Shirley Jane Temple kam am April um 9 Uhr abends als Tochter von George Francis Temple senior (–) und seiner Ehefrau Gertrude Amelia. Als Kinderstar in Filmen wie „Heidi“ war Shirley Temple in den er-Jahren berühmt geworden. Später arbeitete sie als US-Botschafterin in Ghana und der. Die US-Filmschauspielerin Shirley Temple ist im Alter von 85 Jahren gestorben...
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Shirley Jane Temple war eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Sängerin, Tänzerin und Diplomatin. Sie war einer der erfolgreichsten Kinderdarsteller der Filmgeschichte und in den er-Jahren einer der umsatzstärksten Stars in Hollywood. Shirley Jane Temple (* April in Santa Monica, Kalifornien; † Februar in Woodside, Kalifornien) war eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin. Als Kinderstar in Filmen wie „Heidi“ war Shirley Temple in den er-Jahren berühmt geworden. Später arbeitete sie als US-Botschafterin in Ghana und der. - Erkunde Gernots Pinnwand „Shirley Temple“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Schauspieler, Alte filmstars, Filmstars. schloss die ehrgeizige Mutter einen Vertrag mit der Filmfirma "20th Century Fox"1) ab und schon im gleichen Jahr erhielt die 6-jährige Shirley Temple einen ". Shirley Temple war das Findelkind Ching-Ching zwischen China und Amerika in William A. Seiters "Sonnenscheinchen" (), sie war die Priscilla in John Fords. In über 50 Filmen spielte Shirley Temple mit, doch die meisten hatte sie schon vor dem Geburtstag gedreht. Als Sechsjährige konnte sie mit einem Sonder-.
Shirley Jane Temple (* April in Santa Monica, Kalifornien; † Februar in Woodside, Kalifornien) war eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin. In über 50 Filmen spielte Shirley Temple mit, doch die meisten hatte sie schon vor dem Geburtstag gedreht. Als Sechsjährige konnte sie mit einem Sonder-. Shirley Temple war das Findelkind Ching-Ching zwischen China und Amerika in William A. Seiters "Sonnenscheinchen" (), sie war die Priscilla in John Fords. The settlement remained in trust for the girl in an English bank until she turned 21, when it was donated to charity and used to build a youth center in England. Self uncredited. Visit our What to Watch Gaby Hoffmann. Retrieved May 15, Susannah of the Mounties. Holiday Picks. Aubrey Smith and Cesar Romero.
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Her father became her agent and financial adviser. When the budding actress was 6 years old, she appeared in her first Hollywood feature film, Carolina.
When off-set, she attended the Westlake School for Girls. The young actress, singer and dancer with the bouncing golden corkscrew curls and infectious optimism proved to be an overnight sensation and a top earner for the studio.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt called Temple "Little Miss Miracle" for raising the public's morale during times of economic hardship, even going so far as to say, "As long as our country has Shirley Temple, we will be all right.
When Temple began to mature, her popularity with audiences waned. As an adolescent, she appeared in The Blue Bird , which performed poorly at the box office.
Though the film received critical praise, audiences struggled to accept that their "Little Miss Miracle" was growing up.
Following her appearance opposite John Wayne in Fort Apache , Temple found it increasingly difficult to land major roles. During the s and early '60s, she made scattered appearances on the small screen, but her career as a popular film star had ended at an earlier age than most entertainers' had begun.
As Temple's entertainment work petered out, she refocused her efforts on a career in public service. In , she ran unsuccessfully for a U.
From to '70, she served as U. Temple was appointed ambassador to Ghana in Two years later, she became chief of protocol of the United States, a position that she would hold until In , Temple became the only person to date to achieve the rank of honorary U.
Foreign Service officer. From to '92, she entered into yet another public service role, this time as ambassador to Czechoslovakia.
Temple married actor John Agar Jr. The marriage yielded one child, a daughter named Linda Susan, before ending in divorce in Temple capitalized on licensed merchandise that featured her wholesome image; the merchandise included dolls, dishes, and clothing.
Her box-office popularity waned as she reached adolescence. Temple retired from film in at the age of In , Temple returned to show business with a two-season television anthology series of fairy tale adaptations.
She made guest appearances on television shows in the early s and filmed a sitcom pilot that was never released. She began her diplomatic career in , when she was appointed to represent the United States at a session of the United Nations General Assembly, where she worked at the U.
Mission under Ambassador Charles W. In , she published her autobiography, Child Star. She is 18th on the American Film Institute 's list of the greatest female American screen legends of Classic Hollywood cinema.
