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  1. 1. What was the first Judy Garland film you recall watching? What was your impression of her? I have to think that was Wizard of Oz. They used to show it once every year, maybe around Easter (?) and I loved it from the first viewing. I could really relate to Judy's character - her emotional conflicts, her wish for a better, happier place. I think it was her vulnerability as much as anything that endeared her to me. She shows that vulnerability in many of her roles throughout her career. 2. How do you view her differently after viewing these clips than you might have viewe
  2. Like speedracer5, I own quite a few musicals on the list already. I do want to see Hallelujah! It's been interesting watching some of these with new eyes, based on the discussions with the instructors and comments on the posts. I'm really enjoying this!
  3. No, Jimmy's singing voice is a little hard to take in this film, but he's so adorable, that makes up for it! I, too, saw him a number of times on Carson's show, and I do remember him one time playing the piano and singing a cowboy song, sort of speaking it more than singing, but he was so charming.
  4. Gosh, I hadn't heard this. Sad news. The town I live in is just a couple of miles from Hartford. When I was a teenager, Clint came back to Hartford to speak during a celebration there. Some friends and I went there to try and see him - he was so handsome! I loved watching Cheyenne back in the day. R.I.P.
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