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Feature films of Shirley Temple

"The Red-Haired Alibi," 1932.


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"The Red-Haired Alibi," 1932.

"To the Last Man," 1933.

"Out All Night," 1933.

"Carolina," 1934.

"Mandalay," 1934.

"Stand Up and Cheer," 1934.

"Now I'll Tell," 1934.

"Change of Heart," 1934.

"Little Miss Marker," 1934.

"Baby Take a Bow," 1934.

"Now and Forever," 1934.

"Bright Eyes," 1934.

"The Little Colonel," 1935.

"Our Little Girl," 1935.

"Curly Top," 1935.

"The Littlest Rebel," 1935.

"Captain January," 1936.

"Poor Little Rich Girl," 1936.

"Dimples," 1936.

"Stowaway," 1936.

"Wee Willie Winkie," 1937.

"Heidi," 1937.

"Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm," 1938.

"Little Miss Broadway," 1938.

"Just Around the Corner," 1938.

"The Little Princess," 1939.

"Susannah of the Mounties," 1939.

"The Blue Bird," 1940.

"Young People," 1940.

"Kathleen," 1941.

"Miss Annie Rooney," 1942.

"Since You Went Away," 1944.

"I'll Be Seeing You," 1945.

"Kiss and Tell," 1945.

"Honeymoon," 1947.

"The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer," 1947.

"That Hagen Girl," 1947.

"Fort Apache," 1948.

"Mr. Belvedere Goes to College," 1949.

"Adventure in Baltimore," 1949.

"The Story of Seabiscuit," 1949.

"A Kiss for Corliss," 1949.

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Source: "The Film Encyclopedia," by Ephraim Katz.



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