Curly Top (1935) was a Family - Musical Film directed by Irving Cummings and produced by Winfield R. Sheehan.
Curly Top (1935)on Jul 10, 2014 From Journeys in Classic Film
After the massive success of Bright Eyes, it’s understandable that the studios saw an easy formula they could copy onto future releases, and we’ve already watched it play out in two other features. But, with an easy-to-follow recipe in place, there’s added room for laziness. Curly ... Read full article
Curly Top (1935)By Beatrice on May 25, 2013 From Flickers in Time
Curly Top Directed by Irving Cummings 1935/USA Fox Film Corporation Repeat viewing This is the kind of movie that gives Shirley Temple a bad name in some circles. ?Elizabeth Blair (Shirley Temple) and her grown-up sister Mary (Rochelle Hudson) are orphans living in an asylum. ?One day when the t... Read full article
See all Curly Top articles
Mrs. Higgins: Henrietta, what are you blubbering about?
Mrs. Denham: I can't help it. I'm so happy.
Mrs. Higgins: There's no need to be sentimental.
Mrs. Denham: Well, what are *you* crying for?
Mrs. Higgins: Why shouldn't I? Why can't I be happy, too?
Mrs. Higgins: Under the circumstances, I have made every allowance for you, but when you bring animals into the dormitory, I must act.
Elizabeth: That's what my daddy and mommy used to do!
Mrs. Higgins: What?
Mrs. Higgins: Child, you're absolutely uncontrollable.
Elizabeth: Yes, Ma'am!
read more quotes from Curly Top...
This was the first film in which Rochelle Hudson sang a song.
This was the first film to pair Shirley Temple with Arthur Treacher; they would appear together in three more movies.
read more facts about Curly Top...