It’s here! This special issue of the “Garlands for Judy” webzine is devoted to the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz 361 pages in all! And as always, it’s FREE! The PDF is available in the following formats & sizes: Print Ready (421 megs) (put this on a flash drive and have a print place … Continue reading
It’s finally here! The Judy Room’s 2013 Year in Review. As with each year, the Year in Review focuses on all of the major Judy Garland related news, events, and products. Read the embedded version below or click on the links to download the large and/or small versions: DOWNLOAD THE HIGH-RES PRINT-READY VERSION HERE (42mg PDF … Continue reading
The weeklong showings of the IMAX 3D version of The Wizard of Oz are just around the corner. Below is a complete list from Warner Bros. listing all of the IMAX theaters that will show this special edition i the United States and Canada. The list is sorted by State/Province then City. Thank you Sharon … Continue reading
The latest issue of the Garlands for Judy Webzine is now available for download. This new issue features and exclusive interview with Jan Glazier, the driving force behind the popular “Judy in Hollywood” and “Judy in New York” events. Also featured are new reviews, original artwork, and more. Click on the image below to download … Continue reading
Finally! The Judy Room’s 2012 Year in Review is here! Click on the image below to go to The Judy Room’s “Year in Review” page to download the PDF. On that page you’ll find links to PDFs of all the previous editions as well. Enjoy! Sorry for the delay!
The new Garlands for Judy webzine is now available! The webzine features several new articles & reviews, rare & fun images, a new crossword & word search, plus a special “Judy Garland Christmas” album also available for download. CLICK HERE or on the image to go to the Garlands for Judy page at The Judy … Continue reading
Warner Home Video has announced a new DVD boxed set titled “20 Film Collection Musicals.” This new set featured two Judy Garland films: The Wizard of Oz and A Star Is Born. A third, to a lesser degree, is 1974’s That’s Entertainment! The line-up of films included in this collection are (mostly) great ones. They … Continue reading