The Christmas Song - Mel Torme and Judy Garland Mel Torme and Judy Garland sing a wonderful rendition of "The Christmas Song." Amazingly, Mel wrote this classic carol at the age of 19. Mel and Judy performed this duet on the Judy Garland Show in December, 1963. It's available for purchase or rent on several different DVD sets. Browse our website at for more great dance, music and musical theatre performances.
Judy Garland - Over The Rainbow (Subtitiles) Original Version of Over The Rainbow.... Sing on movie "The Wizard Of OZ"
Andrea Bocelli & Judy Weiss - Vivo Per Lei (Very Rare Video) Vivo per lei - Italian / German duet, i think the most beautiful combination. Note: for HI-QUALITY Audio and proper resolution size : Add &fmt=18 to the adress bar at the end of the link.
Judy and Fred's First Date This is supposed to be BEFORE Fred's series. This is the background reason WHY Judy hate Fred. You won't understand this, unless you have watched all of Fred's videos. FRED COMMENTED on my video!!! It should be on the first page... "Fred: Judy Must've Had a Really Bad Cold" Have no fear- Carrrlita27 shirts are here! Click Here for even more merch:
JUDY GARLAND: 'THE TROLLEY SONG'. A CLOSEUP. Performed by Judy Garland and Chorus in the film 'Meet Me in St. Louis', 1944. A High Quality, Full Screen Close Up.This video was a pleasure to make. ...'The Trolley Song' is such a well known song of Judy's - from MMISL & concert tours - that I didn't expect to find anything new or fresh about it. But I did! As a close up, I can see the intricacies of Judy's face, her eyes ... & of all the close up videos I've done, this was the most surprising gift. I hadn't seen the movement & facial expressions of Judy as clearly. She's glowing ... Some interesting facts: Ralph Blaine wrote the lyrics. He was told to write a song about trolleys for the movie, and was having a hard time coming up with inspiration. He finally came up with some lyrics when he went to the library and found a children's book with a picture of a St. Louis trolley car with the caption: "Clang, clang, clang went the jolly little trolley." In 2004, the American Film Institute ranked this #26 on the 100 Greatest Songs in American Films list. Words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1944 ~ALL~ Clang ,clang, clang went the trolley Ding, ding, ding went the bell Zing, zing, zing went my heartstrings as we started for Huntington Dell. Chug, chug, chug went the motor Bump, bump, bump went the brake Thump, thump, thump went my heartstrings as we glided for Huntington Lake. The day was bright, the air was sweet The smell of honeysuckle charmed me off my feet I tried to ...
Shakespeare: "Macbeth" (Judi Dench) - sleepwalking scene Judi Dench ... Lady Macbeth Denyse Alexander ... Gentlewoman John Woodnutt ... Doctor from the 1979 TV version of the Trevor Nunn production by the Royal Shakespeare Company from "Shakespeare's Work" (1847) by Gulian Crommelin Verplanck: It was, I believe, Madame de Staël, who said, somewhat extravagantly, that the smell is the most poetical of the senses. It is true that the more agreeable associations of this sense are fertile in pleasing suggestions of placid, rural beauty, and gentle pleasures. Shakespeare, Spencer, Ariosto, and Tasso abound in such allusions. Milton, especially, who luxuriates in every variety of "odorous sweets" and "grateful smells", delighted sometimes to dwell on the "sweets of groves and fields", the native perfumes of his own England--"The smell of grain, or tedded grass, or kine, Or Dairy"-- and sometimes pleasing his imagination with the "gentle gales" laden with "balmy spoils" of the East; and breathing--"Sabean odours from the spicy shores of Araby the blest". But the smell has never been successfully used as a means of impressing the imagination with terror, pity, or any of the deeper emotions, except in this dreadful sleep-walking scene of the gulty Queen, and in one parallel scene of the Greek drama, as wildly terrible as this. It is that passage of the 'Agamemnon' of Aeschylus, where the captive prophetess, Cassandra, wrapt in visionary inspiration, scents first the smell of blood, and then the vapours of the tomb breathing from the ...
Deerhoof "Buck and Judy" Directed by C Spencer Yeh
Peggy Lee & Judy Garland Duet Peggy Lee & Judy Garland talk a little and sing a duet
Fred Stalks Judy (1.6) Fred takes his obsession with Judy to the next level. CHECK OUT FRED'S STORE!! !!!!! SEASON 1 FREDSHIRTS @ HOT TOPIC!!!!
