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Judy Garland Robert Goulet & Phil Silvers Show

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"This very special television event, which aired February 1963, helped launch the famed Judy Garland Show, which captivated TV audiences throughout 1963 and 1964. Join Judy, Robert Goulet, and Phil Silvers at their entertaining best for song, dance, and brilliant comedy!Hello, Bluebird (Judy)Love Walked In (Robert)Here I'll Stay With You (Judy and Robert)Through the Years (Judy)If Ever I Would Leave You (Robert)Love is a Lovely Thing (Judy and Robert)Get Happy (Judy)I'll Go My Way By Myself (Judy)Medly: Im Following You; Hey Babe; If I Had a Hammer; Where or When; We are the Muskateers; I'm Following You (Judy, Phil and Robert on all)"

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  • Format: PAL, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • DVD Release Date: February 17, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000CCQ9N8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #733,075 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Byron Kolln HALL OF FAME on June 13, 2009
Judy Garland shares the bill with Robert Goulet and Phil Silvers on this 1963 television special, which acted as a prelude-of-sorts for her regular TV series the following year. Garland is in prime vocal condition, and she's ably partnered by two very capable leading men.

Robert Goulet, who rose to fame as the romantic lead Lancelot in Broadway's "Camelot" three years previous, had by this point established himself as a popular matinee idol and recording artist. His marriage to Broadway leading lady Carol Lawrence ("West Side Story"'s original Maria) cemented them both as the 'Royal Couple' of musical theatre.

With television's "Sgt. Bilko", comedian Phil Silvers was also at the top of his profession. No stranger to musicals; he had starred opposite Nanette Fabray in composer Jule Styne's first big show, "High Button Shoes" in 1947.

The show opens with Garland's dazzling "Hello Bluebird" (also introduced in the film "I Could Go on Singing" that same year). Robert Goulet, looking very dapper with slicked-back hair and tux, joins Garland (also very lovely in a sleek black gown and fur stole) for a love medley that comprises "Love Walked In", "Here I'll Stay with You", "Through the Years", "If Ever I Would Leave You", and "Love is a Lovely Thing".

Garland also gets to share a delicious comedy routine with Phil Silvers, after he gatecrashes her rendition of "I Happen to Like New York", and decides to share with the audience some commonplace sights and sounds around the city. After a quick dissolve, Garland returns, dressed in a black tassle-skirt and fedora hat, to perform her rousing "Get Happy". She later performs both her famous "Love" Medley, and "By Myself", before joining the boys again for an hilarious series of musical skits.
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