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Judy knelt beside the block of wet cement and with her finger inscribed her name, then planted her hands in the cement for a handprint.

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Comment by Ufonka on September 27, 2008 at 8:17am
Classic Movie Man:
Biography by Anne Edwards. You are right. Ethel been there and - leaned over Judy and with her own finger straightened a letter in Judy´s signature. So - I don´t know where is truth, but i think, that Judy´s mother was been bad woman. When Judy was pregnant for the first time Ethel forced her to abortion.
Comment by Classic Movie Man on September 26, 2008 at 3:44pm
Which biography ? There are quite a few in print and I believe some as ever aren't completely accurate. I'm sure I read somewhere that Ethel Gumm her mother did a weird thing after Judy signed her name in the cement straightened out the writing or something ? Though that doesn't seem to be borne out by that picture. Ethel was a bit of a control freak in those early days when it came to Judy, she had dreamed of being the big star her daughter became.
Comment by Ufonka on September 26, 2008 at 8:21am
Hello Addie! :)
There isn´t reason about this time. I posted this, when I read and translate her biography, and there was this part. I must say, that her life is very and very sad!
Some passages, mainly from her teenage, are really scary!

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