I Could Go On Singing

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Released 1963

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I Could Go On Singing

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Director:
Ronald Neame
Released:
1963
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I Could Go on Singing, directed by Ronald Neame, recounts the story of Jenny Bowman (Judy Garland), a successful singer visiting London to give a sold-out series of performances at the London Palladium. While there, Jenny tries to see her illegitimate teenage son Matt (Gregory Phillips). She left Matt with his father, Dr. David Donne (Dirk Bogarde), years earlier to pursue her singing career. David married and raised Matt as his "adopted" son. Matt, unaware of his true relationship with Jenny or David, is entranced with Jenny, much to David's dismay. Jenny spends several days with Matt, and struggles with reconciling her past, her singing career, and her desire to be part of Matt's life. Her manager, George (Jack Klugman), and her secretary, Ida (Aline MacMahon) support Jenny as she wrestles with the choice of career vs. motherhood. Judy Garland's final film is considered her swan song by many and features live performances at the Palladium with Judy singing "Hello Bluebird," "By Myself," "It Never Was You," and the title song "I could go on singing."moreless

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Arts, Drama, Music

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Musicals, Showbiz, Classics