06:16 AM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 02/18/2014 06:15AM
From child star to politician, friends look back at the life and legacy of the legendary Shirley Temple Black
Originally posted 02/14/2014 04:05PM
It's been a difficult week for Shirley Temple Black's family, but even as they grieve the star's death, they've felt consoled by the millions of fans who have reached out this week.
Originally posted 02/12/2014 10:00AM
PEOPLE's Ron Arias recalls how one interview with the star led to a years-long friendship
Originally posted 02/12/2014 06:45AM
The peerless Shirley Temple captivated audiences throughout the 1930s in such beguiling movies as Bright Eyes and Curly Top.
Originally posted 02/11/2014 01:45PM
Shirley Temple died Monday night in California, reviving vivid memories of a performer so beloved she was bestowed with an honorary Oscar at the age of only 6.
But overshadowing her iconic screen moments were some of her off-camera achievements – as diplomat and political activist.
Originally posted 02/11/2014 05:30PM
Remember the late actress with two versions of her namesake kiddie-friendly mocktail
Originally posted 02/11/2014 12:45PM
Shirley Temple was known around the world for having been a child star, but the actress also carved out another influential role for herself: outspoken cancer activist.
Originally posted 02/11/2014 12:00PM
Curly Top and The Little Princess weren't just movie titles. They were apt descriptions for the sensational Shirley Temple.
Originally posted 02/11/2014 10:00AM
Shirley Temple Black, who died Monday night at the age of 85, was the most famous child actor of her era, a successful politician, and the inspiration for a delicious drink to boot. But for those who weren't around during her heyday, what's most surprising may be exactly how big Temple was at her peak: She was Hollywood's No. 1 box-office draw from 1935 to 1938, beating out every adult star in the business, according to Quigley's annual Top Ten Moneymakers Poll.
Below, relive the highlights of these legends from the Golden Age of Hollywood, all of whom were less popular than a little girl from Santa Monica.
Originally posted 02/11/2014 08:10AM
As the nation remembers "America's Darling" Shirley Temple, several things come to mind. Ringlets. Dimples. That smile. And "On the Good Ship Lollipop," which, with the news of Temple's death, becomes a bittersweet melody.
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