Judy Garland, "the world's greatest entertainer," would have been 90 years old on Sunday, June 10.
To celebrate Garland's birthday, Turner Classic Movies will broadcast a 24-hour marathon of her best films, including The Wizard of Oz, Meet Me in St. Louis, Easter Parade and A Star is Born.
Here is the complete schedule. Asterisked titles below are those programs co-hosted by Robert Osborne and Garland biographer John Fricke:
6 am -- Everybody Sing
7:45 am -- Love Finds Andy Hardy
9:30 am -- Strike Up the Band
*12 pm -- For Me and My Gal
* 2 pm -- Girl Crazy
* 3:45 pm -- A Star Is Born
* 7 pm -- The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic (documentary)
8 pm -- The Wizard of Oz (ESSENTIAL, JR. series)
* 10 pm -- Meet Me in St. Louis
* 12 am -- Easter Parade
* 2 am -- Summer Stock
4:15 am -- I Could Go On Singing
On June 22 (the 43rd anniversary of Garland's death), PBS will rebroadcast the Emmy-winning American Masters | Judy Garland: By Myself, co-produced by Fricke.