“THE JUDY GARLAND SHOW” Rights Up At Auction for $1.5M Today, The Royalty Exchange launches the auction for FULL OWNERSHIP to the US RIGHTS of THE JUDY GARLAND SHOW at $1.5M. This astounding offering contains ALL 26 CLASSIC EPISODES of the 1963-964 CBS variety show. For the first time, the general public will be able to own the rights to a piece of Judy Garland’s historic entertainment career. In addition to the complete episodes, the masters in the auction also include OVER 15 NEVER-BROADCASTED SHOW OUTTAKES, a behind-the-scenes photo gallery, press and glamour shots from the show, and an audio commentary with those involved in the original broadcast of the series.
Tulsa Symphony to perform with remastered ‘Wizard of Oz’ The production, created by John Goberman, producer of the award-winning PBS series “Live from Lincoln Center,” combines the showing of a newly remastered print of the 1939 classic film starring Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr and Jack Haley, with an orchestra performing the complete score – all the Arlen-Harburg songs as well as Herbert Stothart’s Academy Award-winning score that weaves together original music, motifs from the songs, even bits of Mendelssohn and Mussorgsky. “Tulsans will be treated to a presentation of this film such as they have never seen or heard before,” said TSO executive director Ron Predl.