Judyism: Judge Judy At Her Best Very Very Funny
As Long As He Needs Me - Judy Garland, 1964 Judy Garland sings "As Long As He Needs Me" on episode #25 of the Judy Garland Show. This performance was filmed on March 6, 1964 and aired on March 22, 1964. DVDs of the Judy Garland Show are available to purchase or rent in various configurations. Some additional excerpts from the show are available for viewing at Browse our website at for more great dance, music and musical theatre performances.
Judy Collins - Both Sides Now Judy Collins - Both Sides Now (1967)
Fred Sneaks into Judy's Party Get a Fred Party Pack at bit.ly including your chance to be in a Fred video, a special Fred T-shirt, Who's Ready to Party Album, It's Hackin' Christmas with Fred CD and Fred poster. (2.6) Fred isn't invited to Judy's annual party but decides to ignore the snub and go anyway. THANKS TO: CHECK OUT
Judi Dench - "Send In the Clowns" from Hey, Mr. Producer! All Rights Reserved, CML. The 1998 Royal Charity Gala Concert, "Hey, Mr. Producer!". Concert held at the Lyceum Theatre in London, raising funds for charity by honoring producer Cameron Mackintosh.
the pipettes - Judy Video to Judy by the Pipettes. From the album We Are The Pipettes released on Memphis Industries in 2006. Get the CD and more from:
Judy Garland - Over the Rainbow 1955 Judy Garland singing her most famous song 'Over the rainbow' in 1955.
Stoned on judge judy. This dude apperantly came drunk or high or both on judge judy. Were on tv?
JUDY COLLINS & LEONARD COHEN - "Suzanne" 1976 Judy Collins and Leonard Cohen sing "Suzanne" on this 1976 broadcast from Chicago.
Judy Garland - Somewhere Over The Rainbow - HIGHEST QUALITY Music Video - The Wizard Of Oz, 1939 This is the time you've been waiting for: I deleted all the ads and the lyrics I made. So many people/users comment don't put those things in the video. Be glad now! "Over The Rainbow" By Judy Garland In "The Wizard Of Oz" in HQ. See lyrics here: Somewhere over the rainbow Way up high, There's a land that I heard of Once in a lullaby. Somewhere over the rainbow Skies are blue, And the dreams that you dare to dream Really do come true. Someday I'll wish upon a star And wake up where the clouds are far Behind me. Where troubles melt like lemon drops Away above the chimney tops That's where you'll find me. Somewhere over the rainbow Bluebirds fly. Birds fly over the rainbow. Why then, oh why can't I? If happy little bluebirds fly Beyond the rainbow Why, oh why can't I? Click on the URL to see this fan-made music video I made:
Fred Goes on a Date With Judy Judy asks Fred out on a date after her and Kevin break up, but will something go wrong?
Classic Northern Soul -Judy Street What A northern Floor filler and some sharp Soul dancing
Judy Garland / Deanna Durbin - Every Sunday 1936 Judy Garland's first appearence before an MGM camera with Deanna Durbin.
Crosby Stills & Nash - Suite - Judy Blue Eyes My all time favourite, from Woodstock 1969.
Judge Judy - World of What? www.envy- A case involving a girl and former boyfriend on Judge Judy. The boyfriend plays World of WarCraft! http
Judy Garland Smile 1963
Billy Joel - Why Judy Why A rare song off the album "Cold Spring Harbor". Cold Spring Harbor was Billy's first album which he expected to promote his career, but unfortunately the album was recorded at the wrong speed. I sure couldn't tell the first time I heard it! XD I do not own this song, the picture used, or the album "Cold Spring Harbor". Please tell me if you are searching for a rare song, and I may be able to help you find it. Cheers! -mission2marsden-
Judy Garland - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Judy Garland
Liza Minnelli & Judy Garland - Hello Dolly (live) The novelty of Judy Garland: Live at the London Palladium is the spectacle of the great entertainer sharing the stage with her up-and-coming daughter. In November 1964 Liza Minnelli was not yet 20 and not yet a Broadway success. She looks it: the coltish, appealingly gawky girl is still pretty raw (at one point after a costume change she yanks off her earrings just before launching into a song), and Garland seems alternately proud of and bemused by her. The video is pretty raw, too, a rough black-and-white affair that can best be described as serviceable in quality. However, fans of this brand of showbiz razzmatazz will be satisfied with the duets between the women (especially trading verses on a medley of "Happy Days Are Here Again" and "Get Happy"). Judy opens the show with the reliable chest sweller "Once in a Lifetime" (no relation to the Talking Heads tune) and delivers a tutorial in song dynamics with "The Man That Got Away." She appears rather shrunken and tired but still comes on like a trouper, fending off the audience's constant heckling for "Over the Rainbow" (as though she might forget it?) before finally handing the song back to them as a touching sing-along. This was Garland's last appearance at the Palladium. It's also a passing of the torch to Liza, who would later become the kind of polished dynamo embodied by her mother, more than capable of holding down her own one-woman shows.
