Der Film „Judy“ von Rupert Goold erzählt die tragische Geschichte von Judy Garland. Renée Zellweger gibt ihrem Charakter Glamour – noch. So ging das seit Judy Garlands frühester Jugend. Judy Garland backstage in London. Bild: Getty. Judy Garland war eine US-amerikanische Filmschauspielerin und Sängerin. Berühmt wurde sie durch ihre Hauptrolle in dem Filmklassiker Der Zauberer von Oz, in dem sie die Originalversion des Liedes Over the Rainbow singt. Danach drehte sie über zwei.
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Judy Garland war eine US-amerikanische Filmschauspielerin und Sängerin. Berühmt wurde sie durch ihre Hauptrolle in dem Filmklassiker Der Zauberer von Oz, in dem sie die Originalversion des Liedes Over the Rainbow singt. Danach drehte sie über zwei. Judy Garland (* Juni als Frances Ethel Gumm in Grand Rapids, Minnesota; † Juni in Chelsea, London) war eine US-amerikanische. Judy Garland probiert zögerlich. Als Teeniestar durfte sie keine essen. Die macht bloß dick. Der allmächtige Studioboss Louis B. Mayer, ihr. Der Film „Judy“ von Rupert Goold erzählt die tragische Geschichte von Judy Garland. Renée Zellweger gibt ihrem Charakter Glamour – noch. So ging das seit Judy Garlands frühester Jugend. Judy Garland backstage in London. Bild: Getty. Im Biopic „Judy“ spielt Renée Zellweger die große Schauspielerin und kraftvolle Sängerin Judy Garland kurz vor deren Tod. Renée Zellweger begeistert in „Judy“ von Rupert Goold. Dessen Annäherung an den Niedergang eines All-American-Girl mit Persönlichkeit.
Der Film „Judy“ von Rupert Goold erzählt die tragische Geschichte von Judy Garland. Renée Zellweger gibt ihrem Charakter Glamour – noch. Die Entertainerin Judy Garland war eine der grössten Schwulenikonen der USA. Nun kommt ein Film über ihre letzten Monate in die Kinos. Judy Garland (* Juni als Frances Ethel Gumm in Grand Rapids, Minnesota; † Juni in Chelsea, London) war eine US-amerikanische. The Daily Review. She was deeply devoted to him and was devastated in early when he eloped with Lana Turner. Courier Dover. Archived from the original on July 22, She was given the Selector Infected Wixoss treatment" in Presenting Lily Marsin which she was dressed in "grown-up" gowns. Van Gelder, Lawrence June Andréa Ferréol, By earlyGarland's health had deteriorated.
Garland's autopsy showed no inflammation of her stomach lining and no drug residue in her stomach, which indicated that the drug had been ingested over a long period of time, rather than in a single dose.
Her death certificate stated that her death was "accidental". A British specialist who had attended Garland's autopsy stated that she had nevertheless been living on borrowed time owing to cirrhosis , although a second autopsy conducted later reported no evidence of alcoholism or cirrhosis.
After Garland's body had been embalmed, Deans travelled with her remains to New York City on June 26, where an estimated 20, people lined up to pay their respects at the Frank E.
Campbell Funeral Chapel in Manhattan , which remained open all night long to accommodate the overflowing crowd. She gave so richly and so generously, that there was no currency in which to repay her.
Years of mismanagement of her financial affairs by her representatives and staff along with her generosity toward her family and various causes resulted in her poor financial situation at the end of her life.
In her last will, signed and sealed in early , Garland made many generous bequests which could not be fulfilled because her estate had been in debt for many years.
Her daughter, Liza Minnelli, worked to pay off her mother's debts with the help of family friend Frank Sinatra. Almost items, ranging from copper cookware to musical arrangements, were offered for sale.
Garland possessed a contralto vocal range. Dowlin called the period of Garland's music career between and the "innocent years", during which the critic believes the singer's "voice was vibrant and her musical expression exuberant", taking note of its resonance and distinct, "rich yet sweet" quality "that grabs you and pulls you in".
Garland always claimed that her talent as a performer was inherited, saying: "Nobody ever taught me what to do onstage.
It never seemed forced or overly trained. Writing for Turner Classic Movies , biographer Jonathan Riggs observed that Garland had a tendency to imbue her vocals with a paradoxical combination of "fragility and resilience" that eventually became a signature trademark of hers.
