Printed on white paper, lobby cards are presented in the order of the year of release. Each piece has been restored to its best possible reproduction quality.
Temple's film career began in 1932 when she was cast in a series of one reel and two reel short subjects. Those shorts led to various bit and small roles in feature length films. Her big breakthrough was her performance in Stand Up and Cheer (1933). That resulted in her first starring feature, Bright Eyes (1934), which included her signature song, On the Good Ship Lollipop.
In the years that followed, Temple became a child superstar during the Great Depression and later, a cultural icon. In 1939, her popularity ultimately declined. In her mid-to-late teens, Temple appeared in more than a dozen films, including The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947) with Cary Grant. She retired from motion pictures in 1950 at the age of 22.
For Shirley Temple fans everywhere, 35 Shirley Temple Lobby Cards is a must have.