There never was a star quite like Shirley Temple. Adored by adults and children alike, at four she already led at the Box Office - ahead of Gable and Cooper. Her films saved a movie studio from bankruptcy, and a President credited her with raising the morale of Depression-weary Americans. Her earliest movies gave a foretaste of her talents and soon would become the songs and dances that helped make those movies immortal. Here she is at her heart-stirring best in films like 'Little Miss Marker', 'Now and Forever', 'The Little Princess', and 'The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer'.