Appeared on "Special V-E Day Broadcast", Armed Forces Radio Service.

(1940) Single: "I'm Nobody's Baby" [from Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940)] (Decca Records)

(1942) Single: "For Me and My Gal" / "When You Wore a Tulip (And I Wore a Big Red Rose") [with Gene Kelly, from For Me and My Gal (1942) (Decca Records).

(1943) Single: "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" (Decca Records).

(1944) Single: "A Journey to a Star" [from The Gang's All Here (1943)] (Decca Records).

(1944) Single: "The Trolley Song" [from Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)] (Decca Records).

(1944) Single: "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" [from Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)] / "The Boy Next Door" (Decca Records).

(1945) Single (w/Bing Crosby): "Yah-Ta-Ta Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk) (Decca Records).

(1954) Single: "The Man That Got Away" [from A Star Is Born (1954)] (Columbia Records).

(1953) Single: "Without a Memory" (Columbia Records).

(1947) Single: "For You, For Me, Forevermore" [with Dick Haymes, from The Shocking Miss Pilgrim (1947)] (Decca Records).

(1946) Single: "You'll Never Walk Alone" (Decca Records).

(1946) Single: "On the Atchison, Topeka, and the Santa Fe" / "Wait and See" [from The Harvey Girls (1946)] (Decca Records).

(1945) Single: "This Heart of Mine" (Decca Records).

(12/25/50) Radio: Appeared (as "Dorothy Gale") in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "The Wizard of Oz".


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