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Release Date:  April 30, 2001

Judy’s musical follow-up to Meet Me In St. Louis, and one of her (and MGM’s) biggest hits.  The great production number “On The Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe” won the Oscar for Best Song.  This is essentially the same as the laserdisc edition, complete with the outtakes and audio pre-recordings.

This DVD was included in the seven-disc boxed set “The Judy Garland Signature Collection.”  The Warner Archive re-released the DVD on January 10, 2017

The film has finally gotten a true high definition upgrade and restoration from the original film elements by the Warner Archive, released on Blu-ray on December 22, 2020, in all of its Technicolor glory!

In December 2020, the Warner Archive premiered the film on Blu-ray which features a new HD remaster from the original film elements.  It’s amazing and finally presents this wonderful film as it should be seen – in all of its Technicolor glory.  Check out the screenshots below that show the before (standard DVD) and after (new Blu-ray).  

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New 2020 1080p HD Restoration from 4K Scan of the Original Nitrate Technicolor Negatives
Run Time: 102:00
Subtitles: English SDH
Audio Specs: DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 – English
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1 4×3 Full Frame
Product Color: COLOR
Disc Configuration: BD 50

Special Features: Feature-length audio commentary by Director George Sidney, Three Deleted Musical sequences:  “March of the Doagies,” “March of the Doagies” (reprise), and “My Intuition.”  Scoring stage sessions (audio only) featuring pre-recordings made for the film including the unused “Hayride.”  “On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe” Remixed in Stereo (HD), Original Theatrical Trailer (HD).

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