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This autumn marks the 75th anniversary of Judy Garland’s feature film debut (Pigskin Parade, 1936). It was the onset of a motion picture career ultimately unsurpassed in its timeless, classic amalgam of singing, dancing, comedy, and drama. In celebration, The Film Society of Lincoln Center joins forces with The Paley Center to present screenings of much of Judy’s movie and television achievement. The Garland events in both venues will be highlighted by special introductions, discussions, and exhibitions. Don’t miss these opportunities to share what critics have ceaselessly called the “magic” of Judy Garland!

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Read an excerpt from “A Lot of Something Extra,” co-curator John Fricke's introduction to his new book Judy: A Legendary Film Career, to be published August 23, 2011, by Running Press


Special thanks to John Fricke; Ned Price, George Feltenstein, and Marilee Womack/Warner Bros; and the UCLA Film and Television Archive. Photographs from the new book, Judy: A Legendary Film Career, by John Fricke—to be published by Running Press in August 2011.


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