Affiche The Judy Garland Show
  • 2 saisons
  • 27 épisodes
  • Début :
    1963
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"The Judy Garland Show" is an American musical variety television series that aired on CBS in the Sunday 9:00 PM EST time-slot during the 1963-1964 television season. First Telecast:September 29,1963 Last Telecast:March 29,1964 26 B&W Episodes

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S01E01 The Judy Garland Show #7 29/09/1963 Taped: September 20, 1963 Aired: September 29, 1963 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Donald O'Connor Program Highlights: Call Me Irresponsible (Judy Garland and Chorus) Sunny Side Up (Judy, joined by Donald and Jerry) ""Sing You Sinners"" (Donald, Dancers and Chorus) Be My Guest (Judy and Donald) Songs We're Famous For medley: ""Inka Dinka Doo"" (Donald) If You Knew Susie Like I Knew Susie (Judy) My Mammy (Judy and Donald) Indian Love Call (Judy and Donald) ""Rose Marie"" (Donald) Will You Remember (Sweetheart) (Judy) ""Stout Hearted Men"" (Donald) Italian Street Song (Judy) ""Indian Love Call"" (reprised by Donald) Be My Guest (Judy and Donald) Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) (Judy) The World Is Your Balloon (Judy, Donald, Jerry, Dancers and Chorus) Tea for Two segment: Donald O'Connor / ""H-A-R-R-I-G-A-N"" (Donald) Vaudeville Medley: ""In Those Good Old Days of Vaudeville"" (Donald) ""Nagasaki"" (Donald) Yacka Hula Hickey Dula (Judy)
S01E02 The Judy Garland Show #9 06/10/1963 Taped: October 4, 1963 Aired: October 6, 1963 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Barbra Streisand, The Smothers Brothers and Ethel Merman Program Highlights: Comes Once in a Lifetime (Judy and Dancers) Be My Guest (Judy, Barbra, Jerry and The Smothers Brothers) Just in Time (Judy) Comedy-music routine: I Talk to the Trees / Dance, Boatman, Dance (The Smothers Brothers) ""Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered"" (Barbra) ""Down with Love"" (Barbra) Medley: Get Happy / Happy Days Are Here Again (Judy and Barbra) Tea for Two segment: Judy, Barbra and ""surprise"" guest Ethel Merman There's No Business Like Show Business (Judy, Barbra and Ethel) (Howdy Neighbor) Happy Harvest (Judy and Dancers, Barbra joins in last line) Hooray for Love medley: After You've Gone (Judy) ""By Myself"" (Barbra) 'S Wonderful (Judy) How About You? (Judy and Barbra) ""Lover Come Back to Me"" (Barbra) You and the Night and the Music (Judy) It All Depends on You (Judy and Barbra)
S01E03 The Judy Garland Show #4 13/10/1963 Taped: July 23, 1963 Aired: October 13, 1963 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Lena Horne and Terry-Thomas Program Highlights: Day In - Day Out (Judy Garland and Lena Horne) comedy monologue (Terry-Thomas) ""I Want to Be Happy"" (Lena) ""Where Is Love?"" (Lena) ""He Loves Me"" (Lena) Tea for Two (Terry-Thomas) A Foggy Day (In London Town) (Judy Garland) ""Brush Up Your Shakespeare"" (Terry-Thomas and Jerry Van Dyke) [deleted] Judy Sings Lena Sings Judy Medley: Honeysuckle Rose (Judy) ""Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis"" (Lena) 'Deed I Do (Judy) ""Zing! Went the Strigs of My Heart"" (Lena) It's All Right with Me (Judy) The Trolley Song (Judy and Lena) Love (Judy and Lena) Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Judy, Lena, Terry-Thomas and Dancers) Born in a Trunk: Losing the Academy Award story / The Man That Got Away (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)
S01E04 The Judy Garland Show #8 20/10/1963 Taped: September 27, 1963 Aired: October 20, 1963 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: George Maharis, Jack Carter, The Dillards and Leo Durocher Program Highlights: Alexander's Ragtime Band (Judy) Be My Guest (Judy, George and Jack) I Wish You Love (Judy) ""A Funny Thing Happened..."" comedy routine (Jack and Dancers) ""Good-Bye"" (George) Side By Side (Judy and George) Tea for Two segment: Leo Durocher Take Me Out to the Ball Game (Judy and Leo) ""Buckin' Mule"" (The Dillards) Country Medley: Y'all Come (Y'all Go) (Judy and The Dillards) ""Crawfishin'"" (Jack and Jerry) Somebody Touched Me (Judy and The Dillards) ""Way Back Home"" (George) ""Nobody's Business"" (Jack) Way, Way in the Middle of the Air (Judy, Jerry, George, Jack and The Dillards) Y'all Come (Y'all Go) (reprise: all) Born in a Trunk: Feather Boa story / Swanee (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)
