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Behind The Scene with Judy Garland Little do most people know that Frances Ethel Gumm was one of the greatest actor and singer of all time I know you are probably thinking well than why have I never heard of her The reason you have never heard of this astounding actress and singer is because she is better known as Judy Garland My purpose for this paper is to inform many Garland fans of not only her achievements but to let you know of some of the obstacles she incurred behind the scenes of her actingsinging career Judy did not have much of a childhood due to her early start in the music business It was at the age of thirty months when Judy held her first performance singing Jingle Bells on stage at her fathers theater From there performances never stopped for the young Judy At age five her and her other two sisters began the Gumm Trio whose name later changed to the Garland Trio This was a suggestion made by George Jessel after he heard some of the audience poking fun of the girls last name during a performance Once the Garland Trio became more popular Judy finished elementary school and began school at Lawlers Professional School in Los Angeles It was after one of the girls concerts in 1935 that Judy signed a 7-year contract with MGM This contract was the only one MGM had ever signed without screen or sound tests Why you might ask would MGM take such a risk This is what they had to say Judy couldnt read music had never had a dancing or singing lesson but she was bright and inventive and powered with a fantastic drive She could read pages of dialogue just once then go through a scene flawlessly She was born to be a star Later Judy began to attend University High School then eventually entered the school at MGM Here
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