Child Star Shirley Temple Dies at 85
Shirley Temple, the famous child movie star in the 1930s, died at age 85 on Monday in her home near San Francisco. Her family was with her. Temple was best known for her films 'Bright Eyes,' 'Stand Up and Cheer,' and 'Curly Top.' At 21, Temple transitioned from film to politics and appeared as a Republican candidate for Congress and as a U.S. diplomat. The American Film Institute ranks Temple as 18 of the top 50 screen legends.
By Jordan Moses
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