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Stand Up and Cheer! (19-Apr-1934)

Director: Hamilton MacFadden

Writer: Ralph Spence

Producer: Winfield Sheehan

Keywords: Musical Comedy

In the heights of the Great Depression, the President appoints a Secretary of Amusement; one politician, John Harly, would like the see the Depression continue. Notable only as the film debut of Shirley Temple, who has one musical number with James Dunn, "Baby Take a Bow." Frequently scenes are cut from this film in prints that were televised; the proper length is a full 80 minutes.

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Warner Baxter
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John Boles
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Nigel Bruce
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James Dunn
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Madge Evans
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Dick Foran
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Ralph Morgan
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