“Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & Dave & Sue & Me: A Memoir” Book Giveaway (Facebook & Blog, June)!

“Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & Dave & Sue & Me: A Memoir”
Book Giveaway – Qualifying Entry Task for Facebook/Blog Contest

And, now, for our next contest… I am happy to say that CMH is giving away TWO COPIES of  Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & David & Sue & Me: A Memoir via Facebook and this Blog, courtesy of St. Martin’s Press. We’ll also be giving away FIVE MORE copies of the book via Twitter this month as well, so don’t forget to enter that contest too if you’re also on Twitter…

Here’s how you can enter to win a copy of the book via this contest…

In order to qualify to win a copy of Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & David & Sue & Me: A Memoir via this Facebook/Blog contest giveaway, you must complete the following task by Saturday, July 4 at 7PM EST. Two winners will be selected at random and announced here on this Blog, and on Facebook on Sunday July 5th.

If you’re also on Twitter and want more chances to win, visit us at @ClassicMovieHub for additional giveaways — because we’ll be giving away FIVE more Books there as well! 

Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & David & Sue & Me...: A Memoir by Stevie Phillips…..

ENTRY TASK to be completed by Saturday, July 4 at 7PM EST…

1) Answer the below question via the comment section at the bottom of this blog post

THE QUESTION:
What do you love most about Judy Garland? 

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Please note that only Continental United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and the territory of Puerto Rico) entrants are eligible.

And — BlogHub members ARE eligible to win if they live within the Continental United States (as noted above).

See complete contest rules here.

For more info, follow @StMartinsPress on twitter.

And if you can’t wait to win the book, you can purchase it on amazon via the below link (click on image):

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–Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub

 

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6 Responses to “Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & Dave & Sue & Me: A Memoir” Book Giveaway (Facebook & Blog, June)!

  1. Carl says:

    Great question! I love lots of things about Judy. Her talent was immense and her wit and outspokenness are still legendary. That’s probably the biggest thing for me, that she spoke her mind and help to break the stereotype of the submissive woman. I think women today owe her and some of her contemporaries some thanks for being role models who were unafraid to speak up.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Congratulations Carl! You’ve just won a copy of the book! I will email you tomorrow. If you don’t receive the email please let me know. Thanks for entering and enjoy!

  2. Dorothy Winnett says:

    Judy Garland gave us her heart and soul ♥♥♥

  3. Tam May says:

    What I love most about Judy Garland is her ability to convey pathos in so many diverse roles. Many people think of her as a song-and-dance woman with such hits as “The Wizard Of Oz”, “Meet Me In St. Louis”, “The Harvey Girls” and others. But Garland did some amazing dramatic roles where she didn’t sing a note or dance a step but made the audience feel the sadness, desperation, anger, and frustration of her character. Some of my favorites:

    – The Clock (1945) – Garland understated honest working girl is the perfect pairing with to Robert Walker’s boy-next-door somewhat bumbling serviceman that gives the film its subtle sweetness
    – Judgment At Nuremberg (1961) – Although Garland’s role here isn’t a large one, it’s very potent as a witness for the prosecution and I especially admire how her breakdown during the second cross-examination is realistic and not overdone. Something that I think is very difficult for an actor to pull off.
    – A Star Is Born (1954) – although Garland has some great performances in this film (especially the after-hours nightclub performance of “The Man That Got Away”, the film is more of a drama than a musical and Garland is so endearing as the perky rising star while still showing her unfailing love and loyalty to falling star James Mason. This is one rare example where the remake is better than the original and I think that’s mainly due to Garland and Mason.

    Tam

  4. What I love most about Judy Garland is her singing, especially “Over the Rainbow”!

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Congratulations Shirley! You’ve just won a copy of the book! I will email you tomorrow. If you don’t receive the email please let me know. Thanks for entering and enjoy!

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