Mary Jane Gumm and Dorothy Virginia Gumm
This was the only film appearance where the Gumm girls were billed as the Garland Sisters. Song: "La Cucharacha" (The Garland Sisters. The Garland Sisters appear in this MGM film, yet Judy was not "discovered" by MGM until one month later, especially since the Garland Sisters are listed fourth in the opening credits. Obviously, someone at MGM was aware of Judy's talent before her audition for L.B. Mayer in September 1935. This was the Garland (Gumm) Sister's last film together. Each sister gets a short solo in the song. Judy and her sisters sing about marijuana!
This was Judy’s fourth appearance on film. The previous three were: The Big Revue, A Holiday in Storyland, and Jack and Jill. Bubbles' is a one-reel Vitaphone Variety, originally shot in Technicolor, but now only surviving in black and white. An all-kiddie musical, this short marks the earliest surviving screen appearance of Judy Garland with her sisters, billed as The Vitaphone Kiddies.
(Aka The Starlet Review) Judy’s first film appearance. The film was made on June 11, 12, & 13, 1929 just after Judy's seventh birthday on June 10th. All of her film appearances in 1929-1930 were in short subjects. promoted as "The Big Revue" with "Ethel Meglin's Hollywood Wonder Kiddies"
As The Gumm Sisters/ The Vitaphone Kiddies. Included the song "Blue Butterfly" (Baby Gumm - this is Judy Garland's first film solo).
As The Gumm Sisters/ The Vitaphone Kiddies. An 8 min. short musical.