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In 1944, Shirley Temple: was signed to a personal four-year contract by David O. Selznick. After this, she appeared in movies such as Since You Went Away and I'll Be Seeing You. After a while, David Selznick eventually lost interest in promoting Shirley Temple. Instead, he suggested Shirley move abroad, gain maturity in her acting roles and even change her name. He warned her that she had been typecast and her career was in perilous straits.
In August 1950, Shirley Decided: to audition for Peter Pan on Broadway, but she didn't get the part.
On December 16, 1950: She decided to Retire from Film.
On September 19, 1945: Shirley Temple at 17 years old married John George Agar, an Army Air Corps Sergeant.
On January 30th, 1948: She had her first daughter named Linda Susan.
On December 5th, 1950: Shirley Temple divorced John Agar and took custody of her daughter Linda Susan.
On December 16th, 1950: Shirley Temple remarried to Charles Alden Black, Jr., a WWII United States Navy Silver Star and manager of a television station in Los Angeles
On April 9th, 1954: Shirley Temple birthed her second daughter named Lori.
Shirley Temple & Charles Alden Black, Jr.: remained married for 54 years until his death on August 4, 2005.
Shirley Temple Had Her Fair Share In Delving Into The World of Politics.
September Through December 1969: She Was Appointed The Representative of the 24th General Assembly of the United Nations by President Richard M. Nixon.
December 6, 1974 To July 13, 1976, Shirley Temple Was Appointed: U.S. Ambassador To Ghana by President Gerald R. Ford.
August 23, 1989 To July 12, 1992, Shirley Temple Served As: U.S. Ambassador To Czechoslovakia and was Appointed by President George H.W. Bush.
"Shirley Temple Will Always Be Remembered For Being America's Little Sweetheart!"
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