“Broadway’s greatest musical hit, now the screen’s Technicolor masterpiece!” – Advertisement for The Wizard of Oz, 1939 August 15, 1935:
“Judy, as you can see, is extremely affectionate. She is also very sensitive and easily hurt. [She has] originality and
“There never was a voice with quite the lilt to it that Judy Garland’s has.” – Uncredited photo caption 1950
“A crowd of hard-boiled Hollywood press folks gave Judy the kind of ovation that any big star dreams of getting.
“I feel great. I’m getting plenty of rest and I’m taking care of myself. I’m going all the way uphill!”
“Judy Garland is a pert, persuasive and amazingly sympathetic little Dorothy.” – Edwin Schallert, 1939 August 10, 1939: This review
“As long as Judy Garland is in this gay musical in Technicolor, the rest of the cast, and even the