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Curly Top (2-Aug-1935)

Director: Irving Cummings

Writers: Arthur J. Beckhard; Patterson McNutt; Jean Webster

Producer: Winfield Sheehan

Keywords: Musical

A wealthy benefactor secretly adopts orphaned Elizabeth, played by Shirley Temple, and her beautiful older sister Mary, by Rochelle Hudson. The benefactor, "Uncle Edward", slowly falls for Mary, but she has another suitor, young pilot Jimmy Rogers. A quintessential Shirley Temple film, including her fantastic number, "Animal Crackers in My Soup."

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Boles
Actor
28-Oct-1895 27-Feb-1969 Victor Moritz in Frankenstein
Esther Dale
Actor
10-Nov-1885 23-Jul-1961 Curly Top
Jane Darwell
Actor
15-Oct-1879 13-Aug-1967 The bird woman in Mary Poppins
Rochelle Hudson
Actor
6-Mar-1916 17-Jan-1972 Rebel Without a Cause
Rafaela Ottiano
Actor
4-Mar-1888 18-Aug-1942 Grand Hotel
Shirley Temple
Actor
23-Apr-1928 10-Feb-2014 Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
Arthur Treacher
Actor
23-Jul-1894 14-Dec-1975 The Merv Griffin Show

CAST

Shirley Temple   ...   Elizabeth Blair
John Boles   ...   Edward Morgan
Rochelle Hudson   ...   Mary Blair
Jane Darwell   ...   Mrs. Henrietta Denham
Rafaela Ottiano   ...   Mrs. Higgins
Esther Dale   ...   Aunt Genevieve Graham
Etienne Girardot   ...   Mr. Wyckoff
Arthur Treacher   ...   Reynolds (butler)
Maurice Murphy   ...   Jimmie Rogers

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