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Judy Garland, 7 to 17. Frances E Gumm becomes Judy G. & sings songs from 8 of her earliest movies.

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Frances Ethel Gumm, born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota on June 10, 1922 began her successful climb to the pinnacle of stardom at an early age. This video...

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Frances Ethel Gumm, born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota on June 10, 1922 began her successful climb to the pinnacle of stardom at an early age. This video shows a sample of her earliest career from age 7 to 17.
Her first film appearance was in The Big Revue, a kiddie parody of the adult revues of the day, released to theaters in August 1929 when "Frances" was just 7. She performs "In the Good Old Sunny South" with sisters Virginia and Mary Jane Gumm. The music was composed by Milton Ager and Jack Yellen.
The second song performed by the Gumm Sisters is "In the Land of Lets Pretend" from the Vitaphone soundie "Bubbles" filmed in 1929 and released in January 1930 when "Frances" was still 7.The music was composed by Harry Akst with Lyrics by Grant Clarke.
The third film of Frances Gumm was "A Holiday in Storyland" from April 1930, the third film of Frances Gumm while age 7. It seems that all copies of that short soundie have been lost. The film was an early two strip technicolor 9 minute one reeler. The three Gumm Sisters perform 'When the Butterflies Kiss the Buttercups Good-Night", music by Edward Nelson with lyrics by Charles O"Flynn and Harry Pease.
She would not be in another film for five years when she again appears with her sisters, now billed as The Garland Sisters singing La Cucaracha from the movie La Fiesta de Santa Barbara in December 1935. "Frances" was just 13. The popular song is uncredited.
In 1936, she would co-star with Patsy Kelly and Betty Grable in Pigskin Parade from October 1936. Fourteen year old Frances, hereafter to be known as Judy Garland, sang "The Balboa" also danced by Dixie Dunbar and cast. Balboa was composed by Lew Pollack; lyrics, Sidney Mitchell. In the finale, she sings "The Texas Tornado" also by Pollack and Mitchell.
Also at age 14, the upcoming star performed in an 11 minute MGM short "Every Sunday" in theaters in November 1936. In this soundie, she sings "Waltz with a Swing" by Con Conrad and "Americana" by Roger Edens, then shares the stage with Deanna Durbin for a reprise of Americana.
Next, in the movie "Listen Darling" first seen in October 1938 when Judy was still only 16, her glistening talent becomes recognized when the world first hears her sing "Zing Went the Strings of MY Heart" composed by James Hanley.
In August 1939, the movie of all time, The Wizard of Oz, was released and it star was 17 year old Judy Garland. This musical has been seen more times by more people than anything else on TV. Judy skips into adulthood singing "We're Off to See the Wizard".
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