Hollywood turns out for the premiere of — A Star Is Born (September, 1954)

bacall sinatra judy bogartjudy garland marlene dietrichJudyGarland-JackWarner-LaurenBacall-AStarIsBornPremiere-Sep1954

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  1. it’s hard when one knows the history and What Happened Next but gosh, doesn’t Judy (judy, judy) look overwhelmed and bamboozled.

    *sighs*

    we particularly enjoyed the Satin Wraps of the 2 columnists. #divine

    • According to Sid Luft: “When he met Judy on the rebound in 1950, she had just been let go by MGM and was, in her own words, “on the slippery slope to a fadeout”. Suffering from drug addiction and a chronic sense of insecurity, she was in danger of becoming a has-been at 28.”

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