Judy Garland: The Secret Life of an American Legend

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Hyperion, Jun 1, 1994 - Motion picture actors and actresses - 560 pages
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In this highly-acclaimed biography, Shipman tells the whole story of this doomed and deified performer: her days as a child star, the daughter of a gay father; her ascension to teenage stardom; her introduction to drugs by MGM; her years of alcoholism and substance abuse; her relationship with daughter Liza Minelli; and more. Photos.

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JUDY GARLAND: The Secret Life of an American Legend

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Big, heart-heavy bio of Garland that—though never stylish- -holds throughout. Shipman wrote the huge, chatty film history The Story of Cinema (1984). One wonders, starting out, what new stuff Shipman ... Read full review

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Born in a Trunk
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The Gumm Sisters
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MetroGoldwynMayer
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