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Transcript of Shirley Temple
Shirley Temple was born April 28, 1928 in Santa Monica California. Her parents names were George and Gertrude Temple. She had 2 brothers named George and John. She was an American actress, singer, dancer and most famous child star in the 1930's.
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Shirley was a Protestant. Her grandmother was a Lutheran. Her mother was a Presbyterian. Shirley went to St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Los Angeles. She wanted her first marriage at that church, but her fiance convinced her to have it at a Methodist church. However, her second (and final) marriage was at an Episcopal church.
Before every movie Shirley Temple was in as a child, her mother, Gertrude Temple, curled her hair into exactly 56 ringlets. Shirley Temple wore short exiting dresses with high white socks and usually some black shoes that looked like tap dancing shoes. She also wore big bows sometimes in her movies! She had brown eyes and when she was a little girl her hair was blonde but as she got older, it turned dark.
Shirley Temple Quotes:
"Good Luck needs no Explanation"
"Any star can be devoured by human adoration, sparkle by sparkle"
"When I was 14, I was the oldest I ever was. I've been getting younger ever since."
"I ran for congress, just once"
Shirley Temple died February 10, 2014 in her home in Santa Monica California..........
By: Ashley Campbell
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Because Shirley Temple was so famous and popular............
They named a drink after her! Called "Shirley Temple" A Shirley Temple is a non-alcoholic mixed drink made with ginger ale, a tad of grenadine, garnished with a maraschino cherry.
In this video Shirley Temple sings her song that earned her an academy award "On the Good Ship, Lolly Pop!" She sang this song in the movie "Bright Eyes"