“Forgotten Hollywood”- TCM Honors Judy’s 90th Birthday…

Posted on March 11, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Turner Classic Movies is pulling out all the stops on Sunday, June 10th to celebrate Judy Garland’s 90th birthday. A 24-hour motion picture marathon is on tap featuring the legendary ingenue. Working with selections made by Emmy-winning Garland documentarian and author John Fricke, TCM has programmed eleven features, a documentary, and a number of short subjects throughout the day.

   Here’s the complete schedule (Eastern standard time):

6am – Everybody Sing
7:45am  Love Finds Andy Hardy
9:30am – Strike Up the Band
12pm – For Me and My Gal
2pm  Girl Crazy
3:45pm  A Star Is Born
7pm  The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic (documentary)
8pm  The Wizard of Oz  (ESSENTIALS JR. series)
10pm  Meet Me in St. Louis
12am  Easter Parade
2am  Summer Stock
4:15am  I Could Go On Singing

   Another planned tribute (announced thus far) for Judy Garland’s 90th birthday is an all-day live broadcast by Radio France. The Forgotten Hollywood radio program will re-broadcast its hour-long episode to Judy on Saturday, June 9th at 3p (pst). It’s heard in Southern California on THE SPA Radio Network. Go to the Radio Show link on the Navigation Bar (on the left) to hear the audio retrospective outside the broadcast area.


   There is a premier independent literary store in Northern California selling copies of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History (on demand). The Booksmith is conveniently located at 1644 Haight St. in San Francisco. Click on the link below to visit their web site:


Until next time>                               “never forget”

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