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A group of soldiers in a café watch a dancer as she entertains them, but later two of them become rivals over her.
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's parents, George Temple
and Gertrude Temple
, took their daughter to see this movie at a local theater; Gertrude later recalled, "The picture lasted ten minutes. Shirley merely flitted across the screen a few times and said only two lines. But my head swam and the goose flesh popped out on my arms. I think I cried a little. George squeezed my hand. We were proud. It was our little girl doing something wonderful, like saying her first words, and we were happy." See more
Listen, baby, I gots to go now. You be good till I get back. And stay away from that slug Sergeant Quirt! He's a snake in the grass!
Mais oui, mon cher capitaine.
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