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Be -- to take our Judy Garland -- of New York which we'll take you around this city.
To -- most memorable.
New York locations.
One of the highlights of the -- calendar is the Tony Awards.
And in March 1952 the sixth annual Tony Awards took place right here in the grand ballroom.
Of the Waldorf Astoria presented by the legendary Helen -- Judy Garland was to win -- special Tony award for her contribution to the revival of -- With her record breaking.
Nineteen week run at the palace theater.
Judy wasn't alone that night on the winners included was safer aired Julie Harris Phil Silvers Gertrude Lawrence and you'll bring the victim or -- performed for the guests.
And the award for best musical.
It went to the -- and you're of the -- -- Theater home of the end of the rainbow this amazing theater was built in 1907 for the theater impresario David Glasgow.
-- -- Think he smiled through the mail clients change.
You may have seen the iconic posters and Judy Garland 1961 concert at Carnegie Hall the ones with Judy Judy Judy on them.
-- -- on April 23 1961 at Carnegie Hall has often been called the greatest night in show business history.
With a 38 piece orchestra the sold out concert at a -- ticket price.
Nine dollars and ninety cents -- deep in those days.
The content itself ran for almost two hours and fifteen minutes.
But it has lived on for months longer than that it's hard to imagine the glamorous Judy Garland running -- the commuter train home after work.
But Grand Central Terminal one at New York's most iconic buildings played an important role in Judy Garland career even if it wasn't for -- transportation.
The clock inside the Grand Central Terminal was in fact that featured performer in -- -- 1940 fight film but block.
Directed by future husband Vincent Minnelli is about ten years before her famous -- -- -- Carnegie Hall Judy Garland appeared in the series of shows at the legendary.
With a top ticket price of six dollars the 1951 -- sold out as soon as it open.
Garland and many of her famous friends were dying here at Pepsi's on west 56 feet just steps away from the beautiful Carnegie Hall.
Italian restaurant was founded in 1944.
And remains in the hands this -- of him and who were those famous friends that dined with -- here.
Frank Sinatra Dean Martin and Sammy Davis junior otherwise known as -- rat pack.
Thank you for joining us on the Judy Garland tour of New York brought here by end of the rainbow on Broadway.