The Judy Garland Show

CBS (ended 1964)


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Episode Guide

  • Season 1
    • Episode #26
      Episode #26
      Episode 26

      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]moreless

    • Episode #25
      Episode #25
      Episode 25
    • Episode #24
      Episode #24
      Episode 24
    • Episode #23
      Episode #23
      Episode 23
    • Episode #10
      Episode #10
      Episode 22
    • Episode #22
      Episode #22
      Episode 21
    • Episode #21
      Episode #21
      Episode 20
    • Episode #20
      Episode #20
      Episode 19
    • Episode #19
      Episode #19
      Episode 18
    • Episode #18
      Episode #18
      Episode 17
    • Episode #17
      Episode #17
      Episode 16
    • Episode #16
      Episode #16
      Episode 15
    • Episode #11
      Episode #11
      Episode 14
    • Episode #14
      Episode #14
      Episode 13
    • Episode #15-The Christmas Show

      Taped: December 6, 1963 Aired: December 22, 1963 Guests: Jack Jones, Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft, Joey Luft, Mel Tormé 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 Is This (Judy) God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Chorus) 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)moreless

    • Episode #5
      Episode #5
      Episode 11
    • Episode #1
      Episode #1
      Episode 10
    • Episode #13
      Episode #13
      Episode 9
    • Episode #3
      Episode #3
      Episode 8

      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'll Come Back (Judy and Liza)moreless

    • Episode #2
      Episode #2
      Episode 7

      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 with Count Basie and His Orchestra) "Soul Bossa Nova" (instrumental danced by Judy Garland and Dancers) Born in a Trunk: A Cottage for Sale (Judy Garland) Hey, Look Me Over (Judy Garland) As Long As He Needs Me (Judy Garland) [deleted] Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy Garland) Judy rehearses "Soul Bossa Nova" (from the collection of Eric Hemphill)moreless

    • Episode #12
      Episode #12
      Episode 6

      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) Thank Heaven for Little Girls (Vic) Happy Birthday to You (Judy, Vic and Zina) Me and My Shadow (Judy) M-O-T-H-E-R (A Word That Means the World to Me) (Judy, Vic and Zina) Seasons Greetings (Judy, Vic and Zina) Born in a Trunk: What'll I Do? (Judy) [deleted] Puttin' on the Ritz (Judy) [deleted] Smile (Judy) Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)moreless

    • Episode #6
      Episode #6
      Episode 5

      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 (Judy Garland) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)moreless

    • Episode #8
      Episode #8
      Episode 4

      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)moreless

    • Episode #4
      Episode #4
      Episode 3

      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)moreless

    • Episode #9
      Episode #9
      Episode 2

      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) Born in a Trunk: Medley: You Made Me Love You / For Me and My Gal / The Trolley Song (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)moreless

    • Episode #7
      Episode #7
      Episode 1

      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 and Donald) "You Can Always Find a Little Sunshine at the Y.M.C.A." (Donald) At the Moving-Picture Ball (Judy and Donald) The Old Soft Shoe (Judy and Donald) Born in a Trunk: "Stagehand Caught in Curtain" story / Chicago (Judy) Maybe I'll Come Back (Judy)moreless

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