Garland was known for interacting with her audiences during live performances; The New York Times obituarist wrote that Garland possessed "a seemingly unquenchable need for her audiences to respond with acclaim and affection.
And often, they did, screaming, 'We love you, Judy — we love you. I truly have a great love for an audience, and I used to want to prove it to them by giving them blood.
But I have a funny new thing now, a real determination to make people enjoy the show. The anonymous contributor commented that Garland's performance style resembled that of "a music hall performer in an era when music halls were obsolete".
Garland was nearly as famous for her personal struggles in everyday life as she was for her entertainment career. According to Malony, Garland was one of Hollywood's hardest-working performers during the s, which Malony claims she used as a coping mechanism after her first marriage imploded.
And out of that chaos, she made art of still-searing intensity. Despite her success as a performer, Garland suffered from low self-esteem, particularly with regard to her weight, which she constantly dieted to maintain at the behest of the studio and Mayer;    critics and historians believe this was a result of having been told that she was an " ugly duckling " by studio executives.
Despite her personal struggles, Garland disagreed with the public's opinion that she was a tragic figure. She was funny and she was warm and she was wonderfully gifted.
She had great highs and great moments in her career. She also had great moments in her personal life. Yes, we lost her at 47 years old.
That was tragic. But she was not a tragic figure. By the time of her death in , Garland had appeared in more than 35 films.
Her Technicolor musicals The songs she introduced were Oscar gold. Her film career frames the Golden Age of Hollywood musicals. Dowlin concluded that Garland possessed a distinct "it" quality by "exemplif[ying] the star quality of charisma, musical talent, natural acting ability, and, despite what the studio honchos said, good looks even if they were the girl next door looks ".
Like Charlie Chaplin and Lucille Ball , she created a template that the powers that be have forever been trying, with varied levels of success, to replicate.
Garland's live performances towards the end of her career are still remembered by fans who attended them as "peak moments in 20th-century music".
Garland was posthumously awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in Subsequent celebrities who have suffered from personal struggles with drug addiction and substance use disorder have been compared to Garland, particularly Michael Jackson.
Louis , particularly tardiness. Garland had a large fan base in the gay community and became a gay icon.
She replied, "I couldn't care less. I sing to people! On stage, Garland is a character in the musical The Boy from Oz , portrayed by Chrissy Amphlett in the original Australian production  and by Isabel Keating on Broadway in In music, Garland is referenced in the Tori Amos song "Happy Phantom", in which Garland is imagined to be taking Buddha by the hand.
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Meet Me in St. The Garland Touch. Ele incentivou o grupo a escolher um nome mais atraente depois que o nome "Gumm" foi recebido com risos da plateia.
Ele alegou que a atriz Judith Anderson enviou um telegrama contendo a palavra "Garland" grinalda e ela ficou na sua mente.
Louis B. Acho que durou para sempre, realmente. Mayer, que se referiu a ela como sua "pequenina corcunda".
A dupla apareceu pela primeira vez juntos em um Filme B de chamado Thoroughbreds Don't Cry como personagens de apoio. Eles atuaram pela primeira vez como personagens principais no filme Babes in Arms.
Mais tarde, ela se ressentiu da agitada agenda ao mesmo tempo que via sua juventude passar, tendo o sentimento de que fora roubada dela pela MGM.
Nellie Kelly foi adquirida de George M. Com 21 anos, deu um toque de glamour em Presenting Lily Mars , no qual ela usava vestidos adultos.
Seu brilhante cabelo estava puxado para cima de forma elegante. Durante as filmagens de Meet me in St. Eu queria me machucar e a todos que me feriram.
Em 5 de janeiro de , Ethel foi encontrada morta no estacionamento do aeroporto. Dirigido por George Cukor e co-estrelado por James Mason , era uma grande empreitada a qual Garland inicialmente se dedicou plenamente.
Em 22 de junho de , Judy Garland foi encontrada morta por Deans no banheiro de sua casa alugada em Londres. Garland tinha completado 47 anos apenas 12 dias antes de sua morte.
Estima-se que Campbell para ver o corpo dela. Em janeiro de , os restos mortais de Garland foram removidos de Ferncliff Cemetery, a pedido de seus filhos para que eles pudessem ser transferidos para o Hollywood Forever Cemetery , em Los Angeles.
O American Film Institute nomeou Garland a oitava entre as maiores estrelas de todos os tempos. Ver artigo principal: Discografia de Judy Garland.
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