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babygumm1922:

Judy Garland on the set of The Clock.

babygumm1922:

Judy Garland on the set of The Clock.


“[Judy] loved kids so much in the first place. I remember the first time she met my daughter, Kate, who was then about three or four years old. Judy saw some drawings that Kate had done of the characters from The Wizard of Oz, and she loved them; she started to cry: ‘I’ve got to see her.’ I said, ‘She’s asleep’, so we went in quietly, and Judy sat down on Kate’s bed. Kate rolled over and opened one eye, and Judy said, ‘Kate. It’s Dorothy.’ And Kate said, ‘What?!’ And we all just laughed and laughed.” — Bill Colleran.

“[Judy] loved kids so much in the first place. I remember the first time she met my daughter, Kate, who was then about three or four years old. Judy saw some drawings that Kate had done of the characters from The Wizard of Oz, and she loved them; she started to cry: ‘I’ve got to see her.’ I said, ‘She’s asleep’, so we went in quietly, and Judy sat down on Kate’s bed. Kate rolled over and opened one eye, and Judy said, ‘Kate. It’s Dorothy.’ And Kate said, ‘What?!’ And we all just laughed and laughed.” — Bill Colleran.

im sitting here crying thinking about how old mickey rooney is

he is the last male star from hollywood ’30s think about that guys

when he dies my life is over

my hopes

my dreams

are based on mickey rooney living another 30 years and then we can die together

im getting depressed just thinking about how different things are now from when he was a kid

that would kill me off right away