Judy Garland

Happy Father’s Day via OTR

For all dads – here;s some good, old-fashioned entertainment. Sit back and enjoy Father’s Day on the radio… ♥ Texaco Town Fathers Day 1937 Variety show, “All-Star Summer Review” starring Eddie Cantor, except Cantor is nowhere in this episode.  Instead… Read More ›

To Judy Garland – OTR

This is for Judy Garland. “Judy Garland was the most exciting sheer talent I ever worked with.  She was so unpredictable, very child-like, very difficult to work with at times, but the rewards were immense.” – Norman Jewison “The most… Read More ›

Honoring George Gershwin

He was born Jacob Gershowitz in Brooklyn, New York on the 26th day of September in 1898.  The younger brother of lyricist Ira Gershwin, Jacob, who changed his name to “George” to go with the new last name both brothers adopted,… Read More ›

A Judy Garland tribute

This is a slight revamp of a post I previously published to celebrate the legend of Judy Garland, the greatest entertainer of the 20th Century.  Judy would have celebrated her 91st birthday today.  I celebrate her always.  This one’s my… Read More ›


This is for Judy! “I’ve always taken ‘The Wizard of Oz’ very seriously, you know. I believe in the idea of the rainbow. And I’ve spent my entire life trying to get over it.”    

A Draconic Liebster mention

A couple of weeks back, in the midst of the 31 Days of Oscar blogathon frenzy, Jim of The Draconic Verses (@DraconicVerses) tagged me with a Liebster Award.  I’m lucky to have received a couple of these mentions from other bloggers during… Read More ›

My Movie Alphabet

So how many times have I said that I hate lists in posts?  OK.  Many.  I will never do so again.  I ran into Mettel Ray Movie Blog and saw a great blogathon idea that entails creating and commenting on… Read More ›


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