Judy Garland

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Judy Garland (1922–69) was the stage name of a famous American actress and singer.

Her most famous role was as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. She was also highly regarded as a performer of songs from the American Song Book and had her own TV show. She battled continuously against eating disorders and drug addiction, and died in London of a barbiturate overdose.

Hollywood liberals refused to give Judy Garland the recognition she deserved, granting her only a mini-Oscar for her riveting performance in The Wizard of Oz and then snubbing her again later.