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MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
A publicity shot with Tom Drake and Margaret
O'Brien for MEET ME IN ST.
LOUIS (1944), the film in which Judy introduced the song "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,"
now a holiday classic.
washing dishes and singing "Look for the Silver Lining" in TILL THE
CLOUDS ROLL BY (1946). This musical biography of songwriter Jerome Kern
featured a host of MGM stock talent,
including Angela Lansbury,
Horne, Kathryn Grayson, Virginia O'Brien,
Charisse, Frank Sinatra,
Allyson, Tony Martin and Dinah Shore.
- "Life begins at half past one." --as Penny Morris in BABES
ON BROADWAY (1941).
- "You'll never be big time because you're small time in your
heart." --as Jo Hayden in FOR ME AND MY GAL (1942).
- "I realize there's a practical world and a dream world. I know
which is which. I shan't mix them." --as Manuela in THE PIRATE (1948).
Singing "In the Valley Where the Evening Sun Goes Down"
in THE HARVEY GIRLS (1946). This fun MGM
western musical also featured Ray
Bolger, John Hodiak, Marjorie
Main and Angela Lansbury.
a clip of Judy singing the Academy Award winning Best Song of 1946 "On
the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" from THE HARVEY GIRLS
(an .AU file courtesy Rhino Records).
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Singing "Snooky Ookums" with Fred
Astaire in EASTER PARADE (1948).
Audio Clips from EASTER PARADE (1948):
Love a Piano" (clip) sung by Judy
(an .MP3 file courtesy Rhino Records).
Couple of Swells" (clip) sung by Judy and Fred Astaire (an .MP3 file
courtesy Rhino Records).
Parade (End Title)" (clip) sung by Judy:
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