S01E05 The Judy Garland Show #6 27/10/1963 Taped: September 13, 1963 Aired: October 27, 1963 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Steve Lawrence and June Allyson Program Highlights: Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries (Judy Garland and Boy Dancers) Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe (Judy) ""I've Got You Under My Skin"" (Steve Lawrence) ""Time After Time"" (Steve) Be My Guest (Judy Garland and Steve Lawrence) ""The Doodlin' Song"" (June Allyson and Dancers) ""Tea for Two"" / The Doodlin' Song (Judy and June) Tea for Two segment: June Allyson / Just Imagine (Judy and June) ""I'm in the Mood for Love"" (comedy version: Judy, June and Steve) MGM Medley: ""Buckle Down, Winsocki"" (Dancers) ""(I'm in Love with You) Honey"" (June) Cleopatterer (Judy and June) ""Thou Swell"" (Steve) Look for the Silver Lining (Judy) ""Till the Clouds Roll By"" (Steve) Till the Clouds Roll By (Judy, June and Steve) Look for the Silver Lining (Judy, June and Steve) Born in a Trunk: ""Naughty Marietta"" story / San Francisco
S01E06 The Judy Garland Show #12 03/11/1963 Taped: November 1, 1963 Aired: November 3, 1963 Guests: Vic Damone and Zina Bethune Program Highlights: From This Moment On (Judy) Be My Guest (Judy, Vic and Zina) Moon River (Judy) ""Crazy Rhythm"" (Zina and Boy Dancers) Getting to Know You (Judy and Zina) Medley: On the Street Where You Live / Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk (Vic and Girl Dancers) Porgy and Bess Medley: Bess, Oh Where's My Bess? (Vic) Summertime (Judy) It Ain't Necessarily So (Judy) Summertime (Vic) I Got Plenty o' Nuttin' (Judy) There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York (Vic) Bess, You Is My Woman Now (Judy and Vic) Tea for Two segment: George Jessel [insert from Episode #6] All-Purpose Holiday Medley: Auld Lang Syne (Judy) Deck the Halls (Judy, Vic and Zina) Easter Parade (Judy, Vic and Zina) Dear Old Donegal (Judy, Vic and Zina) Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? (Judy) (I Am The) Yankee Doodle Boy / You're a Grand Old Flag (Judy, Vic and Zina)
S01E07 The Judy Garland Show #2 10/11/1963 Taped: July 7, 1963 Aired: November 10, 1963 Regulars: Mel Torme and Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Count Basie and Judy Henske Program Highlights: Medley: I Hear Music / The Sweetest Sounds / Strike Up the Band (Judy Garland with Count Basie and His Orchestra) ""Fascinating Rhythm"" (Mel Tormé) Memories of You (Judy Garland with Count Basie on the organ) ""Shiny Stockings"" (Dancers) ""God Bless the Child"" (Judy Henske) ""Peter, Paul and Irving"" comedy sketch: Walk Right In / Low-Down Alligator / Lemon Trees / Walk Right In (reprise) (Judy Henske, Mel and Jerry) Count Basie Medley: One O'Clock Jump (Count Basie and His Orchestra) I Can't Stop Loving You (Count Basie and His Orchestra) I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm (Judy Garland with Count Basie and His Orchestra) ""Don't Dream of Anybody but Me"" (Mel Tormé with Count Basie and His Orchestra) April in Paris (Judy Garland and Mel Tormé with Count Basie and His Orchestra) ""One-Note Samba"" (Jerry Van Dyke)