The family was of Dutch , English, and German ancestry. Her mother encouraged Shirley to develop her singing, dancing, and acting talents, and in September enrolled her in Meglin's Dance School in Los Angeles.
While at the dance school, she was spotted by Charles Lamont, who was a casting director for Educational Pictures. Temple hid behind the piano while she was in the studio.
Lamont took a liking to Temple, and invited her to audition; he signed her to a contract in Educational Pictures launched its Baby Burlesks ,     minute comedy shorts satirizing recent films and events, using preschool children in every role.
Kid 'n' Africa had Shirley imperiled in the jungle. The juvenile cast delivered their lines as best they could, with the younger players reciting phonetically.
Temple became the breakout star of this series, and Educational promoted her to minute comedies. Pictures for various parts.
Fox Film songwriter Jay Gorney was walking out of the viewing of Temple's last Frolics of Youth picture when he saw her dancing in the movie theater lobby.
Recognizing her from the screen, he arranged for her to have a screen test for the movie Stand Up and Cheer! The role was a breakthrough performance for Temple.
Her charm was evident to Fox executives, and she was ushered into corporate offices almost immediately after finishing "Baby, Take a Bow", a song-and-dance number she performed with James Dunn.
Shirley often played a fixer-upper, a precocious Cupid, or the good fairy in these films, reuniting her estranged parents or smoothing out the wrinkles in the romances of young couples.
Edwards pointed out that the characters created for Temple would change the lives of the cold, the hardened, and the criminal with positive results.
Her films were seen as generating hope and optimism, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, "It is a splendid thing that for just fifteen cents, an American can go to a movie and look at the smiling face of a baby and forget his troubles.
The skit was the highlight of the film, and Fox executives rushed her into another film with Dunn, Baby Take a Bow named after their song in Stand Up and Cheer!
Shirley's third film, also with Dunn, was Bright Eyes , a vehicle written especially for her. After the success of her first three films, Shirley's parents realized that their daughter was not being paid enough money.
Her image also began to appear on numerous commercial products without her legal authorization and without compensation. To get control over the corporate unlicensed use of her image and to negotiate with Fox, Temple's parents hired lawyer Lloyd Wright to represent them.
On December 28, , Bright Eyes was released. The movie was the first feature film crafted specifically for Temple's talents and the first where her name appeared over the title.
In February , Temple became the first child star to be honored with a miniature Juvenile Oscar for her film accomplishments,    [note 3] and she added her footprints and handprints to the forecourt at Grauman's Chinese Theatre a month later.
Producer and studio head Darryl F. Zanuck focused his attention and resources upon cultivating Shirley's superstar status. She was said to be the studio's greatest asset.
Nineteen writers, known as the Shirley Temple Story Development team, made 11 original stories and some adaptations of the classics for her.
In keeping with her star status, Winfield Sheehan built Temple a four-room bungalow at the studio with a garden, a picket fence, a tree with a swing, and a rabbit pen.
The living room wall was painted with a mural depicting her as a fairy-tale princess wearing a golden star on her head.
Under Zanuck, she was assigned a bodyguard, John Griffith, a childhood friend of Zanuck's,  and, at the end of , Frances "Klammie" Klampt became her tutor at the studio.
In the contract they signed in July , Temple's parents agreed to four films a year rather than the three they wished. Based on Temple's success, Zanuck increased budgets and production values for her films.
Aubrey Smith and Cesar Romero. The film was a critical and commercial hit. The settlement remained in trust for the girl in an English bank until she turned 21, when it was donated to charity and used to build a youth center in England.
Heidi was the only other Temple film released in There were reports that Temple herself was behind the dream sequence and she had enthusiastically pushed for it, but in her autobiography she vehemently denied this.
Her contract gave neither her or her parents any creative control over her movies. She saw this as the refusal of any serious attempt by Zanuck to build upon the success of her dramatic role in Wee Willie Winkie.
One of the many examples of how Temple was permeating popular culture at the time is the references to her in the film Stand-In : newly minted film studio honcho Atterbury Dodd played by Leslie Howard has never heard of Temple, much to the shock and disbelief of former child star Lester Plum played by Joan Blondell , who describes herself as "the Shirley Temple of my day", and performs " On the Good Ship Lollipop " for him.
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".
The latter two were panned by the critics, and Corner was the first of her films to show a slump in ticket sales. The Little Princess was a critical and commercial success, with Shirley's acting at its peak.
