Tags » Jerry Van Dyke

The Judy Garland Show with Tony Bennett and Dick Shawn (episode 5, aired 15th December 1963)

Filmed pretty early on in the schedule, this episode with Tony Bennett and Dick Shawn was eventually broadcast the week before the Christmas special. The great thing about this episode is that it provides a record on tape of Judy and her dear friend Tony Bennett singing together. 828 more words

Judy Garland

The Judy Garland Show with Mickey Rooney (episode 1, aired 8th December 1963)

Possibly one of the most messed-about shows of the series, TV audiences of the time must have wondered why The Judy Garland Show had reverted to an earlier format with the dressing room set and a reinstated Jerry Van Dyke!  859 more words

Judy Garland

The Judy Garland Show with Liza Minnelli (episode 3, aired 17th November, 1963)

One of the standout shows of the series, this episode is a treasure because it perfectly showcases the two talents that are Garland and Minnelli in some very fine performances. 1,210 more words

Judy Garland

The Judy Garland Show with Count Basie and Judy Henske. (Show 2, aired 10th November 1963)

The pre title scene is a thrilling idea that gradually cranks up the excitement levels. Judy Garland walks onto a stage, empty save for chairs and microphones that are waiting for a group of musicians. 825 more words

Judy Garland

The Judy Garland Show with June Allyson and Steve Lawrence (Show 6, aired 27th October 1963)

This episode of the Judy Garland Show is a joy. It captures the zany and loving friendship of two MGM stars Judy and June Allyson and is packed with hilarious moments. 721 more words

Judy Garland

The Judy Garland Show with George Maharis, Jack Carter and The Dillards (Show 8, aired on 20th October 1963)

Although numbered as episode 8, this show was actually the fourth one to be televised. The show took a slightly different turn in terms of its choice of guests. 741 more words

Judy Garland

The Judy Garland Show with Lena Horne and Terry Thomas (Show 4, aired 13th October 1963)

This episode of the Judy Garland Show is a personal favourite of this fan. It offers viewers a unique opportunity to see two titans of the MGM musical performing together, and also a rare chance to see British character actor Terry Thomas doing some stand-up comedy. 712 more words

Judy Garland