S01E08 The Judy Garland Show #3 17/11/1963 Taped: July 16, 1963 Aired: November 17, 1963 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Liza Minnelli, Soupy Sales and The Brothers Castro Program Highlights: Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away) (Judy Garland; Liza appears at end) Come Rain or Come Shine (Judy Garland) Together (Wherever We Go) (Judy and Liza) ""Put on a Happy Face"" (Liza and Boy Dancers) ""I'm Calm"" (Jerry Van Dyke and Soupy Sales) Judy Garland - Liza Minnelli Medley: We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together (Judy and Liza) The Best Is Yet to Come (Judy and Liza) Bye Bye Baby (Judy and Liza) Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight) (Judy and Liza) ""You Are for Loving"" (Liza) ""Judy's Number-One Fan"" comedy sketch (Judy and Soupy) ""Malaguena"" (The Brothers Castro) ""You Make Me Feel So Young"" (The Brothers Castro and Girl Dancers) Born in a Trunk: As Long As He Needs Me (Judy Garland) ""Let Me Entertain You"" (Liza) Two Lost Souls (Judy and Liza in tramp costumes) Maybe I
S01E09 The Judy Garland Show #13 01/12/1963 Taped: November 8, 1963 Aired: December 1, 1963 Guests: Peggy Lee, Jack Carter and Carl Reiner Program Highlights: It's a Good Day (Judy and Boy Dancers) Never Will I Marry (Judy) "Kids" (Jack Carter - production number) monologue (Jack Carter) "When the World Was Young" (Peggy) Judy Garland - Peggy Lee Medley: I Love Being Here with You (Judy and Peggy) It's a Good Day (Judy) Over the Rainbow (Peggy) Under the Bamboo Tree (Judy and Peggy) Witch Doctor (Judy and Peggy) Broadway Medley: My Defenses Are Down (Jack) They Say It's Wonderful (Judy) This Nearly Was Mine (Jack) I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right out of My Hair (Judy) I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face (Jack) A Hymn to Him (Jack) Wouldn't It Be Loverly? (Judy) Too Close for Comfort (Judy and Jack) Mr. Wonderful (Judy and Jack) Tea for Two segment: Carl Reiner I Like Men Medley: I Like Men (Judy and Peggy) You Make Me Feel So Young (Judy) Tess's Torch Song (I Had a Man) (Judy and Peggy) Fever (Peggy) It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House (Judy and Peggy) I'm Just Wild About Harry (Peggy) Charley, My Boy (Judy) Oh, Johnny (Peggy) Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) (Judy and Peggy) Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home (Judy and Peggy) Born in a Trunk: How About Me? (Judy) When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You) (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)
S01E10 The Judy Garland Show #1 08/12/1963 Taped: June 24, 1963 Aired: December 8, 1963 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Mickey Rooney Program Highlights: Overture: Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody / By Myself / I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Baby) / You Made Me Love You / Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody (reprise) / Swanee (Mort Lindsey and Orchestra) I Feel a Song Comin' On (Judy Garland) "All I Need Is the Girl" (Mickey Rooney) brief dialog (Mickey and Judy) Medley: When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love / Girls / Thank Heaven for Little Girls (Mickey Rooney with Girl Dancers and Youngsters) When the Sun Comes Out (Judy Garland) You're So Right for Me (Mickey, Judy and Dancers) Mickey and Judy look at old MGM publicity stills and reminisce Mickey pantomimes golf tournament; Judy is commentator You're So Right for Me (reprise: Mickey and Judy) Judy Garland - Mickey Rooney MGM Sketch / Medley (comedy): Where or When (sung by Mickey and Judy) How About You (sung by Mickey and Judy) But Not for Me (sung by Judy with Mickey on drums) Fascinating Rhythm (sung by Mickey and Judy) God's Country (sung by Mickey and Judy) Could You Use Me? (sung by Mickey) Our Love Affair (sung by Mickey and Judy) How About You? (sung by Mickey and Judy) Born in a Trunk: Too Late Now Who Cares (As Long as You Care for Me) Ol' Man River Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy Garland)
