“She ought to enjoy being the enormous international celebrity she is. But she doesn’t enjoy it. She doesn’t know it.
“With CBS nagging at her to change her whole legend, Judy Garland and the executives realized, too late, that what
“I look on this series [“The Judy Garland Show”] as a secure way of living. I can get up in
“Among the girls it’s Judy Garland, born in a vaudeville trunk, versus Grace Kelly, born in a Philadelphia mansion. Miss
“When you see me crying on stage, just bet that I know what I’m doing. My tears are an act.
“I’m a very lucky girl for the emotional rewards audiences pay me for my work. I don’t know what effect
“Warm-hearted, emotional, incredibly talented, [Judy] has always been a favorite in Hollywood.” Lloyd Shearer, 1955 March 27, 1928: Frances (Judy)