Heidi was the only other Shirley Temple film released in Latter-day film industry recognition such as the Life Achievement Award of the American Center of Films for Children or the full-sized Oscar that Black was given in were echoes of a past that, while still meaningful for "Shirley Temple," were not quite relevant for Shirley Temple Black. In her own favorite film, the Kipling adaptation of Wee Willie Winkiea 9-year-old Temple worked hard to impress director John Ford. Her mother encouraged her singing, dancing, and acting talents, and in September enrolled her in Meglin's Dance School in Los Angeles. She was greeted with snickers, disbelief, and some resentment and derision. Currently retired, she reports that she is at peace with her life and proud of her accomplishments in two of the nation's most influential arenas. I would like to thank Shirley Temple Black for the very courageous stand she took during the Viet Nam war in support of our troops.
Shirley was especially interested in the provision of anti-measles vaccines and other health aids.
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When Ford finally muttered, "Nice kid, that," his gruff comment made her day. Despite sharing a daughter, Linda Susan, which Temple had when she was 20 years old, the couple divorced inafter just four years of marriage. The Independent Theatre Owners Association paid for an advertisement in The Hollywood Reporter in May that included Temple on a list of actors who deserved their salaries while others' including Katharine Hepburn and Joan Crawford "box-office draw is nil". I came in second. I believe shirley made this movie at age