2/3. Eschewing the usual warts 'n' all / kiss 'n' tell approach to documenting the mercurial and ultimately sad life of entertainer Judy Garland , Brian Sibley reassesses the star in terms of where she felt most "at home"
- on stage, on television and on the silver screen. Interviewees include lyricist Jerry Herman and playwright Edward Albee , with special contributions from Liza Minnelli and Margaret O'Brien. Just Judy
A look at Judy's television career, most notably her ground-breaking 1963-64 CBS series, which wowed the critics but eluded the public, who were watching NBC's hugely popular western drama Bonanza.
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