Shirley Temple Black, Parting is such sweet sorrow, 1928-2014. A Loving Remembrance.

Classic Film Aficionados

Our Good Ship Lollipop girl has passed leaving a legacy of sweetness, wholesomeness and joy for generations to come. Shirley Jane Temple was born on April 23rd, 1928 in Santa Monica, California.

Miss Temple started off with numerous short films[1], getting her first feature film roles in 1932 with Red Haired Alibi and Kid’s Last Stand she did have some uncredited feature-work (To the Last Man, 1933, Carolina and  As the Earth Turns, 1934) and having her scenes deleted in the 1934 production of  Mandalay.

Appearing with Hollywood elite, movie after movie, Shirley Temple acted along side with the who’s who of the Silver Screen. During her career she captured lead roles in the beloved children’s classic stories adapted for moving-pictures: Heidi, 1937 and Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, 1938. And not leaving out her more adult work, she was able to  grab spots in three true classic Hollywood films: Since You Went Away, 1944, The Bachelor and…

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