Shirley Temple in "Stand Up and Cheer" Danbury Mint Collection (1992) by Susan Wakeen
Shirley Temple in "Stand Up and Cheer" Collection
- Shirley Temple in "Stand Up and Cheer" Danbury Mint Collection (1992) by Susan Wakeen
Shirley Temple "Stand Up and Cheer" (1992)
Shirley Temple, child movie star in the 1930s, charmed the movie-going public and became “America’s Princess.” Adorably dimpled and cutely coiffed with exactly 37 sausage curls, Temple sang and danced her way into the hearts of Americans. Though most successful as a child star, she actually performed in 57 movies and starred as an adult in various television series before undertaking a career as a U.S. ambassador. The young Shirley Temple inspired a variety of dolls, paper dolls, toys, and other consumer goods, but that her toys and dolls continued in popularity for decades after her years as a child performer attests to her enduring popularity.
Manufacturer: The Danbury Mint
Material: bisque | paint | glass | fabric | synthetic hair
Licenser: 20th Century Fox Film Corp.
'Stand Up and Cheer!' is a 1934 musical film directed by Hamilton MacFadden.The screenplay by Lew Brown and Ralph Spence was based upon a story idea by Will Rogers and Philip Klein. The film is about boosting morale in the country during the Great Depression. It was essentially a vehicle for vaudeville acts and a few musical numbers. The movie became Shirley Temple’s breakthrough film. It was promoted
as a Shirley Temple picture, but the child star played a very minor role and had very little screen time.
Box was opened to ensure completeness and condition.
Photographs are Stock. Doll and its accessories have never been unboxed.