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Shirley Temple: Little Darling Collection
Format: DVD Genre: Family, Comedy Video
Shirley Temple: Little Darling Collection

Shirley Temple: Little Darling Collection

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Eighteen-disc set includes:

Bright Eyes 91934)

Irresistible orphan Shirley Temple charms a rich old coot, his lovely niece and an adventurous flyer who compete for adoption rights. This is the movie that features America’s Sweetheart doing her classic rendition of "On the Good Ship Lollipop." With Jane Darwell, James Dunn. 84 min. BW&C/Rtg: PG

Baby Take A Bow 91934)

The first starring vehicle for Shirley Temple was a musical drama about an ex-con struggling to stay straight and the adorable daughter who keeps him away from shady criminals and a persistent cop. James Dunn and Claire Trevor co-star. 74 min. BW&C/Rtg: PG

Stand Up And Cheer! 91934)

Will Rogers had the idea for this Depression-beater about a big variety show staged by "Secretary of Entertainment" Warner Baxter to lift the nation’s spirits. The host of talent includes 6-year-old Shirley Temple, Stepin Fetchit, Theresa "Aunt Jemima" Gardenia, and John Boles, and songs include "Baby Take a Bow" and "We’re Out of the Red." 69 min. BW/Rtg: PG

The Little Colonel 91935)

One of Shirley Temple’s best-loved films, with the million-dollar moppet playing peacemaker between her ex-Confederate officer grandfather and her mother, who married a Yankee. Features the classic "stair dance" between Temple and Bill "Bojangles" Robinson; with Lionel Barrymore. 81 min. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Littlest Rebel 91935)

Little Virgie Cary (Shirley Temple) "polly wolly doodles" all the day on the family plantation in the Antebellum South, until the outbreak of war sends her father (John Boles) off to fight. After pa is arrested by Union soldiers and sentenced to death, singing Southern belle Virgie and slave Uncle Billy (Bill Robinson) go all the way to President Lincoln to save his life. Adaptation of Edward Peple’s 1909 play co-stars Jack Holt, Karen Morley. Songs include "Dixie," "Polly Wolly Doodle." 73 min. BW&C/Rtg: PG

Curly Top 91935)

How would America have ever gotten through the Depression without curly-topped tot Shirley Temple tapping and charming her way into our hearts? Here she’s plucky little orphan Elizabeth Blair, who plays matchmaker for her big sister (Rochelle Hudson) with a handsome millionaire (John Boles). Adaptation of the 1912 novel "Daddy-Long-Legs" by Jean Webster co-stars Arthur Treacher, Jane Darwell, Esther Dale; songs include "Animal Crackers in My Soup," "When I Grow Up." 76 min. BW&C/Rtg: G

Captain January 91936)

A lighthouse keeper (Guy Kibbee) saves a little girl (Shirley Temple) from the boating accident that drowns her folks and the two lead a happy life with their salty pals until a truant officer interferes. Sentimental favorite with great songs, including Shirley’s delightful dance routine with Buddy Ebsen, "At the Codfish Ball." 76 min. BW&C/Rtg: G

Dimples 91936)

Street performer Shirley Temple is cared for by rapscallious grandfather Frank Morgan in turn-of-the-century New York when a society matron offers to adopt her in this tuneful tearjerker. Songs include "Oh Mister Man Up in the Moon" and "Dixie-Anna"; Bill Robinson arranged the dancing. 78 min. BW&C/Rtg: PG

Stowaway 91936)

This is the film where Shirley Temple "speaks and sings Chinese," according to the ads. Shirley portrays Ching-Ching, the ward of a group of murdered missionaries in China, who accidentally stows aboard an ocean liner bound for America. Along the way she’s adopted by playboy Tommy Randall (Robert Young) and his wife (Alice Faye), sings "I Wanna Go to the Zoo" and "That’s What I Want for Christmas," and imitates Al Jolson and Eddie Cantor! 87 min. BW/Rtg: G

Heidi 91937)

