Shirley Temple & Her 10 Most Memorable Films

The news of child star Shirley Temple’s death on February 10th spread like wildfire, and rightly so. Shirley Temple will forever remain an icon, and the mark she left in films and in politics will not be forgotten. Receiving a special Academy Award at the age of 6, Shirley Temple decided to retire from acting at age 21 after having made at least 40 films. She later turned her attention to politics and was appointed ambassador to Ghana in 1974. Shirley Temple lived a productive and engaging life, and her political work and films have left a lasting impression. These 10 memorable films are worth watching in honor of our favorite screen darling. Also, if you’re looking for a quick pick-me-up, you won’t be able to resist this cuteness.

1. Bright Eyes (1934)


2. The Little Princess (1939)


3. Poor Little Rich Girl (1936)


4. Heidi (1937)


5. Wee Willie Winkie (1937)


6. Fort Apache (1948)


7. Curly Top (1935)


8. Dimples (1936)


9. Kiss and Tell (1945)


10. The Story of Seabiscuit (1949)


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