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YMMV: Judy Garland
Award Snub: In 1954, Judy Garland, resting and recuperating in a hospital from giving birth to her son, Joey Luft, would watch as Grace Kelly would win for The Country Girl over Garland's seemingly surefire win for her comeback, A Star Is Born, a film heavily edited from 182 to 154 minutes, eliminated crucial dramatic scenes and two musical numbers. She had a camera crew positioned to film her at her hospital bed to broadcast an acceptance speech. Legend has it that what the announcement was made, the crew coldly left Garland, packed up and left. Groucho Marx would call the snub "the greatest robbery since the Brinks." Garland never fully recovered from that loss.
Harsher in Hindsight: If one remembers "Paris is a Lonely Town" from Gay Purr-ee where Mewsette was contemplating suicide, Judy had died six years after the film's release of an accidental barbiturate overdose.
One anecdote from the documentary is that when a reporter came in Judy's hotel room to interview her, she scattered pills, medicine bottles and alcohol all over the front table. When Liza asked her mother why she did so, she exclaimed, "I'm just giving them what they want to see".