S01E11 The Judy Garland Show #5 15/12/1963 Taped: July 30, 1963 Aired: December 15, 1963 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Tony Bennett and Dick Shawn Program Highlights: If Love Were All (Judy Garland) [deleted] Yes Indeed (Judy Garland, Tony Bennett, Dick Shawn and Dancers) "Honestly Sincere" (Dick and Jerry) "True Blue Lou" (Tony) "Keep Smiling at Trouble" (Tony) Judy Garland - Tony Bennett Medley: "Night Train" (Boy Dancers) "Lullaby of Broadway" (Tony) Carolina in the Morning (Judy) "Kansas City" (Tony) When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam' (Judy) That's All (Judy) [insert from Episode #10] One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) (comedy version, Judy, Jerry, Dancers and Chorus) [insert from Episode #10] My Buddy (Judy and Dick) comedy routine (Dick Shawn with Judy and Jerry) Born in a Trunk: Greek Theatre moth story Stormy Weather (Judy Garland) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)
S01E12 The Judy Garland Show #15 aka The Christmas Show 22/12/1963 Taped: December 6, 1963 Aired: December 22, 1963 Guests: Jack Jones, Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft, Joey Luft, Mel Torme and Tracy Everitt Program Highlights: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Judy) Consider Yourself (Judy, Lorna, Joey and Liza) Where Is Love? (Joey) Steam Heat (Liza and Tracy) Little Drops of Rain (Judy) Wouldn't It Be Loverly? (Jack) Lollipops and Roses (Jack) Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (Lorna) Alice Blue Gown (Liza) Judy Garland - Liza Minnelli - Jack Jones ""Holiday"" Medley: Jingle Bells (all) Sleigh Ride (all) It Happened in Sun Valley (Liza and Jack) Winter Wonderland (Judy) Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (instrumental version danced by Peter Gennaro Dancers) Jingle Bells (reprised by all) Here We Come A-Caroling (Mel and Chorus) Take Five (The Peter Gennaro Dancers) The Christmas Song (Judy and Mel) Traditional Christmas Carol Medley: Caroling, Caroling (Chorus) What Child IsThis (Judy) Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Jack and Mel) Good King Wenceslas (Chorus) It Came Upon a Midnight Clear (Liza and Tracy) Silent Night (Lorna, Joey and Chorus) Deck the Halls (all) Here We Come A-Caroling (reprised by Chorus) Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (reprised by Judy and The Peter Gennaro Dancers) Over the Rainbow (Judy, seated with Lorna and Joey)
S01E13 The Judy Garland Show #14 29/12/1963 Taped: November 30, 1963 Aired: December 29, 1963 Guests: Bobby Darin and Bob Newhart Program Highlights: Sing Sing Sing (Chorus) [taped December 19, 1963] Hello, Bluebird (Judy) If Love Were All (Judy) Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart (Judy) Sing Sing Sing (reprised by Judy, Bobby and Bob) The Twelve Days of Christmas (comedy version and monologue, Bob Newhart) Michael, Row the Boat Ashore (Bobby) Canaan (Bobby) Garland-Newhart comedy sketch (Judy and Bob) More (Judy) Train Medley: Sentimental Journey (Judy and Bobby) Going Home Train (Judy) Blues in the Night (Bobby) Goin' Home (Judy and Bobby) Chattanooga Choo-Choo (Bobby) On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe (Judy) River Stay 'Way from My Door (Judy) Some of These Days (Bobby) Bye Bye Blackbird (Judy) Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye (Bobby) Beyond the Blue Horizon (Judy) I Know That You Know (Bobby) I've Been Working on the Railroad (Judy and Bobby) The Lonesome Road (Judy and Bobby) Take Five (The Peter Gennaro Dancers) Born in a Trunk: Do It Again (Judy) Get Me to the Church on Time (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)
S01E14 The Judy Garland Show #11 05/01/1964 Taped: October 18, 1963 Aired: January 5, 1964 Regulars: Mel Tormé Guests: Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows Program Highlights: This Could Be the Start of Something (Judy, Singers and Dancers) Be My Guest (Judy, Steve and Mel) School fight songs comedy sketch: Cheer for Old Hyde Park / We're from Old Metro (Are You from Dixie?) (Judy) Here's That Rainy Day (Judy and Dancers) "One-Man Show" comedy routine (Steve Allen) Sophie medley: I Love You Today (Judy and Steve) When I'm in Love (Judy and Steve) I'll Show Them All (Judy) "Comin' Home, Baby" (Mel) The Party's