Pigskin Parade (1936) - (Movie Clip) Texas Tornado
Sending the Texas State team off for the game with Yale, with Jack Haley later the Tin Man in The Wizard Of Oz as the preening coach, and Judy Garland as the hillbilly quarterbacks little sister, with her second song in the feature, in Pigskin Parade, 1936.
Pigskin Parade (1936) -- (Movie Clip) We Want The Balboa
The football team dance, Dixie Dunbar with Stu Erwin, all the Yacht Club Boys, Betty Grable and Johnny Downs, Patsy Kelly and Jack Haley, and finally Judy Garland, loaned from MGM to Fox, for her first song in her first feature, by Lew Pollack and Sidney D. Mitchell, in Pigskin Parade, 1936.
Pigskin Parade (1936) -- (Movie Clip) It's Love I'm After
Before the big game vs. Yale, Judy Garland (age 14) representing fictional Texas State, her song by Lew Pollack and Sidney D. Mitchell, said to have stopped traffic outside the LA coliseum while she performed it inside, in her one-time loan-out to Fox from MGM, in Pigskin Parade, 1936.
Pigskin Parade (1936) -- (Movie Clip) What's Wrong With Texas?
New York high school coach Jack Haley and wife Patsy Kelly arrive for his new gig at fictional Texas State, greeted by Johnny Downs as Carson, Betty Grable his girl, with Dixie Dunbar, Arline Judge and Fred Kohler Jr. as running back Biff, in Pigskin Parade, 1936, from Twentieth Century-Fox.
Pigskin Parade (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Y'all Stop For Melons?
Judy Garlands first scene in her first feature, collegians Johnny Downs and Betty Grable on a failed recruiting trip with the coachs wife (Patsy Kelly) when they discover Judy and her redneck melon-heaving brother Stu Erwin, in Twentieth Century-Foxs Pigskin Parade 1936.