Presenting Lily Mars | Chicago Reader

Presenting Lily Mars

Judy Garland crashes Broadway, bringing a breath of fresh, midwestern air to its jaded denizens. There's a Booth Tarkington novel in here somewhere, but the real author is Louis B. Mayer, still working out his feverish fantasies of the goyim. Directed by Norman Taurog, with Van Heflin, Richard Carlson, Spring Byington, and the big bands of Bob Crosby and Tommy Dorsey (1943).

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