Over (Judy and Mel) Tea for Two segment: Jayne Meadows Songwriter Sketch / Medley: Ain't Misbehavin' (Judy) Makin' Whoopee (Mel) The Glory of Love (Steve) Way Back Home (Judy) Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (Mel) You Took Advantage of Me (Steve) Mean to Me (Judy) The Girl Friend (Steve and Mel) Tip Toe Through the Tulips (Judy) Truckin' (Mel) Gypsy in My Soul (Steve) Nice Work If You Can Get It (Steve and Mel) The Glory of Love (Steve and Mel) My Heart Stood Still (Judy) Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) (Judy, Steve and Mel) Born in a Trunk: Island in the West Indies (Judy) Through the Years (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)
S01E15 The Judy Garland Show #16 12/01/1964 Taped: December 13, 1963 Aired: January 12, 1964 Guests: Ethel Merman, Shelley Berman and Peter Gennaro Program Highlights: Medley: Everybody's Doing It / Let's Do It (Judy, Ethel, Shelley, Peter and Dancers) Shelley Berman "Telephone" sketch (Shelley, Dancers and Singers as businessmen) Gee! But It's Good to Be Here (Ethel) That Old Feeling (Ethel) [deleted] I Get a Kick out of You (Ethel) I Love a Parade (Peter and Dancers) Shenandoah (Judy) Magazine Sketch (Judy and Shelley) [deleted] Makin' Whoopee (Judy and Peter, joined by Shelley) Judy Garland - Ethel Merman Medley (Judy and Ethel): Friendship Let's Be Buddies You're the Top You're Just in Love It's De-lovely Together (Wherever We Go) Born in a Trunk: A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow (Judy) Puttin' on the Ritz (Judy) Battle Hymn of the Republic (Judy)
S01E16 The Judy Garland Show #17 19/01/1964 Taped: December 20, 1963 Aired: January 19, 1964 Guests: Vic Damone, Chita Rivera, Louis Nye and Ken Murray Program Highlights: They Can't Take That Away from Me (Judy and Dancers) I Believe in You (Judy, Chita and Louis) Louis Nye comedy monologue (Louis) You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (Vic) I Got Plenty o' Nuttin' (Chita and Dancers) By Myself (Judy) Ken Murray and His Hollywood Home Movies (Judy and Ken) West Side Story Medley: Maria (Vic) Something's Coming (Judy) Maria (reprise, Vic) Somewhere (Judy and Vic) Tonight (Judy and Vic) Born in a Trunk: Better Luck Next Time (Judy) Almost Like Being in Love / This Can't Be Love (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)
S01E17 The Judy Garland Show #18 26/01/1964 Taped: January 14, 1964 Aired: January 26, 1964 Guests: Martha Raye, Peter Lawford, Rich Little and Ken Murray Program Highlights: Seventy-Six Trombones (Judy) Rich talks, sings "The Man That Got Away," Judy requests voices for him to impersonate "It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House" (Peter with Bert Mustin) I'm Old Fashioned (Judy) Glenn Miller Medley: I've Heard That Song Before (Judy and Martha) Moonlight Cocktail (Judy and Martha) Pennsylvania 6-5000 (Judy and Martha) Elmer's Tune (Judy and Martha) At Last (Judy) St. Louis Blues (Judy and Martha) Ken Murray and His Hollywood Home Movies Hit Parade 1964 Medley: Be True to Your School (Peter) The Boy Next Door (rock version, Judy) Dumbhead (Martha) The Nitty Gritty (Dancers) That Wonderful Year (all) Born in a Trunk: All Alone (Judy) Oh Lawd, I'm on My Way (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Orchestra)
S01E18 The Judy Garland Show #19 02/02/1964 Taped: January 17, 1964 Aired: February 2, 1964 Guests: Louis Jourdan, The Kirby Stone Four and Ken Murray Program Highlights: San Francisco (Judy) Baubles, Bangles and Beads (The Kirby Stone Four) 'S Wonderful (The Kirby Stone Four) [deleted] You Do Something to Me (The Kirby Stone Four) Whispering (Judy and The Kirby Stone Four) I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad (Louis Jourdan and Dancers) Paris Is a Lonely Town (Judy) Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (spoof with Judy and Fire Fighters) Shall We Dance? (The Wally Seibert Dancers) Ken Murray and His Hollywood Home Movies Children's Songs Medley: Popeye the Sailor Man (Judy and Louis) Huckleberry Hound (Louis) Give a Little Whistle (Judy and Louis) Little Lulu (Louis) When You Wish upon a Star (Judy and Louis) Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? (Louis) Zip-a-Dee Doo-Dah (Judy and Louis) Some Day My Prince Will Come (sung by Judy, danced by Judy and Louis) Born in a Trunk: "Just You, Just Me" (Judy) [deleted] What'll I Do? (Judy) Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody (Judy) [deleted] Battle Hymn of the Republic (Judy)
