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Shirley Temple is still a beloved icon around the world to the point
that you could "Google" her name and spend the rest
of the day checking the resulting search. 

How about some Shirley Temple Clips?
Shirley sings to some of her dolls, from Poor Little Rich Girlhttp://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi3248226585/.
Shirley with Victor McLaglen in Wee Willie Winkiehttp://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi2247885081.
Shirley and Buddy Ebsen At the Codfish Ball:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=837dhaRymmI&feature=related.

Shirley Temple Paper Dolls
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Ready to be Colored
More Shirley Temple Paper Dolls
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Ready to be Colored

One fun thing for you, your kids and/or grandkids are the Shirley Temple Paper Dolls.  These dolls look pretty funky now but click on them and they'll be great to print out and color!

The Same Shirley Temple Paper Dolls
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Already Colored
Shriley Temple Paper Dolls All Over the Place!
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Also Already Colored

And if you want them already colored . . . here they are!
 

Bill "Bojnngles" Robinson and Shirley Temple
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In "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm"

Shirley Temple in "Stowaway" (1936)
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With Many Character Actors from "Charlie Chan in Shanghai" (1935)

STOWAWAY (1936):  Shirley Temple is an orphan in China.  She gets help from Philip Ahn in escaping the bad guys on their way to Sanchow.  Ahn arranges for Willie Fung (Chang, a boatman) to take her to Ahn’s brother in Shanghai. . . .  He doesn’t realize that Shirley will wake up in the boat alone since Fung has found an enticing gambling boat nearby . . . and this is just the BEGINNING of the story!  For Charlie Chan Fans, this link has the imdb.com list of cast and characters to make easier work of finding our favorite Chan actors in this movie because just keeping track of Shirley Temple in this movie is hard enough!:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0028315/fullcredits#cast:

Part 1:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VanizKQf_zU&feature=related

Part 2:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrPE1X1vUy8&NR=1

Part 3:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdY0eF5ybyo&feature=related

Part 4:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XnnBYxhYmk&NR=1

Part 5:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Uxj6sZ38zY&NR=1

Part 6:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WuYYyQwc2I&NR=1

Part 7:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaBQyEGop24&NR=1

Part 8:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvWKlpLSw5Y&NR=1

Part 9:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKeAU0G-dvI&NR=1

Shirley Temple
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Click for Her Official Shirley Temple Web Site
Orson Welles
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In His Mercury Theatre Days

AND FOR YOUR PARENTS:
 
Shirley Temple Black brought a new perspective to Orson Well's reputation in her autobiography, Child Star (McGraw-Hill Publishing company, 1988).   She wrote about a croquet match that was part of a publicity layout on pages 284 - 285:
 
     "Did you hear my program about Martians [War of the Worlds]?"
     "Yes," I stroked my ball and scowled.  It had stopped wide of the final wicket.  "Nelson Eddy was why I listened."
     Welles turned and leaned on his mallet, waiting.  My evening routine included listening to Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy.  I explained but when guest Eddy came on to sing, I switched stations and stumbles on his.
     "Did you believe my program?" he asked, striking a pleasing pose for our photographers.
     "No, I knew it wasn't true."
     Taking careful aim, I knocked his ball slightly away from the mouth of the final wicket, leaving mine in good position.
     His return shot caromed my ball away into a difficult lie.
     "How did you know?" he asked.
     Engrossed with my final chance, I said nothing and concentrated.  I missed.
     "Well," I replied resignedly.  "If men from Mars had come here, why would just your program be broadcasting the news?  That didn't make sense, so I didn't believe it."
 
And Orson Welles had the reputation as an enfant terribles?!
Plus, you had to wonder about all those adults
who were so terrified by his broadcast!
 
Reprinted from The Old Movie Maven Blog, September 20, 2005.