Hello everyone! 🙂
Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!
And welcome to the second instalment of this year’s ‘Judy Garland Film Review Season’!
We’re going back in time to before Judy Garland did ‘Easter Parade’ with Fred Astaire and to one of her earliest and perhaps breakthrough films which arguably features her first adult-type role. Unless you consider ‘For Me and My Gal’ to be her first adult-type role, but I’ll have to watch and review that film another time.
It’s time for ‘Presenting Lily Mars’ starring Judy Garland and Van Heflin. The film was released in 1943. It also features Fay Bainter, Richard Carlson, Spring Byington, Marta Eggerth, Connie Gilchrist, Leonid Kinske, Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra and Bob Crosby and his Orchestra. Does this 1943 film stand the test of time?
Please feel free to check out, read and comment on my review for ‘Presenting Lily Mars’ by clicking on the link for it.
Bye for now!