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The Oscars paid tribute to Shirley Temple, the Oscar-winning child star who died last year – devoting part of its traditional In Memoriam section to the actor.
Temple was given an honorary juvenile Oscar in 1935 at the age of six, after a string of box-office successes including Bright Eyes and Baby Take a Bow helped to distract America in the throes of the Depression. Her screen career flourished during the 1930s, before taking a downturn during the second world war, followed by her official retirement in 1950. Apart from a few subsequent TV appearances, Temple turned to a political career, and served as Us ambassador to both Ghana and Czechoslovakia, among other high-profile posts.
Temple, who used the name Temple Black after her 1950 marriage to Charles Alden Black,