Shirley Temple Black first appeared at the age of 3 in the satirical-comedy shorts-series ‘Baby Burlesks,’ including ‘War Babies’ (1932), ‘Glad Rags to Riches’ (1933).
Temple’s first feature-film was ‘The Red Haired Alibi,’ followed by ‘Out All Night’ (1933). After her breakthrough-film, ‘Stand-Up and Cheer’ (1934), she appeared in its follow-up, ‘Baby Take a Bow’ (1934). Her next film, ‘Bright Eyes’ (1934), was specially written for her. She received the first ‘Juvenile Academy Award’ (1935).
Her ‘staircase dance’ was appreciated in ‘The Little Colonel’ (1935). Her other movies include ‘Now and Forever’ (1934), ‘The Littlest Rebel’ (1935), ‘Curly Top’ (1935), ‘Dimples’ (1936), ‘Poor Little Rich Girl’ (1936), among others.
Temple starred in the successful ‘Wee Willie Winkie’ (1937), followed by ‘Heidi’ (1937). Her subsequent films include the 1938 musical-comedies ‘Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm,’ ‘Little Miss Broadway,’ ‘Just Around the Corner.’
Temple’s first color-film, ‘The Little Princess,’ (1939) proved successful. As a teenager, she appeared in ‘Kathleen’ (1941), ‘Miss Annie Rooney’ (1942), ‘Since You Went Away’ (1944), ‘Kiss & Tell’ (1945) and others.
Temple starred with her then-husband John Agar in ‘Fort Apache’ (1948), and ‘Adventure in Baltimore’ (1949). She was host-narrator of the TV-anthology series ‘Shirley Temple Storybook’ (1958-1961).
An honorable and veteran captain finds himself in a complicated situation when his regime is placed under the command of a young Lieutenant Colonel, who doesn’t have any respect for the local Indian tribe.
This romantic comedy film tells the story of Susan, a seventeen year old girl, who is studying in high school. She begins to fall for Richard, a handsome and sophisticated artist. Her uncle believes that it is just an infatuation, and he tells Richard to play along, until her infatuation with him burns out.
This musical comedy film tells the story of a little girl Star who is found and rescued by a lighthouse keeper named Captain January after she is shipwrecked. She likes her life with the sailors, but things get complicated when a bitter officer states that she belongs to a boarding school.
Belvedere is a well-known author who comes to know that he is ineligible for an honorary award because he never attended college. Therefore he becomes a student in a major university, but things get tough for him because a young journalism student wants to write about him.
Elizabeth Blair is a little girl who lives at the Lakeside Orphanage where her sister Mary works in the kitchen. Mary also likes to write songs which Elizabeth sings. Their lives take a turn when Edward Morgan, a rich man, offers to adopt Elizabeth, but Elizabeth is not willing to leave without her sister. Therefore, Edward decides to bring them both to his mansion. As he begins to spend more and more time with them, he begins to find himself attracted to Mary.
A woman becomes the main ‘hostess’ in a nightclub, after being abandoned by her lover. She soon decides to put her past behind her, and sets off to Mandalay.
Set in mid nineteenth century New York, the story focuses on Dimples Appleby, a child street performer, who lives with her actor grandfather, unaware that he also has to pickpocket to provide for her. She discovers the truth while performing at the Drew family home and takes up the blame to protect him. Impressed, the Mrs. Drew opens her home to her, intending to give her a comfortable life.
Con-artist, Jerry Day, is married to Toni who wishes for a stable life with a family. When Jerry brings home his daughter, Pennie, from his late first wife’s rich family, he decides to change his ways for better. But finding it difficult to provide for his family, he gets lured into joining in a jewel theft. How will this affect his daughter?
Betsy is an orphan who escapes from her orphanage and starts living with her uncle, a manager who runs a hotel populated by people of the show business. However, the owner of the hotel doesn’t like her or the entertainers, and wants her to return to the orphanage.
Golden is addicted to gambling, but he promises his wife that when he makes $ 200,000, he is going to quit it for good. However, when he loses a significant sum of money to a mobster, he has no other option but to pawn his wife’s jewelry.
Based on the novel by Edith Kneipple Roberts, the film follows Mary Hagen, the adopted daughter of Minta and Jim Hagen. She is beautiful, gay and talented, everything that can make a girl happy. But in the way is a cruel gossip concerning her biological father. Is he Tom Bates, the former resident who was sent away by his family years ago?
After completing their graduation, four college graduates relocate to New York City, looking for employment. However, they soon realize that jobs are scarce and finding employment wouldn’t be as easy as they thought. Although they are great friends, their relationships are strained by their romantic entanglements.
A teenage girl who has a crush on a much older man starts telling others that he is her boyfriend. The false rumor however soon spreads through the town really fast and things get complicated.
Stand Up and Cheer! is a 1934 American musical film, which revolves around the former US President Franklin Roosevelt, who in order to cheer out his people still suffering through the Depression, appoints a theatrical producer as the new Secretary of Amusement.
A movie company is showing the Arabian Nights when a hobo enters their camp and gets injured on the head. After taking too many painkillers, he falls asleep and starts dreaming about being in Baghdad and also being the Sultan’s advisor.
After the American Civil War, a feud starts between the Colby and the Hayden families. This is because Jed Colby blames the Hayden family for his imprisonment. However, he is not aware that there is an affair going on between Ellen Colby and Lynn Hayden.
This avant-garde silent film is about an apocalyptic future war that might devastate the planet. PAX foresees the future-technology, climate change, WWII and the need for peace, while the world moves towards world war again. PAX uses climate changing science in order to keep mankind away from war and restore peace.
It is a short comedy that shows parents of a little girl discussing about the film "The Front Page" with their friends. While the adults are talking, the little one falls asleep and dreams about a cop, an escaped convict and reporters.