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Judy Garland,  47 — Died June 22, 1969: Child star-turned-troubled actress Judy Garland's life was a far cry from Dorothy's in the The Wizard of Oz. Garland was given drugs to lose weight, sleep, and wake up, beginning when she was a child, and remained hooked on them into adulthood, where, among many things, she gave an Oscar-nominated turn in A Star Is Born and a famed comeback concert at NYC's Carnegie Hall.

Judy Garland, 47 — Died June 22, 1969: Child star-turned-troubled actress Judy Garland's life was a far cry from Dorothy's in the The Wizard of Oz. Garland was given drugs to lose weight, sleep, and wake up, beginning when she was a child, and remained hooked on them into adulthood, where, among many things, she gave an Oscar-nominated turn in A Star Is Born and a famed comeback concert at NYC's Carnegie Hall.

Trolley dress from Meet  Me in St Louis, I wish it was pressed with the pleats and shiney like it was in the movie, the plaid colors were stunning.

Trolley dress from Meet Me in St Louis, I wish it was pressed with the pleats and shiney like it was in the movie, the plaid colors were stunning.

Judy Garland: As her NY Times Obituary put it when the singer and actress died in 1969: “Miss Garland's personal life often seemed a fruitless search for the happiness promised in "Over the Rainbow," the song she made famous in the movie "The Wizard of Oz."” The classic example of a life lived in the spotlight, Garland's entire life was spent in the draining show-business industry. Throughout the upds and downs of her career, garland battled drug and alcohol problems, suffered from bouts of…

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Judy Garland: As her NY Times Obituary put it when the singer and actress died in 1969: “Miss Garland's personal life often seemed a fruitless search for the happiness promised in "Over the Rainbow," the song she made famous in the movie "The Wizard of Oz."” The classic example of a life lived in the spotlight, Garland's entire life was spent in the draining show-business industry. Throughout the upds and downs of her career, garland battled drug and alcohol problems, suffered from bouts of…

Judy Garland receives a kiss from Mickey Rooney after winning a Juvenile Academy Award for The Wizard of Oz, 1940.♡

Judy Garland receives a kiss from Mickey Rooney after winning a Juvenile Academy Award for The Wizard of Oz, 1940.♡

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