S01E19 The Judy Garland Show #20 09/02/1964 aka "Judy Garland in Concert" Taped: January 24, 1964 Aired: February 9, 1964 Guests: none Program Highlights: Overture: (Orchestra) Give My Regards to Broadway Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away) Make Someone Happy When Johnny Comes Marching Home That's Entertainment Over the Rainbow The Man That Got Away Over the Rainbow (reprise) Medley: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / He's Got the Whole World in His Hands (Judy) World War I Medley (Judy Garland): When Johnny Comes Marching Home There's a Long, Long Trail Keep the Home Fires Burning Give My Regards to Broadway Boy of Mine Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning Over There That's Entertainment (Judy) Make Someone Happy (Judy) Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away) (Judy) Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe (Judy) Lorna (Judy) Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody (Judy) A Couple of Swells (Judy) America the Beautiful (Judy)
S01E20 The Judy Garland Show #21 16/02/1964 Taped: January 31, 1964 Aired: February 16, 1964 Regulars: Mel Tormé Guests: Diahann Carroll Program Highlights: Overture: I Can't Give You Anything But Love / Just You, Just Me (Orchestra) Hey, Look Me Over (Judy) Smile (Judy) I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Baby) (Judy) After You've Gone (Judy) Alone Together (Judy) Come Rain or Come Shine (Judy) Quiet Nights (Diahann) Goody, Goody (Diahann) A Stranger in Town (excerpt, Judy) Blues in the Night (Mel and Girl Dancers) The Trolley Song (Judy and Mel) Richard Rodgers / Harold Arlen Medley: Let's Call the Whole Thing Off (Judy and Diahann) It's Only a Paper Moon (Judy) Dancing on the Ceiling (Diahann) That Old Black Magic (Judy) The Gentleman Is a Dope (Diahann) Ill Wind (You're Blowin' Me No Good) (Judy) It Might as Well Be Spring (Diahann) Hit the Road to Dreamland (Judy) The Surrey with the Fringe on Top (Diahann) It's a New World (Judy) Stormy Weather (Judy and Diahann) Let's Take the Long Way Home (Judy and Diahann) Bali Ha'i (Diahann) Manhattan (Diahann) The Sweetest Sounds (Diahann) Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home (Judy and Diahann) Born in a Trunk: Don't Ever Leave Me (Judy) Great Day (Judy)
S01E21 The Judy Garland Show #22 23/02/1964 Taped: February 14, 1964 Aired: February 23, 1964 Guests: Jack Jones and Ken Murray Program Highlights: Swanee (Judy) Almost Like Being in Love / This Can't Be Love (Judy) Just in Time (Judy) A Foggy Day (In London Town) (Judy) If Love Were All (Judy) Just You, Just Me (Judy) Last Night When We Were Young (Judy) Judy at the Palace Medley (Judy Garland): Unless You've Played the Palace Shine On, Harvest Moon Some of These Days My Man I Don't Care Unless You've Played the Palace (reprise) Love with the Proper Stranger (Jack Jones) Wives and Lovers (Jack Jones) Ken Murray and His Hollywood Home Movies [taped January 31, 1964] Jeanette MacDonald - Nelson Eddy Medley: San Francisco (Roger Edens' verse only) (Judy and Jack) Will You Remember (Sweetheart) (Judy and Jack) Rosalie (Jack) I'll See You Again (Judy and Jack) Lover Come Back to Me (Judy) The Donkey Serenade (Judy and Jack) Born in a Trunk: When the Sun Comes Out (Judy)
