The Wizard of Oz
Judy Garland did receive a “Juvenile Academy Award,” some sort of honorary tribute, recognizing her for her contributions to film in 1939 for her roles in The Wizard of Oz and Babes In Arms. And perhaps she enjoyed receiving the honor. But she did not receive any actual nominations for the award, which she certainly deserved, considering she starred in The Wizard of Oz at the young age of 17 and managed to craft one of the most identifiable performances in American cinematic history. Nor did she receive any Academy recognition until 20 movies later, for A Star Is Born (1954), for which she was nominated for Best Actress. Garland also was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Judgment at Nuremberg (1962).