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Baby Take a Bow (1934) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Harry Lachman and produced by John Stone.

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Baby Take a Bow: Remembering Shirley Temple

on Feb 21, 2014 From Comet Over Hollywood

When I was in fourth grade I cut six inches off my long hair. I was doing a book report on Shirley Temple and wanted short, curly hair like America?s Sweetheart for my presentation. In 2000, before Internet shopping was common place, my parents searched all over to get me a Shirley Temple doll for C... Read full article


Baby Take a Bow (1934)

By Beatrice on Apr 28, 2013 From Flickers in Time

Baby Take a Bow Directed by Harry Lachman 1934/USA Fox Film Corporation Second viewing? Shirley Ellison: I’m not a kid, I’m a girl, and today is my birthday. Kay (Claire Trevor) is waiting for her sweetheart Eddie Ellison (James Dunn) to be released from Sing Sing. ?Eddie goes straight... Read full article


Baby Take a Bow

By Muscato on May 21, 2012 From Caf? Muscato

It's been ages since we've had a look at one of the wonders of Egyptian cinema, hasn't it? Today, we revisit the glory days of 1950, when King Farouk looked serenely solid on his post-war throne, and Hollywood on Nile was addressing its longstanding moppet shortage by starring the remarka... Read full article


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Welch: Well, hello Kay! Here you are, here's a seat for you.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: The further I sit from you, Mr. Welch, the better I like it.
[to Porter]
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Take those bags into the next car, please.
Porter: Sorry, Miss. The train's full up today.
Welch: Here you are, Kay. Sit right down here.
[Kay drops train tickets, and Welch picks them up]
Welch: Two tickets to Niagara Falls, eh? How romantic. That's where honeymooners go. Oh, yes. Eddie Ellison gets out today. Say, you're not really gonna marry that guy, are you?
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Any objection?
Welch: Say, listen, kid. I like you. I want to give you a little friendly advice.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: [scoffs] Friendly advice. Well, that's good, coming from the fellow that caused Eddie's conviction.
Welch: Now take it easy, Kay. I'm telling you that I'm your friend. More than a friend.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Yes, you tried to be more than a friend, ever since you had Eddie arrested.
Welch: Now, don't be that way. You're a nice girl, and you're about to make the mistake of your life.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: That's my business.


Larry Scott: Say, how 'bout going to the movies with us tonight?
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Oh, thanks, but we can't leave Shirley.
Larry Scott: They're showing 10,000 years in Sing-Sing at the Cameo.
Eddie Ellison: Gee, what a long stretch!
Jane Scott: They say it's awful funny.
Eddie Ellison: Not for my dough.
Larry Scott: Well, come on, Jane. We'll be late.
Eddie Ellison: Say, Larry, what's your hurry? If you miss three or four years, it don't make any difference.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Have a good time.
Larry Scott: Thanks. Sorry you won't come with us. So long.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison, Eddie Ellison, Jane Scott: Good-bye.
Eddie Ellison: Oh. Hey, Larry.
Larry Scott: Yeah?
Eddie Ellison: We've got to be on the job early in the morning. Stop by for me, and we'll dunk a couple of doughnuts.
Larry Scott: Right.
Eddie Ellison: And say, let me know what the guy did to get 10,000 years.


Trigger Stone: So you're Eddie Ellison's kid.
Shirley Ellison: I'm not a kid, I'm a girl, and today is my birthday.


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Upon its 1934 release, this film was banned in Nazi Germany for its depiction of gangsterism and gun play.
This movie takes its title from the song "Baby, Take a Bow," which James Dunn and Shirley Temple sang in their earlier movie, Stand Up and Cheer!.
The film's title 'Baby Take a Bow' was taken from a song sung by Shirley Temple and James Dunn in the film Stand Up and Cheer!.
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