Convinced that the girl would successfully move from child star to teenage actress, Zanuck declined a substantial offer from MGM to star her as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz , and cast her instead in Susannah of the Mounties , her last money-maker for Twentieth Century Fox.
In , Lester Cowan, an independent film producer, bought the screen rights to F. Fitzgerald thought his screenwriting days were over, and, with some hesitation, accepted Cowan's offer to write the screenplay titled "Cosmopolitan" based on the short story.
After finishing the screenplay, Fitzgerald was told by Cowan that he would not do the film unless Temple starred in the lead role of the youngster Honoria.
Fitzgerald objected, saying that at age 12 going on twenty , the actress was too worldly for the part and would detract from the aura of innocence otherwise framed by Honoria's character.
After meeting Shirley in July, Fitzgerald changed his mind, and tried to persuade her mother to let her star in the film. However, her mother demurred.
In any case, the Cowan project was shelved by the producer. However, upon meeting with Arthur Freed for a preliminary interview, the MGM producer exposed his genitals to her.
When this elicited nervous giggles in response, Freed threw her out and ended their contract before any films were produced.
As a result, her only film for Metro was Kathleen in , a story about an unhappy teenager. The film was not a success, and her MGM contract was canceled after mutual consent.
Miss Annie Rooney followed for United Artists in , but was unsuccessful. In , David O. Selznick signed Temple to a four-year contract. Selznick, however, became romantically involved with Jennifer Jones and lost interest in developing Shirley's career.
Temple was then lent to other studios. According to biographer Robert Windeler, her — films neither made nor lost money, but "had a cheapie B look about them and indifferent performances from her".
He warned her that she was typecast, and her career was in perilous straits. She announced her retirement from films on December 16, Temple had her own radio series on CBS.
Junior Miss debuted March 4, , in which she played the title role. The series was based on stories by Sally Benson. Successful Shirley Temple items included a line of girls' dresses, accessories, soap, dishes, cutout books, sheet music, mirrors, paper tablets, and numerous other items.
Alongside licensed merchandise came counterfeit items bearing Temple's likeness to capitalize on her fame, from dolls, clothing and other accessories to even cigars with her face printed on the label.
At the height of her popularity, Temple was often the subject of many myths and rumors, with several being propagated by the Fox press department.
Fox also publicized her as a natural talent with no formal acting or dance training. As a way of explaining how she knew stylized buck-and-wing dancing, she was enrolled for two weeks in the Elisa Ryan School of Dancing.
False claims circulated that Temple was not a child, but a year-old dwarf, due in part to her stocky body type. The rumor was so prevalent, especially in Europe, that the Vatican dispatched Father Silvio Massante to investigate whether she was indeed a child.
The fact that she never seemed to miss any teeth led some people to conclude that she had all her adult teeth.
Temple was actually losing her teeth regularly through her days with Fox, most notably during the sidewalk ceremony in front of Grauman's Theatre, where she took off her shoes and placed her bare feet in the cement to take attention away from her face.
When acting, she wore dental plates and caps to hide the gaps in her teeth. A rumor about Temple's trademark hair was the idea that she wore a wig.
On multiple occasions, fans yanked her hair to test the rumor. She later said she wished all she had to do was wear a wig. The nightly process she endured in the setting of her curls was tedious and grueling, with weekly vinegar rinses that burned her eyes.
Rumors spread that her hair color was not naturally blonde. During the making of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm , news spread that she was going to do extended scenes without her trademark curls.
During production, she also caught a cold, which caused her to miss a couple of days. As a result, a false report originated in Britain that all of her hair had been cut off.
Between January and September , Temple hosted and narrated a successful NBC television anthology series of fairy-tale adaptations called Shirley Temple's Storybook.
Episodes ran one hour each, and Temple acted in three of the sixteen episodes. Temple's son made his acting debut in the Christmas episode, "Mother Goose".
The show lacked the special effects necessary for fairy tale dramatizations, sets were amateurish, and episodes were not telecast in a regular time-slot.
In , she hosted the AFI's Years Motivated by the popularity of Storybook and television broadcasts of Temple's films, the Ideal Toy Company released a new version of the Shirley Temple doll, and Random House published three fairy-tale anthologies under her name.
Three-hundred-thousand dolls were sold within six months, and , books between October and December Other merchandise included handbags and hats, coloring books, a toy theater, and a recreation of the Baby, Take a Bow polka-dot dress.
Temple became active in the California Republican Party. In , she ran unsuccessfully in a special election in California's 11th congressional district to fill the seat left vacant by the death from leukemia of eight-term Republican J.
