Over the past several years, I have featured interviews with authors, media producers, playwrights, Judy’s son, and many more who were involved in a wide variety of Garland related projects and/or in her personal life.  

These interviews provide a different and sometimes telling perspective on Judy Garland’s legacy, coming from angles of fandom and admiration new to many.  Here they are all together, for easy access.

Simply click on the links below to read the interviews.  


[In reverse chronological order]

Nick Dellow – Audio Engineer -March 3, 2019

Joe Luft and John Kimble, by Bill Biss – March 13, 2017

Ray Rackham – Writer-Director of “Through The Mill” – October 23, 2016

Randy L. Schmidt, author of “Judy Garland on Judy Garland: Interviews and Encounters” – March 11, 2016

Rick Smith, owner of the lost “A Star Is Born” Playback Disc – and more! – December 14, 2015

Stevie Phillips, author of “Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & David & Sue & Me…: A Memoir”July 19, 2015

Darren Stewart-Jones, author of “The Judy Monologues” – April 17, 2015

John H. Haley – Audio Restorer for the CD set “Judy Garland – Swan Songs, First Flights” – December 14, 2014

Jay Scarfone & William Stillman (authors of “The Wizard of Oz – The Official 75th Anniversary Companion” book), December 25, 2013

Jan Glazier (mastermind behind the “Judy in…” events), June 30, 2013

Steve Hoffman, May 9, 2012

Charles (Charlie) Cochran, May 5, 2012

Elliot Tiber, February 9, 2012

Isabelle Georges, January 31, 2012

Hugh Fordin, September 1, 2011

Scott Brogan, July 22, 2011 

John Meyer, June 26, 2011

Will Friedwald, January 8, 2011

Michael Freedland, December 18, 2010

Peter Quilter, November 30, 2010

Michelle Russell, August 24, 2010

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  1. I once read an artcle abit judy having a car accident there was a news paper article that was printed. she comented on jer getting netter and her niece Judaline being born on may 28 1938
    doe anyone have the link i would like tosee it again

    1. Judy was in a car accident on May 24, 1938, which resulted in her suffering three broken ribs, a sprained back, and a punctured lung. She healed quickly and returned to work on “Love Finds Andy Hardy” on June 11th. I don’t know of any article in which Judy mentions the accident and her niece being born a few days later, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. There are a lot of articles/notices about Judy’s accident published on the day after the accident in 1938.

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