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Miss Annie Rooney (1942) was a Drama Film directed by Edwin L. Marin and produced by Edward Small.

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Miss Annie Rooney (1942)

By Lindsey on Aug 14, 2013 From The Motion Pictures

Annie Rooney (Shirley Temple) is a pretty and sweet teenage girl who comes from a humble family. She lives a happy life with her grandpa and her father, who is an unemployed inventor. When Annie finds herself falling for her classmate Marty (Dickie Moore), she’s sure she’s found the grea... Read full article

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At Marty's party in the jitterbug dance sequence with Annie, Roland Dupree (who played Joey) was the one who actually danced with Shirley Temple instead of Dickie Moore. Shots of the dance sequence were done at a distance with a close-up of Dickie Moore at the very end.
Notable as the film in which Shirley Temple receives her first screen kiss.
Dickie Moore would recall that the much-publicized scene in Miss Annie Rooney in which he kisses Temple was extremely embarrassing for him, inasmuch as it was the first time he had ever kissed any girl; conversely, in her autobiography, Temple cheekily pointed out that it most certainly wasn't her first time, and that she breezed through the scene with her customary professional aplomb.
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Also released in 1942

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