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Shirley Temple 1936

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on Aug 24, 2011 8:33 PM
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Famous child actress Shirley Jane Temple (born April 23, 1928) began her career at 3 years old in 1932. Shirley Temple's acting career includes multiple roles in films specifically designed around her character. Some of the more popular movies include Stand up and Cheer, Bright Eyes, Curly Top, The Little Princess and Heidi.

Shirley Temple, later known as Shirley Black Temple, would go on to win an Academy Award in 1935 and became the U.S. Ambassador to Ghana.
Date & Place: in California USA

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AncientFaces commented on Jun 30
The name, the face, the dimples and the ringlets - generations have laughed and cried with this little dynamo born almost a century ago in 1928. Shirley Temple Black (April 23, 1928 – February 10, 2014), known simply as Shirley Temple, began her film career at the tender age of 3 in 1931. She said later in life that her mother lied about her age (making her younger) in order for her to appear precocious - and it worked. The youngest of 3 (she had 2 older brothers), some of her most memorable films were "Curly Top", "Heidi", "The Little Colonel " and "Stand Up and Cheer". While her co-stars were adult luminaries, she stole the show from all of them. From actor, singer, and dancer to a US diplomat, we remember Shirley's life.
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