Release Date: December 13, 2011

Meet Me in St. Louis was practically made for high definition.  The film looks and sounds incredible in the Blu-ray format.  In addition to the remastered film, this release is in the “digi-book” format with an oddly put together booklet that truthfully has little to offer.  Also included is a CD “Soundtrack Sampler” that features the following four songs (and only these four): “Meet Me In St. Louis” (Ensemble); “The Boy Next Door”; “The Trolley Song”; and “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.”

Extras (in standard definition originally released in the 2004 standard DVD):

Commentary by Garland biographer John Fricke with Margaret O’Brien, screenwriter Irving Brecher, songwriter Hugh Martin, and daughter of producer Arthur Freed, Barbara Freed-Saltzman

Meet Me in St. Louis: The Making of an American Classic (Narrated by Roddy McDowall)

Hollywood: The Dream Factory (Emmy-Award winning 1972 MGM-TV special, narrated by Dick Cavett– First time on home video)

Becoming Attractions: Judy Garland (1996 TCM special)

Meet Me in St. Louis (1966 TV pilot with Shelley Fabares and Celeste Holm)

Bubbles (1930 Warner Bros. short featuring Judy Garland at age 7)

Skip To My Lou (Rare 1941 musical short with Meet Me in St. Louis composers Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane)

Audio Vault “Boys and Girls Like You and Me” outtake (reconstruction using still photographs)

Lux Radio Theater Broadcast from December 2, 1946.

Check out The Judy Room Spotlight on Meet Me in St. Louis to learn all about the making of the film.

Check out The Judy Garland Online Discography Meet Me in St. Louis pages.

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Details of the box and the discs

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The Wizard of Oz green vinyl release for Record Store Day on April 19, 2014