Actress Shirley Temple poses in 1932. (AP Photo)
Shirley Temple, like any other little girl of 6 years, started to school and proved to be bright enough to win a gold star for her first days performance, Sept. 10, 1935, Hollywood, Calif. Her teachers say Shirley is above average in scholarship for her age. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)
At Hollywood, Shirley Temple, shows her dollhouse to Mary McArthur daughter of Helen Hayes and Charles McArthur, just before Mary returned to her home in the east, Sept. 6, 1937, Los Angeles, Calif. (AP Photo)
Shirley Temple, who gained fame as child star with long curls, displays new, short hairdo at press conference, July 3, 1957, Hollywood, Calif. The conference was held to announce that Shirley will appear on a 16-series one-hour TV performance for NBC. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)
Actress Shirley Temple is shown during rehearsals for her TV show, Dec. 12, 1957, Hollywood, Calif. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)
Shirley Temple, right, plays Chinese Checkers between scenes with her stand-in, Mary Lou Isleib, who is a year older but has been her stand-in for six years, Sept. 12, 1941. They are close friends away from the set. (AP Photo)
Shirley Temple, left, cuts the cake for the celebration of her eighth birthday as Grace Fields, an English actress, extends her plate, April 25, 1937, San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo)
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady of the nation, and Shirley Temple, first lady of the motion picture box office, are shown as they talked together when Mrs. Roosevelt visited the set where Shirley is making her latest picture, Little Miss Broadway, March 18, 1938, Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Ro…
Shirley Temple, Mrs. Charles Black in private life, is shown leaving Santa Monica Hospital with her daughter, Lori, born Friday, April 17, 1954, Santa Monica, Calif. The Blacks also have a daughter Linda Susan, 6, and a son, Charles Jr., 2. (AP Photo)
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