Judy Garland Filmography

"Judy Garland: Mistress of Melody-Star of Stars"

Judy Garland had what many consider to be the greatest voice of the 20th Century.  But she was much more than “just a voice.”   She was also a great actress, dancer, and comedienne. It’s through her films that the majority of fans first discovered her talents, and these films continue to delight audiences decades after they were first released.

Judy Garland remains of few entertainers of her day who is still easily recognizable today.  Part of this is due to the fact that Judy had a very natural acting style that holds up today, never coming across as “actressy” as many other well-known actresses of her era.  It helps that her films are of the highest quality and are truly timeless, including several recognized as true masterpieces.

The Judy Room’s Filmography Section is split here into the following categories:

Each feature film has its own page full of data, photos, and details about the productions.  The spotlighted films are just that, spotlights that are more in-depth than the regular pages with a separate look and feel.  I hope you like them!

The Shorts Page features details about the shorts Judy appeared in – plus shorts that utilized cut numbers and other clip.

The Shorts – Gumm Sisters Page features details about the shorts that Judy made with her sisters, prior to her signing with MGM.

Finally, the Unfinished “The Films That Got Away) Page features details about the films that Judy was unable to complete, as well as known proposed projects that never happened or were made without her

FEATURE FILMS (and shorts)

SHORTS

PIGSKIN PARADE (1936)

BROADWAY MELODY OF 1938 (1937)

THOROUGHBREDS DON'T CRY (1937)

EVERYBODY SING (1938)

lOVE FINDS ANDY HARDY (1938)

LISTEN DARLING (1938)

THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)

BABES IN ARMS (1939)

ANDY HARDY MEETS DEBUTANTE (1940)

STRIKE UP THE BAND (1940)

LITTLE NELLIE KELLY (1940)

ZIEGFELD GIRL (1941)

LIFE BEGINS FOR ANDY HARDY (1941)

BABES ON BROADWAY (1941)

FOR ME AND MY GAL (1942)

PRESENTING LILY MARS (1943)

THOUSANDS CHEER (1943)

GIRL CRAZY (1943)

MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS (1944)

THE CLOCK (1945)

THE HARVEY GIRLS (1946)

TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY (1946)

ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1946 (1946)

THE PIRATE (1948)

EASTER PARADE (1948)

WORDS AND MUSIC (1948)

IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME (1949)

SUMMER STOCK (1950)

A STAR IS BORN (1954)

PEPE (1960)

JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG (1961)

GAY PURR-EE (1962)

A CHILD IS WAITING (1963)

I COULD GO ON SINGING (1963)

THE FILMS THAT GOT AWAY