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Judy Garland

  • I was born at the age of twelve on a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lot.

    • Judy Garland,
    • in The Observer ()
  • I truly have a great love for an audience, and I used to want to prove it to them by giving them blood.

    • Judy Garland,
    • in Shana Alexander, "Judy Garland," Life ()
  • Audiences have kept me alive.

    • Judy Garland,
    • in Time ()
  • If I'm such a legend, then why am I so lonely? If I'm such a legend, then why do I sit at home for hours staring at the damned telephone, hoping it's out of order, even calling the operator asking her if she's sure it's not out of order?

    • Judy Garland,
    • in John Gruen, Close-Up ()
  • Hollywood is a strange place when you're in trouble. Everyone is afraid it's contagious.

    • Judy Garland,
    • in Doug McClelland, Star Speak ()
  • Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.

    • Judy Garland
  • We cast away priceless time in dreams, born of imagination, fed upon illusion, and put to death by reality.

    • Judy Garland,
    • in Anne Edwards, Judy Garland ()
  • How strange when an illusion dies, it's as though you've lost a child.

    • Judy Garland
  • For 'twas not into my ear you whispered but into my heart. 'Twas not my lips you kissed, but my soul.

    • Judy Garland

Judy Garland, U.S. actor, singer, entertainer

(1922 - 1969)

Real name: Frances Ethel Gumm.