Deanna Durbin, Judy Garland, and the Golden Age of Hollywood
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Blackstone Publishing, 2023.
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Melanie Gall., Melanie Gall|AUTHOR., & Melanie Gall|READER. (2023). Deanna Durbin, Judy Garland, and the Golden Age of Hollywood . Blackstone Publishing.

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Melanie Gall, Melanie Gall|AUTHOR and Melanie Gall|READER. Deanna Durbin, Judy Garland, and the Golden Age of Hollywood Blackstone Publishing, 2023.

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From the start, Deanna's life was irrevocably connected with that of another young ingénue, Judy Garland. Deanna and Judy were wildly talented, ambitious, and strong-willed young women who followed vastly different paths to stardom. While fame was thrust upon Deanna, Judy spent years struggling for success and their early friendship soon turned into a lifelong rivalry.

Despite her tragic life, Judy Garland is remembered as an entertainment icon, beloved by millions. However, Deanna Durbin-who turned her back on Hollywood at the age of twenty-eight to pursue love and happiness-has been largely forgotten. But Deanna's legacy endures, and this first-ever biography tells of how her gorgeous voice and winning charm vaulted her to worldwide fame and how a thirteen-year-old girl transformed moviemaking and influenced a generation of fans as the first teenage superstar.
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