Judy Garland was born June 10, 1922 as Frances Ethel Gumm. She was the youngest child of Frank and Ethel Gumm, who were in vaudeville. At 13, she signed with MGM and changer her name to Judy Garland, after the song "Judy" and film critic Robert Garland.
The Judy Garland Show premiered in 1963. It was cancelled in early 1964. However some Garland specials named The Judy Garland Show with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Robert Goulet and Phil Silvers during 1962-63.