Celebrating Hollywood's most famous child actor. Shirley Temple is the most popular and famous child star of all time. After making her first foray into Hollywood at the age of three she soon progressed to superstardom. Shirley could do it all: act sing and dance - and all this by the time she was five! Fans loved her and so did the studios as she clocked up appearance after appearance throughout the 1930s in Depression-hit America. In this unforgettable collection of films Shirley's talent is showcased at its very best. Little Princess (1939)When Captain Crewe... (Ian Hunter) is called to fight in the Boer War he has to leave his daughter Sara (Shirley Temple) along with her pony at Miss Minchin's School for Girls. To The Last Man (1933)Lynn Hayden (Randolph Scott) moves his family from Kentucky to Nevada to escape a bloody feud but ends up involved in a conflict between members of the same warring families. Shirley Temple Shorts Collection (1932-1934) Merrily Yours (1932) The Pie Covered Wagon (1932) Glad Rags To Riches (1932) Polly Tix In Washington (1932) War Babies (1932) Kid In Hollywood (1932) Kid In Africa (1932) Dora's Dunking Donuts (1933) Managed Money (1934) Pardon My Pups (1934) [show more]
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Two features starring Shirley Temple plus a collection of shorts from her days as a Hollywood child star. In 'Little Princess' (1939) Temple plays young Sara Crewe, sent to boarding school by her rich and patriotic father (Ian Hunter) so he can enlist and fight in the Boer War. In 'To the Last Man' (1933) Temple is involved with a family headed by Lynn Hayden (Randolph Scott) who are caught up in a violent feud. The shorts included are: 'Merrily Yours' (1932), 'The Pie Covered Wagon' (1932), 'Glad Rags to Riches' (1932), 'Polly Tix in Washington' (1932), 'War Babies' (1932), 'Kid in Hollywood' (1932), 'Kid in Africa' (1932), 'Dora's Dunking Donuts' (1933), 'Managed Money' (1934) and 'Pardon My Pups' (1934).