Cinema: Peewee's Progress

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Shirley Temple was cinema's No. 1 box-office attraction for 1935. She receives 3,500 letters and $10,000 in an average week. She is, outside of the 100,000 feet of screen film on which she appears every year, the world's most photographed person. Last week in Los Angeles, Shirley Temple was getting ready for her seventh birthday. All over the U. S. cinemaddicts packed theatres to see her first release of 1936 and the first picture she has made since the reorganization of the $54,000,000 company in which she is the most...

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