Like other iconic performers of her era, Judy Garland was nearly as well known for the scandal surrounding her personal life as she was for her bigger-than-life talent. But early on, she stood out as one of MGM's brightest stars, even among a stable of Hollywood's biggest names. In 1939, won she won a special Academy Award for Best Juvenile Performer (originally intended for Shirley Temple) for The Wizard of Oz, setting her course to superstardom. The Emmy-nominated Judy Garland Show ended its critically acclaimed CBS-TV run after just one season (1963-64). Today, those 26 variety shows are revered by many as the entertainment icon's finest work. In volume two, Judy is joined for an extravaganza of song, dance and comedy by Barbra Streisand, The Smothers Brothers, Ethel Merman, Jane Powell, Ray Bolger (her co-star in The Wizard of Oz) and series regular Jerry Van Dyke. Restored and digitally remastered from the original masters, this dynamic diva will move you like no one else! Look for all 13 volumes, each featuring two 50-minute shows. Bonus Features: Outtakes; original mono sound and 5.1 surround sound.