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Jim
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« on: 02 11, 14, 05:13:36:PM » Reply

 
 
What a great person and entertainer.
 
http://video.foxnews.com/v/3187455841001/shirley-temple-dies-at-age-85/#sp=show-clips
 
Jim
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« Reply #1 on: 02 11, 14, 05:40:52:PM » Reply

 
   
Just a little history. My moms husband, my father-in-law, Bob Shults was in the Shirley Temple movie "Seabiscuit."
   
At 4'11" and 95 pounds he was a young Jockey back in those days. In the right place at the right time to earn him a spot on one of the horses in the movie, in the photo shoot, and pictured on the inside cover of the Seabiscuit CD.
   
http://www.mailtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20030729/BIZ/307299998
http://tdn.com/news/state-and-regional/medford-jockey-was-in-original-seabiscuit-movie/article_411b102a-fcc9-5447-a316-485fffaad20a.html
 
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« Reply #2 on: 02 11, 14, 11:01:44:PM » Reply

There will never be a child star just like she was.  She was unique and she will live on for every child's entertainment.  RIP.
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« Reply #3 on: 02 11, 14, 11:15:22:PM » Reply

I see Shirley was born in good old Santa Monica and died in Woodside -- I looked up-- inland from Half Moon Bay S.of Redwood City. I'm sure it's beautiful up there. Jim it's a small world.: ]. From Em Avon calling Mickey Rooney's mother who my Dad met a few times and your Bob who was in Seabiscuit also probably knows/met as Santa Anita was M.R.'s very favorite track - and probably bet on or owned horses that your Mom's husband rode, I clicked on your links.....and bookmarked!! What a darling man your F.I.L.. Kind of looks like my pop only Dad, also a retired Jockey, is 5'3" and his lowest weight ever riding was 103 (when he first started) but was usually around 112 in those days.
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« Reply #4 on: 02 17, 14, 04:33:15:PM » Reply

I thought she was adorable, whether as a child or adult.  Her beauty was striking and her later life, testament to a wonderful heart and consideration for humanity.  May she rest in peace.
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