S01E22 The Judy Garland Show #10 01/03/1964 Taped: October 11, 1963 Aired: March 1, 1964 Regulars: Jerry Van Dyke Guests: Ray Bolger and Jane Powell Program Highlights: I Feel a Song Comin' On (Judy) A Lot of Livin' to Do (Judy) Be My Guest (Judy, Ray and Jane) Song-and-dance routine (Ray Bolger): "Margie" "Sweet Lorraine" "Cecilia" "The Lady in Red" "Maria" "When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love" "Katie" "Dear Friend" (Jane and Dancers) Romantic Duets Medley: Romantic Duets (Judy and Jane) I Remember It Well (Judy and Jerry lip-sync Maurice Chevalier) Only Make Believe (Jane and Jerry lip-sync Howard Keel) Will You Remember (Sweetheart) (Judy and Jerry lip-sync Jane and Vic Damone) Finale (Judy, Jane and Jerry) Tea for Two segment: Ray Bolger If I Only Had a Brain / We're Off to See the Wizard (Judy and Ray) The Jitterbug (Judy, Jane, Ray and Dancers) Born in a Trunk: When Your Lover Has Gone (Judy) Some People (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)
S01E23 The Judy Garland Show #23 08/03/1964 Taped: February 21, 1964 Aired: March 8, 1964 Guests: none Program Highlights: Overture (Orchestra): I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Be a Clown I'm Nobody's Baby Carolina in the Morning On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe The Boy Next Door The Man That Got Away Over the Rainbow Medley: Once in a Lifetime / I Feel a Song Comin' On (Judy) Medley: If I Had a Talking Picture of You / Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goodbye) (Judy) Dirty Hands, Dirty Face (Judy) Love of My Life (Judy) The Boy Next Door (Judy) On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe (Judy) Alexander's Ragtime Band (Judy) You're Nearer (Judy) Steppin' Out with My Baby (Judy) I'm Always Chasing Rainbows (Judy) The Man That Got Away (Judy) Be a Clown (Judy) Once in a Lifetime (reprise) (Judy)
S01E24 The Judy Garland Show #24 15/03/1964 Taped: February 23, 1964 Aired: March 15, 1964 Guests: Vic Damone Program Highlights: Overture: (Orchestra) I Love You When Your Lover Has Gone Old Devil Moon Do I Love You? Lucky Day (Judy) Sweet Danger (Judy) Do I Love You? (Judy) I Love You (Judy) When Your Lover Has Gone (Judy) Down with Love (Judy) Old Devil Moon (Judy) Never Will I Marry (Judy) Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home (Judy) Chicago (That Toddling Town) (Judy) Who Are You Now? (Vic Damone) I'm Gonna Miss You (Vic Damone) Kismet Medley: Night of My Nights (Vic) He's in Love (Judy and Vic) This Is My Beloved (Judy and Vic) Born in a Trunk: Lost in the Stars (Judy)
S01E25 The Judy Garland Show #25 22/03/1964 Taped: March 6, 1964 Aired: March 22, 1964 Guests: Robert Cole Program Highlights: Overture: Ol' Man River / Love / By Myself / Get Happy (Orchestra) Sail Away (Judy) Comes Once in a Lifetime (Judy) I Am Loved (Judy) Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries (Judy) Why Can't I? (Judy) I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues (Judy) Joey, Joey, Joey (Judy) Love (Judy) Get Happy (Judy) As Long As He Needs Me (Judy) From This Moment On (Bobby Cole and His Trio) The Lady's in Love with You (Bobby Cole and His Trio) Poor Butterfly (Judy with Bobby Cole and His Trio) Born in a Trunk: "The Nearness of You" (Judy) [deleted] Ol' Man River (Judy)
S01E26 The Judy Garland Show #26 29/03/1964 Taped: March 13, 1964 Aired: March 29, 1964 Guests: none Program Highlights: Overture (Orchestra): That Old Feeling Here's to Us Born in a Trunk Love Walked In Almost Like Being in Love The Man That Got Away Over the Rainbow After You've Gone (Judy) The Nearness of You (Judy) Time After Time (Judy) That Old Feeling (Judy) Carolina in the Morning (Judy) When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You) (Judy) Almost Like Being in Love / This Can't Be Love (Judy) By Myself (Judy) The Last Dance (Judy) Supper Time (Judy) Just in Time (Judy) [from Episode #22] A Foggy Day (In London Town) (Judy) [from Episode #22] If Love Were All (Judy) [from Episode #22] Just You, Just Me (Judy) [from Episode #22] Born in a Trunk: When the Sun Comes Out (Judy) [from Episode #22]
S01E27 The Judy Garland Show #27 05/04/1964

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