Edwin Burke


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Bright Eyes (1934) - God Will Listen Little Shirley (Temple) by her own name, which she often used in her early movies, with her widowed housekeeper mother Mary (Lois Wilson), marking Christmas Eve and remembering their late father and husband, an aviator, early in 20th Cehtury-Fox's Bright Eyes, 1934.
Bright Eyes (1934) - Have You Seen Shirley? We're just meeting jolly pilot Loop (James Dunn) when the conversation turns to his godchild, the star, Shirley Temple, age six, playing "Shirley" whom, we learn, is the daughter of his late fellow-aviator friend, opening the first picture written for Temple, from 20th Century-Fox, Bright Eyes, 1934.
Bright Eyes (1934) - There Ain't Any Santa Claus Shirley Temple with the household servants including Jane Darwell, Brandon Hurst and Lois Wilson as her mother, then in a series of dust-ups with the screeching brat daughter (Jane Withers) of the snooty owners, sensible old-codger uncle Ned (Charles Sellon) taking sides, in the 20th Century-Fox
Littlest Rebel, The (1935) - Away Down South In Dixie Southerner Virgie (Shirley Temple) is drilling her happy slave friends (Willie Best as "James Henry") when courteous Union Colonel Morrison (Jack Holt) rides up asking her father's whereabouts, in The Littlest Rebel, 1935.
Littlest Rebel, The (1935) - My Mommy Went Away Slave Uncle Bill (Bill "Bojangles" Robinson) and bereaved Virgie (Shirley Temple) stage an entertaining diversion for Union Colonel Morrison (Jack Holt), concealing her father (John Boles), in 20th Century Fox's The Littlest Rebel, 1935.
Farmer Takes A Wife, The (1935) - Albany To Buffalo Director Victor Fleming’s opening, Slim Summerville as Erie Canal agent Friendly, Jane Withers as young Della, laying down some lore before we meet Weaver (Roger Imhof), Elmer (Andy Devine) and Ivy (Kitty Kelly), in The Farmer Takes A Wife, 1935, starring Henry Fonda an Janet Gaynor.
Bright Eyes (1934) - On The Good Ship Lollipop This is six year-old Shirley Temple performing what remains her best-known song, for "Loop" (James Dunn) and friends, aviator colleagues of her late father, taxiing on board a DC-2, music by Richard Whiting, lyrics by Sidney Clare, in 20th Century-Fox's Bright Eyes, 1934.
Down To Earth (1932) - Business Reversals Oklahoma oil-man Pike (Will Rogers) and Idy (Irene Rich, who played Rogers' wife seven times) hosting a party, son Ross (Matty Kemp) and fiancee Julia (Dorothy Jordan) presenting a problem, in Down To Earth, 1932.

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