• Thiébault de Saint Amand

    Shirley Temple Mary Pickford ~ on the cover of Life Magazine, 1940s. The caption read “Two Greatest Has-Beens” - the issue was one of the best selling.

  • Sarah Biegelsen

    Shirley Temple with Mary Pickford. Both of them were known as America's Sweetheart at different times (Pickford in the 1910s/20s, Temple in the 1930s). They were also known for Little Girl roles and did their own versions of such stories as "The Little Princess", "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm", "Poor Little Rich Girl", etc.

  • Vaeda Maree

    Shirley Temple & Mary Pickford (1943)

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