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What are the best Judy Garland movies?

Without a doubt, Judy Garland was surely one of the brightest stars in the old Hollywood. Her impeccable sense of style and taste for everything made her timeless and a legend. We remember her on her heyday with these Judy Garland movies. Watch them now!

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  1. 1A Star is Born (1954)

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    A Star is Born is a 1954 romantic drama musical motion picture that starred Judy Garland, James Mason, and Jack Carson. It was directed by George Cukor and was a remake and based on the 1937 movie of the same title.

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  1. 2Meet Me In St. Louis

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    Meet Me In St. Louis is a Technicolor musical film directed by Vincente Minnelli released in 1944, which was adapted from a series of short stories written by Sally Benson. The Library of Congress has deemed it as culturally significant.

  2. 3The Wizard of Oz

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    The Wizard of Oz is a fantasy movie released in 1939. The Wizard of Oz follows Dorothy and her dog Toto when they are caught in a tornado's path and somehow end up in the magical land of Oz.

  1. 4Summer Stock

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    Directed by Charles Walters, the Summer Stock is a 1950 musical and comedy film. Its powerhouse cast includes Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Eddie Bracken, and more. This film is also known as If You Feel Like Singing in the United Kingdom.

  2. 5The Harvey Girls

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    Released on April 29, 1946, The Harvey Girls is a musical and comedy film with Western elements. It was directed by George Sidney and written by Edmund Beloin and Nathaniel Curtis. It starred Judy Garland and Ray Bolger.

  3. 6Easter Parade

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    Brimming with musical and romance from Judy Garland and Fred Astaire, the Easter Parade is a movie directed by Charles Walters, written by Sidney Sheldon and Frances Goodrich, released on July 8, 1984.

  4. 7I Could Go On Singing

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    Starring the legendary actress Judy Garland, I Could Go On Singing is a musical and drama film released on October 11, 1963 in Finland. Directed by Ronald Neame, it follows the character of Jenny Bowman and her singing career.

  5. 8The Clock

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    The Clock is a drama and romance rolled into one movie directed by Vincente Minnelli and Fred Zinnemann. The film was released on May 25, 1945 and it starred Judy Garland, Robert Walker, and James Gleason.

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    September 22, 2019
    "I always find it odd how movies sometimes have different titles when released in other parts of the world... I've always known this as If You Feel Like Singing. Anywho, Judy Garland and Gene Kelly in this film WHAT A COMBO"
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    Summer Stock
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    Anonymous
    September 22, 2019
    "This is one of her lesser known films. I think it's an injustice that that's the truth. Any hardcore Garland fan would know her performance in this was spot on. This is where she truly claimed a spot in the industry."
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    The Clock
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    Anonymous
    September 22, 2019
    "The most iconic and best out of Judy Garland's movies. No remake can ever top this unless you travel back in time in 1939 and have Quentin Tarantino direct this starring our very own Judy Garland :P"
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    The Wizard of Oz
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    Anonymous
    September 22, 2019
    "This is one of the turn key films that made Judy Garland the renowned queen of cinema that she is today. She has grown so much as a simple family vaudeville actress. She's absolutely amazing...."
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    Meet Me In St. Louis
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    Anonymous
    September 22, 2019
    "Man my granny and I watched this because she was feeling nostalgic. She's no longer here with us but every time I miss her I put this film on. Good memories brought by a seriously good film"
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    The Harvey Girls
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    Anonymous
    September 22, 2019
    "Don't get me wrong... Cooper and Gaga's version was FANTASTIC. But Judy, especially at this time in the 50s, was absolutely amazing!!"
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    A Star is Born (1954)
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    Anonymous
    September 22, 2019
    "Honestly this is what got me into musicals. This is a timeless classic! Judy Garland will never get old for me."
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    I Could Go On Singing
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    Anonymous
    September 22, 2019
    "Judy and Fred were both so irresistably dreamy in this! Nothing really beats a good romcom in my book."
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    Easter Parade
This list is about What are the best Judy Garland movies
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1A Star is Born (1954)Movies 19 Paid
2Meet Me In St. LouisMovies 14 Paid
3The Wizard of OzMovies 8 Paid
4Summer StockMovies 4 Paid
5The Harvey GirlsMovies 3 Paid
6Easter ParadeMovies 2 Paid
7I Could Go On SingingMovies 1 Paid
8The ClockMovies 1 Paid
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