‘BORN IN A TRUNK’: JUDY GARLAND: A STAR IS BORN: 1954

Thank you, Thank you very much
I can’t express it any other way
For with this awful trembling in my heart
I just can’t find another thing to say
I’m happy that you liked the show
I’m grateful you liked me
And I’m sure to you the tribute seemed quite right.
But if you knew of all the years
Of hopes and dreams and tears
You’d know it didn’t happen overnight
Huh, overnight!
I was born in a trunk
In the Princess Theatre in Pocatella, Idaho
It was during the matinee on Friday
And they used a makeup towel for my didee
When I first saw the light
It was pink and amber
Coming from the footlights on the stage
When my dad carried me out there to say hello
They told me that I stopped the show.

So I grew up in a crazy world of dressing rooms
And hotel rooms and waiting rooms
And rooms behind-the-scenes.
And I can’t forget the endless rows
Of sleepless nights and eatless nights
And nights without a nickel in my jeans.

But it’s all in the game and the way you play it
And you’ve got to play the game you know.
When you’re born in a trunk at the Princess Theatre
in Pocatello, Idaho

DORIS DAY: IN PICTURES

WITH BOB HOPE ON RADIO TOUR

CLASSIC STUDIO PORTRAIT

‘JULIE’:  1956

‘MIDNIGHT LACE’ : WITH REX HARRISON: 1960

BEHIND THE SCENES: ‘MIDNIGHT LACE’ SET 1960

FASHIONS FROM ‘MIDNIGHT LACE’ : 1960

LEO FUCHS PHOTO

‘MOVE OVER, DARLING’ : 1963

‘SEND ME NO FLOWERS’ : 1964

IRVING BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS: 1954

DANNY KAYE HAMMING IT UP WITH BING CROSBY

ROSEMARY CLOONEY & BING CROSBY