Dimples (1936) was a Family - Musical Film directed by William A. Seiter and produced by Nunnally Johnson.
Dimples (1936)By Beatrice on Aug 29, 2013 From Flickers in Time
Dimples Directed by William A. Seiter Written by Arthur Sheekman and Ned Perrin from an idea by Nunnally Johnson 1936/USA Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation First viewing Dimples: Yes, landladies. “Dimples” (Shirley Temple) is an urchin dancing on the streets of 1850 New York for p... Read full article
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Dimples: You take that back! You can't "inflect" on my grandfather like that! Take it back!
Children's Band Member: All right.
Dimples: You don't think the Professor would take anything that didn't belong to him?
Children's Band Member: That's just the trouble with the Professor. He doesn't seem to know what belongs to him and what doesn't.
Dimples: The Professor's one of the "honestest" men in the world!
Dimples: I love you, Professor.
Prof. Eustace Appleby: And I'm going to make myself worthy of that love.
Dimples: Sometimes I wonder if men are worth all the trouble they give us.
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Two lines in the end cast list credits are subject to two different interpretations: "Children's Band ... Leonard Kibrick Warner," and "Walter and George Weidler." The IMDb cast lists 3 actors: Leonard Kibrick Warner, Walter Weidler and George Weidler. However, The AFI Catalogue lists 4 actors: Leonard Kibrick, Warner Weidler, Walter Weidler and George Weidler.
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