Shirley Temple Quotes

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"I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph." Shirley Temple
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"I stopped believing in santa clause when at age six my mother took me to a department store to see him and he asked me for my autograph." Shirley Temple
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Age And Aging    American Actress   

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"Good luck needs no explanation." Shirley Temple
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Life    Luck   

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"We would have to invent the U.N. if we did not have it, which is not an original thought." Shirley Temple
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American Actress   

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"I ran for Congress, just once." Shirley Temple
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American Actress   

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"I work a seventeen hour day, and I'm personally responsible for 108 staff members in the embassy." Shirley Temple
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American Actress   

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"When I was 14, I was the oldest I ever was. I've been getting younger ever since." Shirley Temple
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Age And Aging    American Actress   

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"On the Good Ship Lollipop." Shirley Temple
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"finest ideals of the acting profession." Shirley Temple
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"The U.N. acts as the world's conscience, and over eighty-five percent of the work that is done by the United Nations is in the social, economic, educational and cultural fields." Shirley Temple
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