visited Shirley Temple
at an exclusive and restricted hotel to rehearse the "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" number for this film. Temple later recalled, "I asked Bill what cottage he was staying in. He told me, 'I'm staying in the chauffeur quarters above the garage.' It wasn't until years later that I understood why." See more
When Rebecca's uncle negotiates her legal guardianship papers, after he says "So long kid, see you in church" she says, "Thank you, Tony." Her uncle's name is Henry. See more
I'm going up to my farm where I can relax. Birds, trees, new-mown hay, the simple life, that's what I need. Oh, and when you find that kid, be sure to get that contract signed. Pay her anything she wants. Well, within reason. And if you make any mistakes, I'll tear your head off and use it for a doorstop.
Okay, chief, you know me.
Yes, and I'm still regretting it.
Animal Crackers in My Soup
Music by Ray Henderson
Lyrics by Ted Koehler
and Irving Caesar
Sung as part of a medley by Shirley Temple See more