Arthur Younger. Archibald, who finished fourth with 15, votes 9. In the general election, McCloskey was elected with 63, votes Temple received 3, votes 3.
Temple was extensively involved with the Commonwealth Club of California , a public-affairs forum headquartered in San Francisco.
She spoke at many meetings through the years, and was president for a period in Temple got her start in foreign service after her failed run for Congress in when Henry Kissinger overheard her talking about South West Africa at a party.
He was surprised that she knew anything about it. Bush ,  and was the first and only female in this job. Temple bore witness to two crucial moments in the history of Czechoslovakia's fight against communism.
Temple, who was stranded at a hotel as the tanks rolled in, sought refuge on the roof of the hotel. She later reported that it was from here she saw an unarmed woman on the street gunned down by Soviet forces, the sight of which stayed with her for the rest of her life.
Later, after she became ambassador to Czechoslovakia, she was present in the Velvet Revolution , which brought about the end of communism in Czechoslovakia.
She took the unusual step of personally accompanying Havel on his first official visit to Washington, travelling on the same plane.
In , year-old Temple met John Agar — , an Army Air Corps sergeant, physical training instructor, and member of a Chicago meat-packing family.
The marriage became troubled, and Temple divorced Agar on December 5, She was awarded custody of their daughter. Temple and Black were married in his parents' Del Monte, California home on December 16, , before a small assembly of family and friends.
The family moved to Washington, D. Their daughter, Lori , was born on April 9, ;  she went on to be a bassist for the rock band the Melvins.
In September , Charles Sr. At age 44, in , Temple was diagnosed with breast cancer. The tumor was removed and a modified radical mastectomy performed.
At the time, cancer was typically discussed in hushed whispers, and Temple's public disclosure was a significant milestone in improving breast cancer awareness and reducing stigma around the disease.
Temple died at age 85 on February 10, , at her home in Woodside, California. On March 14, , Shirley left her footprints and handprints in the wet cement at the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
On February 8, , she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. On September 11, , a life-size bronze statue of the child Temple by sculptor Nijel Binns was erected on the Fox Studio lot.
Her name is further immortalized by the mocktail named after her , although Temple found the drink far too sweet for her palate.Unzufrieden mit dem Verlauf ihrer Karriere beendete sie mit nur 22 Jahren ihre Kinolaufbahn. In Deutschland wurden ihre Filme von Carmen Lahrmann synchronisiert. Asta Nielsen - Deutschlands erster Fi Mit mehr als Anneke Kim Sarnau. Sie waren 55 Jahre miteinander Tv Streaming Kostenlos. Deswegen Nicole Bauer Sucht Frau die Dreharbeiten bis zum Nachwachsen der Locken ruhen.
In kreeg ze een dochter, Linda Agar. In scheidde ze van Agar en stopte ze met acteren. Een jaar later trouwde ze met zakenman Charles Black. Ze kregen twee kinderen, Lori en Charlie Black.
Van tot was ze even in weinig succesvolle televisieseries te zien. Vanaf de jaren zestig raakte ze betrokken bij de Republikeinse Partij. Van tot was ze de afgevaardigde van de Verenigde Staten bij de Verenigde Naties.
Ze was de Amerikaanse ambassadrice in Ghana en Tsjecho-Slowakije Op 4 augustus overleed haar tweede echtgenoot op jarige leeftijd. Temple verscheen in de volgende speelfilms, exclusief de korte films.
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Our Little Girl. Curly Top. The Littlest Rebel. Temple was appointed ambassador to Ghana in Two years later, she became chief of protocol of the United States, a position that she would hold until In , Temple became the only person to date to achieve the rank of honorary U.
Foreign Service officer. From to '92, she entered into yet another public service role, this time as ambassador to Czechoslovakia.
Temple married actor John Agar Jr. The marriage yielded one child, a daughter named Linda Susan, before ending in divorce in Temple remarried the following year, to California businessman Charles Alden Black; she added her husband's last name to hers, becoming Shirley Temple Black.
The couple had two children: a son, Charles, and a daughter, Lori. Shirley and the elder Charles would remain married until his death from complications of a bone marrow disease in Temple died on February 10, , at her home near San Francisco, California.
She was 85 years old. In March , her death certificate cited the cause of her death as pneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD.
Following her death, Temple's family and caregivers issued a statement that read: "We salute her for a life of remarkable achievements as an actor, as a diplomat, and most importantly as our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and adored wife of 55 years.
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