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Shirley Temple

Shirley Temple [5]

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Born:April 23, 1928
Died:February 10, 2014 (85)
Filmography Rating:6.88 / 10
IMDB Rating:5.75 / 10
Amazon Rating:3.50 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:88.00%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
War Babies [1932](4) => Charmaine
Dora's Dunking Donuts [1933](5) => Shirley
Managed Money [1933](5) => Mary Lou Rogers
Pardon My Pups [1934](6) => Mary Lou Rogers
The Little Princess [1939](11) => Sara Crewe

Trivia that mentions this person:
The Little Princess [1939]
  • In the scene where a parrot flies into Sara's room off of Ram Daz's (Cesar Romero) shoulder, originally a small monkey was to be used. However, the monkey did not seem to like Shirley Temple and kept trying to bite her. So for safety sake, they used a Macaw parrot instead.
  • Shirley Temple's first Technicolor film.
    War Babies [1932]
  • Shirley Temple said her first line of dialogue in this film. The line, "Oui, mon cher," was a French phrase she did not understand.
  • Shirley Temple's parents, [?] George Temple and [?] Gertrude Temple, took their daughter to see this movie at a local theater; Gertrude later recalled, "The picture lasted ten minutes. Shirley merely flitted across the screen a few times and said only two lines. But my head swam and the goose flesh popped out on my arms. I think I cried a little. George squeezed my hand. We were proud. It was our little girl doing something wonderful, like saying her first words, and we were happy."