I Could Go On Singing

"It's Judy! Lighting up the lonely stage!"
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The powerful and touching movie, I Could Go On Singing is Judy Garland’s last act. It is a combination of drama and music that tells the heartbreaking story of a singer who chooses fame and fortune over family and love. As the story unfolds, the audience learns of her past love life, about the child she leaves behind, her rise to fame, and the price she paid for the choices she made along the way. Being a musical, Judy Garland performs a number of songs including “Hello Bluebird”, “It Never Was About You”, and “I Could Go On Singing.”

Not Rated
| 1963 | 1 hr 39 min | 7.0/10
Judy Garland, Dirk Bogarde, Jack Klugman, Aline MacMahon
Ronald Neame
Produced By
Stuart Millar,, Lawrence Turman
I Could Go On Singing
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