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The fact about liza being a jugenea child is fake though right? I mean, she has vicente's face, height and good eye for cinematography.. Or you're gonna say it was plastic surgery and familiarity.. Lol

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No, it’s not fake. We at Old Hollywood Facts have conducted extensive research into the matter.

And, for the record, Liza has never had a touch of plastic surgery in her entire life. 

Her flawless looks and face are thanks to her extensive tutelage under drag queens who have taught her how to manipulate makeup in order to appear several decades younger than she actually is.

FACT: During the “Fella with an Umbrella” number from Easter Parade Judy Garland’s red feather in her hat got wet and bled down her face. It baffled the director and wardrobe department because they made sure the costume was perfect for the scene. No one knew where the red came from.

The following day it was announced that Deanna Durbin was attacked and had her blood drained. Judy Garland later in life used to tell of a story about how she ran into Durbin the night before the Easter Parade number and drained her blood to dip her red feather in claiming it would be more vibrant for the technicolor film and in the process enhance her talent and voice. This unwilling sacrifice from Durbin did indeed enhance the film’s popularity and this once cursed film that had already rid it’s self of Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse went on to become a hit for MGM.

In facts about Liza Minelli in Easter Parade it seems to be a mistake about the daughter of Judy Garland and Vincent Minelli and not Gene Kelly

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Liza MinNelli is indeed the secret love child of Judy and Gene. Where else was she to get her talent as a dancer? Let’s be real, Judy wasn’t all that great of a dancer. MGM made sure to talk VincentE MinNelli into marrying her because they knew the child would have features similar to Gene so she needed another man who would pass as Liza’s father and VincentE fit the bill. They were both offered serious bonuses to be married and start their lives together. They had a contract to remain married for the first few years of Liza’s life. MGM saw it as something else to bank on. Soon their prized musical star and prized director would be giving birth to their official MGM princess so it was going to generate huge buzz for their films together. Liza got to hang around the studio for the first few years of her life and in the process was able to bond with her real father Gene whenever he and VincentE made a film together. The contract was eliminated by MGM when Judy was let go from the studio. They no longer had any say so over what she did and she was free to travel for concerts.

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Was Natalie Wood promiscuous?

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No. Indeed, Natalie Wood was the second woman to conceive a child through immaculate conception. 

FACT: During the musical number “Somewhere there’s Someone” in A Star Is Born from 1954 the Paris segment was not a part of the original cut until Judy Garland met Edith Piaf at a nightclub. After much discussion and admiration of both women they agreed Edith would sing the part for the number with Garland imitating Piaf.

Piaf watched on set behind the palms to sing her part live since Garland was accustom to singing her musical numbers live while filming. For just a brief second if you look close enough you can see Piaf’s foot behind the potted plant as Garland takes the palms and vamps away.

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We are pretty fucking flawless.

I have learned so much on this blog. Thank you.

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FACT: During the filming of Babes in Arms, Busby Berkeley was routinely fellated by Mickey Rooney between takes, which unleashed an animalistic homosexual appetite on the part of Rooney. This accounts for Rooney’s distinct baboon face and mannerisms, which earned him an Academy Award nomination.