[78-L] Shirley Temple

David Lennick dlennick at sympatico.ca
Fri Mar 5 14:57:29 PST 2010

Sounds right..I saved the links at the time but (a) I doubt they still exist 
and (b) I can't remember where I filed them.

ALL the Temple songs are on two Flapper CDs which I produced in 1996. I 
probably said I took them from playbacks..


Taylor Bowie wrote:
> David,  I assume that those are the Fox disks with the white printed labels? 
> I have a bunch of those  from various Fox movies of the 1937-35 era.,  but 
> no Temples.
> Is there one of Shirley and George Murphy singing "We Should Be Together" 
> from Little Miss Broadway?  That's my all-time fave Temple musical number.
> Taylor
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "David Lennick" <dlennick at sympatico.ca>
> To: "78-L Mail List" <78-l at klickitat.78online.com>
> Sent: Friday, March 05, 2010 12:18 PM
> Subject: Re: [78-L] Shirley Temple
>> For what it's worth, Shirley's soundtrack recordings DO exist on 78s, as
>> playback discs. A bunch of them were on eBlat a couple of years ago.
>> dl
>> Cary Ginell wrote:
>>> 20th Century Fox did release a double-LP set of all of Shirley's songs 
>>> from her films. It's called "The Complete Shirley Temple Songbook" (TCF 
>>> 103-2). It's a fun set, if taken in small doses.
>>> Cary Ginell
>>>> Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2010 12:32:03 -0600
>>>> From: kenreg at tds.net
>>>> To: 78-l at klickitat.78online.com
>>>> Subject: Re: [78-L] Shirley Temple
>>>> I've got a 78 album of Shirley Temple narrating Disney's "Bambi."  Don't
>>>> know when it was issued.  I got it as a kid from an older friend who had
>>>> received it as a gift when he was a kid.  Haven't looked at it in years
>>>> but I think its 2 ten inch discs.
>>>> -- Ken
>>>> Bill McClung wrote:
>>>>> I almost always have a song playing in my head and this morning it has 
>>>>> been
>>>>> "Animal Crackers In My Soup."  I have a couple of versions on 78 
>>>>> including
>>>>> a Polydor issued in Japan sung by Mae Questel, the Betty Boob (sp) 
>>>>> Girl.
>>>>> My mind had the this conversation with itself.   "So why don't you have 
>>>>> a
>>>>> Shirley Temple version on 78?"  "That's strange, but I don't think I've 
>>>>> ever
>>>>> seen a Shirley Temple 78 ever." "Really, not ever?"  "No."  "Look in 
>>>>> Rust's
>>>>> Entertainer's Discography."  "OK."  "Says here that no commercial 
>>>>> recordings
>>>>> were issued on 78, just on LP compilations."  "Go ask 78-L."  "OK."
>>>>> So, any special reason no Shirley Temple 78s?  Seems like there would 
>>>>> have
>>>>> been an audience.  There was lots of Shirley Temple merchandise 
>>>>> produced.
>>>>> Just seems odd.

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