Shirley Temple


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Shirley Temple

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(Cookery) chiefly US a non-alcoholic cocktail consisting of ginger ale or sometimes lemonade and grenadine and garnished with a maraschino cherry
[C20: named after the US actress and diplomat, Shirley Temple (1928–2014)]
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Noun1.Shirley Temple - popular child actress of the 1930's (born in 1928)Shirley Temple - popular child actress of the 1930's (born in 1928)
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| 2014: Shirley Temple, the child-star darling of US cinema who went on to become a prominent diplomat, died at the age of 85.
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Screencap of Shirley Temple in the film 'The Little Colonel', Feburary 10, 2018 -mysticmoon1984/Youtube CAIRO -- 10 February 2018: February 10, 2014 is the day beloved actress and humanitarian Shirley Temple passed away at the age of 84.
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HOLLYWOOD child actor Shirley Temple, right, was one of the biggest stars of the 1930s, appearing in movies from the age of three, and she was awarded a special Oscar when she was just six.
Irvin, a television historian, details the forgotten television pilots and short-lived series of 52 movie stars from 1948 to 1985, from those who wanted to continue their fame in a new medium after their movie careers slowed, but failed, to those who had some success in television, including Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Gary Cooper, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Irene Dunne, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Jose Ferrer, Joan Fontaine, Susan Hayward, Buster Keaton, Alan Ladd, Hedy Lamarr, Janet Leigh, Peter Lorre, Myrna Loy, the Marx brothers, Ethel Merman, Maureen OAEHara, Anthony Perkins, Jane Russell, Barbara Stanwyck, Gloria Swanson, Shirley Temple, Orson Welles, Mae West, and Shelley Winters.
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The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression: Shirley Temple and 1930s America.