Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow

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Arcade Publishing, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 168 pages
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Thirty years after her death, Judy Garland's artistic legacy remains unsurpassed, with triumphs in film, on stage, and in the recording studio. She starred in a string of hit movies (including the classics The Wizard of Oz and A Star Is Born), was twice nominated for an Oscar, set concert attendance records that stand to this day, and danced step-for-step with Mickey Rooney, Fred Astaire, and Gene Kelly.Packed with 120 images chronicling her career and rare photographs from her personal life, Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow is the definitive biography of one of Hollywood's most complex and adored stars.
-- Garland's popularity remains undiminished today.
-- This book sets the record straight on who the talented woman really was.
-- Crossover appeal: both informative and beautifully designed, it will satisfy fans and gift-givers.

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Sheridan Morley is a theater critic, broadcaster, and biographer. He lives in London, England.

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