Shirley Temple is the 8-year-old Swiss orphan girl from Johanna Spyri’s 1880 novel, who, following the death of her parents, is taken to her gruff, reclusive grandfather, Adolph (Jean Hersholt), in his Alpine hut. Taken away by her aunt and left with a German family as a companion to their crippled daughter, Heidi makes the best of her circumstances, but longs only to one day be returned to her beloved opa. With Marcia Mae Jones, Sidney Blackmer. Songs include "In Our Little Wooden Shoes," "Silent Night." 88 min. BW&C/Rtg: G

Wee Willie Winkie 91937)

Orphan Shirley Temple lives in colonial India with Granddad and plays mascot to British troops in her own pint-sized uniform. A Kipling-based adventure well-suited to the talents of director John Ford, with plenty of teary sentiment for the dimpled darling. Co-stars Victor McLaglen. Includes both the original black-and-white version and a sepia-toned version. 100 min. BW/Rtg: PG

Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm 91938)

Distantly related to Kate Douglas Wiggin’s 1903 novel, this musical comedy stars Shirley Temple as Rebecca Winstead, a talented orphan (natch!) who goes to live with her aunt and is discovered by a talent scout neighbor (Randolph Scott) hoping to make her a big radio singing star. Shirley sings "An Old Straw Hat" and a medley of previous Temple tunes, including "On the Good Ship Lollipop," "Animal Crackers in My Soup," "Goodnight, My Love." Helen Westley, William Demarest, Bill Robinson co-star. 80 min. BW&C/Rtg: G

Little Miss Broadway 91938)

As the perky charge of a group of vaudevillians living in a boarding house, Shirley Temple helps them put on a variety show to pay the rent and even wins over landlady Edna May Oliver. With George Murphy, Jimmy Durante; songs include "Be Optimistic," "When You Were Sweet Sixteen." 72 min. BW&C/Rtg: PG

Just Around The Corner 91938)

When her architect father loses his job, it’s up to little Shirley Temple to talk a miserly tycoon into creating new jobs to help out Depression-riddled America. Winning musical tale also stars Bill Robinson, Charles Farrell, Bert Lahr; songs include "I’ll Be Lucky with You," "I’m Not Myself Today." 70 min. BW&C/Rtg: G

Susannah Of The Mounties 91939)

Next to that underage Brooklyn kid in the war picture, the surest kiss of death in movies is to play Shirley Temple’s natural parents. This time an Indian attack does the deed, and the perennial orphan is adopted by rugged R.C.M.P. Randolph Scott. Great frontier action, plus Shirley teaching Scott to tap dance. 79 min. BW&C/Rtg: PG

The Little Princess 91939)

Warmly remembered tearjerker stars Shirley Temple as little Sara Crewe, a waif in Victorian England whose father (Ian Hunter) is reported killed in action in the Boer War. As she endures harsh treatment from her school’s headmistress and being falsely accused of theft, Sara continues to hold out hope her father is alive and visits military hospitals in search of him. Loose adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s book co-stars Richard Greene, Arthur Treacher, Cesar Romero. Songs include "Knock ‘Em in the Old Kent Road." 93 min. C/Rtg: G

The Blue Bird 91940)

Second of three screen versions of the Maurice Maeterlinck fantasy about a brother and sister searching for a magic bird of happiness in a dream kingdom. Glorious color production stars Shirley Temple, favorite movie villainess Gale Sondergaard, Nigel Bruce, and Spring Byington. 88 min. C/Rtg: G

Young People 91940)

Filmdom’s pluckiest orphan, Shirley Temple, finds herself parentless once again, until retiring vaudevillians Jack Oakie and Charlotte Greenwood adopt her. The family moves to a small town that doesn’t take to "show folk," but Shirley sets out to change their feelings. Songs include "Tra-La-La," "Fifth Avenue" and the title tune. 79 min. BW/Rtg: G

Studio: 20th Century Studios
Release Date: 3/18/2014
Item #: 1081559X
UPC #: 024543630104
SKU #: D26517
Product Type: DVD
Rating: NR

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