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Judy Garland Duets (2005)

A once-in-a-lifetime showbiz event and spectacular entertainment, Judy Garland Duets is a collection of archival performances from the 1960's CBS "Judy Garland" television series. The ... See full synopsis »

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A once-in-a-lifetime showbiz event and spectacular entertainment, Judy Garland Duets is a collection of archival performances from the 1960's CBS "Judy Garland" television series. The program features the stars of the day including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Barbra Streisand, Tony Bennett, Liza Minelli and many more. The song list includes Judy with Count Basie: I Hear Music / The Sweetest Sounds / Strike Up The Band; with Mel Torme: The Trolley Song; with Lena Horne: Day In, Day Out; with Bobby Darin: Goin' Home Medley; with Barbra Streisand: Hooray for Love Medley, Get Happy / Happy Days Are Here Again; with Ethel Merman: Friendship Medley; with Tony Bennett: I Left My Heart in San Francisco; with Jack Jones: Nelson Eddy / Jeanette McDonald Medley; with Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin: Let There Be Love /You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You; with Mickey Rooney: You're So Right For Me; with Peggy Lee: I Like Men Medley; with Vic Damone: West Side Story Medley; with Liza Minnelli: ...

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