Judy Garland photo galleries


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Baby Gumm (Frances Ethel) 1930 from  jgdb.com, the Judy Garland Database

Links to large external photo galleries

There is a large gallery of Judy Garland photographs, over 300 images, spanning most if not all of her career, at this site: Judy Garland, allstarpics.net. There are fifteen pages in the gallery. Use the page selector, or the “next” and “back” tabs.

judy-dissolvePhotobucket has a large Judy Garland gallery, dozens of pages. Don’t know how many of these are the same as the allstarpics collection, because I haven’t had a chance to look through these pages yet. Photobucket seems to weed out most of the mislabeled and irrelevant images in their Garland collection, a very common problem with Google image searches. However, the search “George Gershwin” at photobucket gave many, in fact mostly, irrelevant results. “Gershwin” worked only slightly better.

Judy at photobucket — As of 9 Feb 2012, photobucket’s “Judy Garland” collection contains 4,811 items. An issue with photobucket is that many of the images are small and cannot be enlarged. Perhaps they can be if you have an account.


Note,Feb 2012: Some of the images in the Judy Garland gallery need to be darkened, having been lightened during a long period when my monitor was defective.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Barb
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 13:05:05

    Judy was such a great singer, actress and entertainer.

    I am working on a blog of the old Hollywood studio photographers and I am currently working on Virgil Apger who took some great pix of Garland on the set of “The Wizard of Oz” and some others.

    Here is my blog if you are interested:


    I plan on including Judy whenever possible.

    Sincerely, Barb



    • doc
      Apr 27, 2011 @ 18:45:37

      Hi Barb,

      You’re site looks great. I’ll certainly return. Today I’m just getting back online for the first time in a month. Virus trouble which took an expert to fix. I was really beginning to enjoy that unexpected vacation though. Now it’s going to be a struggle to get back to something like the momentum I had for two years of constructing this site (roughly 5,000 hours of work).

      My JG images need work. Many were edited during a period of time when my PC was too dark. Haven’t heard of Virgil Apger yet, but I’m interested. See you soon. — Jim



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