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Judy Collins - Turn Turn Turn Judy Collins and Pete Seeger singing Pete's song "Turn Turn Turn" From early 1960's Pete Seeger TV Show.
JUDY GARLAND "GET HAPPY" (SUMMER STOCK, 1950) JUDY GARLAND "GET HAPPY" Though it's called Summer Stock, this marvelous "let's put on a show" musical - the final one that showcased the peerless pair of Judy Garland and Gene Kelly - is a delight for all seasons. The story is simple: a homespun farm family allows a Broadway production company to rehearse its new show on their property - if the performers "pay" their way by pitching in with all the farm chores! But the pleasures are abundant: a show-stopping, all-star "Battle of the Dances" that starts out as a square dance and blossoms into a cavalcade of high-stepping dance favorites; Kelly's marvelous song and later dance to "You, Wonderful You;" four of the most popular comedic screen actors ever: Phil Silvers, Eddie Bracken, Hans Conried and Marjorie Main; and Garland's incomparable "Get Happy," a smashing sequence that's one of her peak movie moments.
Fred Cooks for Judy Fred wants to impress Judy, so he cooks her some delicious food. Buy "So Close" on iTunes!:
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (Studio Version + Lyrics) By Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Alright everyone. I know the sound isn't perfect. I understand that. But there is nothing I can do. The video degraded during the upload. The text shouldn't be blurry either. So I give you 2 options...1- Take whats given -or- 2- Go away. Thanks. =) Lyrics: It's getting to the point Where I'm no fun anymore I am sorry Sometimes it hurts so badly I must cry out loud I am lonely I am yours, you are mine You are what you are And you make it hard. Remember what we've said and done and felt About each other Oh babe, have mercy Don't let the past remind us of what we are not now I am not dreaming. I am yours, you are mine You are what you are You make it hard. Tearing yourself away from me now You are free and I am crying This does not mean I don't love you I do, that's forever, Yes and for always I am yours, you are mine You are what you are You make it hard. Something inside is telling me that I've got your secret. Are you still listening? Fear is the lock, and laughter the key to your heart And I love you. I am yours, you are mine, you are what you are You make it hard And you make it hard (x 3). Friday evening, Sunday in the afternoon What have you got to lose? Tuesday morning, please be gone I'm tired of you. What have you got to lose? Can I tell it like it is? (Help me I'm suffering) Listen to me baby. It's my heart that's a suffering (Help me I'm dying) It's a dying, that's what I have to lose I've got an answer I'm going to fly away What ...
Judy Garland - "The Man That Got Away" from "A Star Is Born" From A Star Is Born. Pure Judy Garland Talent.
Belle & Sebastian - Judy and the Dream of Horses Judy wrote the saddest song She showed it to a boy in school today Judy, where did you go wrong? You used to make me smile when I was down Judy was a ***age rebel She did it with a boy when she was young She gave herself to books and learning She gave herself to being number one Judy, I dont know you if youre gonna show me everything Judy, I dont know you if youre gonna show me everything Judy got a book at school She went under the cover with her torch She fell asleep till it was morning She dreamt about the girl who stole a horse Judy never felt so good except when she was sleeping Judy never felt so good except when she was sleeping Judy, lets go for a walk We can kiss and whatever you want But you will be disappointed You will asleep with ants in your pants Judy, youre just trying to find and keep the dream of horses And the song she wrote was judy and the dream of horses Dream of horses The best looking boys are taken The best looking girls are staying inside So judy, where does that leave you? Walking the street from morning to night With a star upon your shoulder lighting up the path that you walk With a parrot on your shoulder, saying everything when you talk If youre ever feeling blue Then write another song about your dream of horses Write a song about your dream of horses Call it judy and the dream of horses Call it judy and the dream of horses You dream of horses
Judge Judy Fail Someone went to Harvard.
JUDY COLLINS - "Amazing Grace" with the Harlem Boys Choir 1993 Judy Collins sings with the Harlem Boys Choir in this nationally televised 1993 Memorial Day concert in Washington DC The introduction is by the late American actor, EG Marshall.
JUDY COLLINS - "Who Knows Where The Time Goes?" 2000 Judy Collins sings the Sandy Denny ballad, "Who Knows Where The Time Goes" in a year 2000 concert taped at the Wolftrap Farm arts center, near Washington, DC This clip is taken from Judy's DVD Live at Wolftrap, also available on CD through Amazon.
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Judi Dench - Send In the Clowns, 1996 Her Olivier Award winning performance from "A Little Night Music", given here on a British talkshow as a promo spot done during the run on London's West End in 1996.