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Shirley Temple

This group is dedicated to the work of the adorable, heart melting Shirley Temple.

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Comment by Terra Markov on May 12, 2016 at 6:05pm
My Favorite Shirley Temple Movie Is Bright Eyes
Comment by Kristine Sader on March 18, 2014 at 7:33pm

With Ms. Temple's passing, they have been showing her movies a lot. I just saw That Hagen Girl. What a difference from her younger days, or even from the Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer and what twists. A good moral about gossip and jumping to conclusions.

Comment by Jolene on December 20, 2010 at 4:49am
Comment by Rosieyposie7 on December 19, 2010 at 7:02pm

wasnt that kid OF 4.5 yrs so very SMART or what ?

I'm presenting SHIRLEY right now~

........................BABY'..take a BOW! @


Comment by kareng on December 19, 2010 at 7:10am
Rosieyposie7, great clip. Shirley was just the most adorable little girl.
Comment by kareng on December 18, 2010 at 8:43pm

Sharon, those are gorgeous colorisations of Shirley!

Comment by Rosieyposie7 on October 29, 2010 at 6:06pm
..... It's just an Old fashion song~
Enjoy SHIRLEYS music,
oh my Goodness!!!
Comment by Kristine Sader on March 11, 2010 at 7:34pm
I recently saw 2 of Shirley Temples movies, The first one was called Now & Forever, (I think) with Gary Cooper in a rare bad-guy part, although he did a noble thing in the end, and then I saw Little Miss Marker. How charming and different both movies were. I loved Adolph Menjou in the role of Sorrowful. I also read Gloria Stewart's autobiography where she mentions working with Shirley, and she doesn't really say much. I was hoping she would say more.
Comment by Sentimental Memories on January 20, 2010 at 11:02pm
When my mother was in high school in New York City, she wrote to many moviestars asking them for their favorite poems, which she intended to have published and send as an inspiration to the servicemen & women in WWII. She didn't finish that project, due to getting married and raising her family...and has passed away at an early age, due to breast cancer. Now my sister and brother and I are trying to pursue her dream to get her anthology published. We have well over 100 letters from stars on their letterhead...some even handwritten by the stars themselves, and even have the envelopes with the "3Cent Victory Stamps" on them. We have a very nice letter also from Shirley Temple, dated 1945, and it has her favorite poem, and also mentions that she was sorry for the delay in responding, but she was so busy doing the movie "Kiss and Tell" at the time. It is so amazing how very polite and kind the moviestars were at that time...I hope you like our short trailer, and if you have any helpful hints on publishing this fine collection...please let us know...Thank You!!!!
Comment by Michael Joseph Pieper on January 7, 2010 at 2:26pm
Good to see you back Yehuda. Have'nt seen you in a few Days. Because we got a quarter inch of snow with only an expectation of between only 2 to 4 inchs. Everything is closed down around here and The Orthotic Specialist called at 9 AM to cancell my appointment to get my Leg until next Tuesday. This is like a Comedy with an early young Peter Sellers. So Instead of Getting Mad Iam going to see if I can find a Shirley Temple Movie on The Internet Archive, Watch It and Review It.

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