NOTE: The updating of this section is not complete. Eventually, each image below will be a link to a page about that media release.
The Warner Archive Collection has become the label of choice for the release of Judy’s MGM film catalog. Luckily for fans, the label has begun to release newly remastered editions of the films in HD for the first time.
Below are all of the Archive releases and you’ll notice some repeats. The Archive has re-released films in the standard DVD format as well as releasing new Blu-rays (these are the sparkling new HD upgrades), and also re-releasing previously out of print Blu-rays originally released by the Warner Home Video label. Not confusing at all!
The thumbnails below are listed in reverse chronological order and are links to the separate Warner Archive Collection page here in The Judy Room that provides details about each release (and where to buy them).
The Wizard of Oz has been released and rereleased (and rereleased and rereleased…) on home media since the beginning of the home media “revolution” in the late 1970s. It’s no wonder. The film is a staple of childhood movie watching and a must-have for any film collector or movie fan.
Below are the highlights. The images here are just some of the DVD, Blu-ray, 3D, and 4K releases. The subpages have even MORE versions released in those years and/or prior, including laserdisc and VHS.
The following are film collections as well as some releases that feature either outtake footage (Annie Get Your Gun) or film shorts (on the Marie Antoinette, A Christmas Carol, and Singin’ In The Rain DVDs) and other notable Garland appearances on home media.
Here are the various releases of episodes from “The Judy Garland Show.” Unfortunately, none of the episodes have been released on Blu-ray.
Here are some concert and TV appearances (other than “The Judy Garland Show”).