Judy Garland duet medleys, from The Judy Garland Show, 1963-1964, part 1

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note: These are not arranged in chronological order; they’re in no specific order.

Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli

Let Me Entertain You / Two Lost Souls medley — from Episode #3 of The Judy Garland Show, taped July 16, 1963; aired November 17, 1963

  • Let Me Entertain You (m. Jule Styne, w. Stephen Sondheim) – from the musical Gypsy, 1959
  • Two Lost Souls (m. Richard Adler, w. Jerry Ross) – from the musical Damn Yankees, 1955
  • Maybe I’ll Come Back (Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey)

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Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand

Get Happy / Happy Days Are Here Again medley — Episode #9, taped October 4, 1963; aired October 6, 1963

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Hooray For Love medley — Episode #9 taped October 4, 1963; aired October 6, 1963

  • Hooray for Love (Judy and Barbra)
  • After You’ve Gone (Judy)
  • By Myself (Barbra)
  • ‘S Wonderful (Judy and Barbra)
  • 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)

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Judy Garland and Vic Damone

West Side Story medley — Episode #17, taped December 20, 1963; aired January 19, 1964

  • Maria (Vic)
  • Something’s Coming (Judy)
  • Maria (reprise, Vic)
  • Somewhere (Judy and Vic)
  • Tonight (Judy and Vic)

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Judy Garland and Diahann Carroll

Harold Arlen and Richard Rodgers medley — Episode #21, taped January 31, 1964; aired February 16, 1964

  • Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (m. George Gershwin, w. Ira Gershwin; special material by Mel Tormé) – Shall We Dance (film), 1937
  • It’s Only a Paper Moon (m. Harold Arlen, w. E. Y. Harburg and Billy Rose) – Take a Chance, 1933
  • Dancing on the Ceiling (m. Richard Rodgers, w. Lorenz Hart) – Ever Green, 1930
  • That Old Black Magic (m. Harold Arlen, w. Johnny Mercer) – Star-Spangled Rhythm (film), 1942
  • The Gentleman is a Dope (m. Richard Rogers, w. Oscar Hammerstein II) – Allegro, 1947
  • Ill Wind (m. Harold Arlen, w. Ted Koehler) – Cotton Club Parade, 1934
  • It Might as Well Be Spring (m. Richard Rodgers, w. Oscar Hammerstein II) – State Fair (film), 1945
  • Hit the Road to Dreamland (Arlen, Mercer) – Star Spangled Rhythm (film), 1942
  • Surrey with the Fringe on Top (Rodgers & Hammerstein) – Oklahoma!, 1943
  • Stormy Weather (Arlen-Koehler) – Cotton Club Parade, 1933
  • Lets Take the Long Way Home (Arlen, Mercer) – Here Come the Waves (film), 1944
  • Bali Ha’i (Rodgers & Hammerstein) – South Pacific, 1949
  • Manhattan (Rodgers & Hart) – Garrick Gaieties (revue), 1925
  • The Sweetest Sounds (Rodgers) – No Strings, 1962
  • Anyplace I Hang My Hat Is Home (Arlen, Mercer) – St. Louis Woman, 1946

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Judy Garland and Peggy Lee

I Like Men medley — Episode #13, taped November 8, 1963; aired December 1, 1963

  • I Like Men (Judy and Peggy)
  • You Make Me Feel So Young (Judy)
  • Tess’s Torch Song (I Had a Man) (Judy and Peggy)
  • Fever (Peggy)
  • It’s So Nice to Have a Man Around the House (Judy and Peggy)
  • I’m Just Wild About Harry (Peggy)
  • Charley, My Boy (Judy)
  • Oh, Johnny (Peggy)
  • Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) (Judy and Peggy)
  • Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home (Judy and Peggy)

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Judy Garland and Bobby Darin

Goin’ Home medley — Episode #14, taped November 30, 1963; aired December 29, 1963

  • Sentimental Journey (Judy and Bobby)
  • Going Home Train (Judy)
  • Blues in the Night (Bobby)
  • Goin’ Home (Judy and Bobby)
  • Chattanooga Choo-Choo (Bobby)
  • On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe (Judy)
  • River Stay ‘Way from My Door (Judy)
  • Some of These Days (Bobby)
  • Bye Bye Blackbird (Judy)
  • Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye (Bobby)
  • Beyond the Blue Horizon (Judy)
  • I Know That You Know (Bobby)
  • I’ve Been Working on the Railroad (Judy and Bobby)
  • The Lonesome Road (Judy and Bobby)

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Judy Garland and Jack Jones

Nelson Eddy-Jeanette McDonald medley — Episode #22, taped February 14, 1964; aired February 23, 1964

  • San Francisco (Roger Edens’ verse only) (Judy and Jack)
  • Will You Remember (Sweetheart) (Judy and Jack)
  • Rosalie (Jack)
  • I’ll See You Again (Judy and Jack)
  • Lover Come Back to Me (Judy)
  • The Donkey Serenade (Judy and Jack)

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Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli

We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together medley — Episode #3, taped July 16, 1963; aired November 17, 1963

  • We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together (Henry Manners Katzman, Robert Sour)
  • The Best Is Yet To Come (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh)
  • Bye-Bye, Baby (Jule Styne, Leo Robin )
  • Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)

lyrics: International Lyrics Playground *

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Sources include:

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* The medley transcribed at International Lyrics Playground features “Together (Wherever We Go)” as the fourth song rather than “Bob White.”

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