Tag: summer of judy nyc 2011

summer of garland: musings reflections directions

I have been blogging for a month about screenings at the Paley Center for Media‘s festival Judy Garland: The Television Years (July 20-August 18, 2011) and films shown at the Film Society of Lincoln Center‘s festival Judy Garland: All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy! (July 26-August 9, 2011).  The challenge of summing up the experience has stymied me

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screening snapshots: garland at the paley part 6

Screenings from the Paley Center for Media Collection Judy Garland: The Television Years August 11 and August 18, 2011 [festival runs July 20-August 18, 2011] 25 West 52nd Street event web site:  http://www.paleycenter.org/judy-garland-the-television-years Last night, the screenings at the Paley concluded with a set of classy and classic and sometimes just goofy segments from a number

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event musings: Elliot Tiber, Palm Trees, Passions, Garland, and Home

When: Thursday, August 11, about 8pm Where: The Paley Center for Media, 25 West 52nd Street What: Elliot Tiber meets fellow Judy Garland fans On August 11 at a screening of television appearances ranging from Jack Paar show visits from 1964 and 1967 to a 1968 visit to the Philadelphia-based Mike Douglas show to show #20

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film features: garland, the back, and movie magic

A Star is Born, I Could Go On Singing, Judgment at Nuremberg Film Events at the Walter Reade Theatre Judy Garland: All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy! August 9, 2011 [festival July 26-August 9, 2011] 165 West 65th Street event web site:  http://tinyurl.com/3f4yz2q The back. Acting with the back. Drawing our emotional focus into a

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screening snapshots: garland at the paley part 5

Screenings from the Paley Center for Media Collection Judy Garland: The Television Years August 5, 2011 [festival runs July 20-August 18, 2011] 25 West 52nd Street event web site:  http://www.paleycenter.org/judy-garland-the-television-years Garland programs at the Paley have varied in types of content — from bits and pieces of a number of television appearances across a series,

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screening snapshots: garland at the paley part 4

Screenings from the Paley Center for Media Collection Judy Garland: The Television Years July 30 and July 31, 2011 [festival runs July 20-August 18, 2011] 25 West 52nd Street event web site:  http://www.paleycenter.org/judy-garland-the-television-years Garland the woman, Garland the performance professional, Garland the raconteur. Gems at the Paley continue to illustrate, illuminate, and just frankly and simply

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film features: garland and war

Judgment at Nuremberg, For Me and My Gal Film Events at the Walter Reade Theatre Judy Garland: All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy! August 4, 2011 [festival runs July 26-August 9, 2011] 165 West 65th Street event web site:  http://tinyurl.com/3f4yz2q I wandered through two World Wars with Garland last week in a single double feature.

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film features: girls out west

Girl Crazy, The Harvey Girls Film Events at the Walter Reade Theatre Judy Garland: All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy! August 1 & August 2, 2011 [festival runs July 26-August 9, 2011] 165 West 65th Street event web site Garland spends some time in the mythic American West in her early 20s in two distinct vehicles.

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film features: andy hardy finds love and debutantes

Love Finds Andy Hardy, Andy Hardy Meets Debutante Film Events at the Walter Reade Theatre Judy Garland: All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy! July 31 & August 2, 2011 [festival runs July 26-August 9, 2011] 165 West 65th Street event web site:  http://tinyurl.com/3f4yz2q The Andy Hardy movies are soft soap, soft sell, Middle America comfort

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film features: pigskin and singing

Pigskin Parade, Everybody Sing Film Events at the Walter Reade Theatre Judy Garland: All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy! July 30 & 31, 2011 [festival runs July 26-August 9, 2011] 165 West 65th Street event web site:  http://tinyurl.com/3f4yz2q Biographies of Garland and John Fricke’s informative and enthused introductions of Pigskin Parade (1936) and Everybody Sing (1938) remind us

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