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Bright Eyes

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By J. Lovins TOP 50 REVIEWER
20th Century Fox present "BRIGHT EYES" (released: 28 December 1934) (84 mins) (B&W/Color Versions) - Under David Butler (Director / Screenwriter), Sol Wurtzel (Producer), Edwin H. Burke (Screenwriter), William Conselman (Screenwriter), Arthur C. Miller (Cinematographer) - - - - One of Shirley Temple's best movies is stolen by an absolutely riotous performance by Jane Withers as Temple's bratty nemesis-the mean rich kid who picks on poor,noble motherless Shirley ---.Worth seeing if you haven't seen a Shirley Temple film --- And this was one of the major hits of the 1930's featuring Hollywood's smallest and biggest star Shirley Temple plays an orphan caught up in a custody battle --- Shirley worships a daredevil pilot (James Dunn) and through the course of the movie gets the chance to sing and make immortal "On the Good Ship Lollipop" --- Also in the steadfast cast are: Jane Darwell, Judith Allen, Charles Sellon and probably the show stealer Jane Withers --- Withers is the perfect rich brat to be mean to the poor little orphan(Temple) --- One of the better projects of the busy little "curly top".

the cast includes:
Shirley Temple ... Shirley Blake
James Dunn ... James 'Loop' Merritt
Jane Darwell ... Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins
Judith Allen ... Adele Martin
Lois Wilson ... Mary Blake
Charles Sellon ... Uncle Ned Smith
Walter Johnson ... Thomas, Chauffeur
Jane Withers ... Joy Smythe
Theodore von Eltz ... J. Wellington Smythe (as Theodor von Eltz)
Dorothy Christy ... Anita Smythe
Brandon Hurst ... Higgins
George Irving ... Judge Thompson

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5.0 out of 5 stars "Sweet Landings".... Dec 31 2003
This review refers to the 20th Century Fox DVD edition of "Bright Eyes".....
I've always been a sucker for little Shirley Temple singing "On The Good Ship Lollipop" and couldn't resist picking up this DVD.From 1934, this story takes you back to a time of innocence that just can't be done again in today's world. Shirley will tug at your heartstrings and you're happy to let her do it!
This story was tailor made for Temple's charms. Already having lost her father, "the best aviator there ever was", she is now the apple of they eyes of all the flyers at the airport.Espcially one,'Loop' Merritt(James Dunn), her father's best friend who loves her dearly.Shirley lives in the home of a wealthy but nasty couple where her mother is a maid. When tragedy strikes again, and Shirley's mom meets with an unfortunate accident, the fight begins over who will adopt this adorable orphan.
In the short span of 83 minutes, it's a story that has laughter, tears, adventure and lots of love. If you love Shirley..this is a must have. But it's not just the Shirley show...the rest of the cast is terrific. James Dunn, Jane Darwell,and Lois Smith will all touch you, but the two that nearly steal the show are Charles Sellon as Uncle Ned, an old curmudgeon who becomes a real softy around Shirley, and little Jane Withers...the brattiest brat there ever was. All this little tyke wants for Christmas is a machine gun!
I was very pleased with this DVD by 20th Cent Fox. Yes it was a bit on the grainey side, but the film, now 70 years old, showed no scratches, lines or cracks.I hope I look that good at 70!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bet You'll Be Surprised... Dec 20 2001
Format:VHS Tape
...when you find out that Shirley's trademark song, "On the Good Ship Lollipop" premieres in this movie, not on a boat, but on an airplane! Shirley's aviator dad was killed in a crash before the movie begins, but his best pal James Dunn is still very much on the scene and in her life. Darling Shirley and her mom live in the home of some rich folks, for whom Mom is the maid. They are an unhappy family for all their money, with a bratty daughter (played to perfection by future Josephine the Plumber Jane Withers) and a cantankerous old wheelchair-bound uncle. Things take a spin when Shirley's mother is struck by a hit and run driver en route to Shirley's birthday party. The ensuing custody battle is wrapped up just about as you might expect.
"Bright Eyes" is a very good children's movie, and like so many of Shirley's movies, treats the topic of death with sensitivity--we know the mother has died because we see the birthday cake ornament, a little plane, is broken by the side of the curb. There's a neat scene also when Shirley and Dunn (and a puppy dog) have to bail out of a plane via parachute--that should really brighten the eyes of your little ones!
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3.0 out of 5 stars OUR FAVOURITE WAIF Oct. 28 2001
Format:VHS Tape
This was the first movie actually crafted just for Shirley and the kids should find it a fun diversion, even today. It's in this movie in which Temple sings her famed version of ON THE GOOD SHIP LOLLIPOP - while on an airplane! The supporting cast includes the little seen silent screen actress Lois Wilson who plays Shirley's mother (employed as a maid) and the talented Irishman, James Dunn - he won an Oscar for the happy alcoholic singing waiter in A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN - does well as Shirley's kind uncle. Cheeky Jane Withers (Remember Josephine, the plumber who endorsed Comet cleanser in the sixties?) plays Joy, and she's fun in contrast to Shirley's goody-goody personna- she's wild, mischievous, noisy, jealous, messy, angry and not particularly cute; she was eventually ranked second in popularity to Temple as a thirties female child star. Recommended for the little ones because these Temple films are inoffensive (with very few exceptions) and are expertly computer colourized!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bright Eyes review
I am a big fan of Shirley Temple, so I was very pleased to have the opportunity to purchase this DVD. I have enjoyed watching this movie many times and will continue too. Read more
Published 7 months ago by Donna Lloyd
2.0 out of 5 stars Bright Eyes
Not one of my favourite Shirley Temple DVDs.
However, if you are having a down, and out day, you might want to watch just to see again how this charmer could melt hearts, no... Read more
Published 17 months ago by George Dohn
5.0 out of 5 stars Shirley is skipping through generations
As a young girl, I would watch black and white Shirley Temple movies on the American television stations you could receive at my border city. Read more
Published 21 months ago by Mado
3.0 out of 5 stars One of her better movies.
The movie has the seen that the TV networks always have qued up with her singing: On the good ship lollypop.
Published on July 2 2003 by JediMack
3.0 out of 5 stars One of the cutest films!!!
Shirley is VERY cute in this film. She plays a very unselfish and cute little girl who likes to help out and visit the airport. Read more
Published on May 19 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Shirley at her BEST!!
I absolutely loved this movie! She plays such an unselfish
little girl. Shes a joy to watch! The way her and James Dunn
interact on the screen is just perfect. Read more
Published on March 13 2002
4.0 out of 5 stars Good to have on DVD but...
It's about time these early Shirley Temple films are being reissued on DVD. Yes, "The Little Pincess" has been on DVD for years but up to now that has been the only one available. Read more
Published on Feb. 20 2002 by Real Music-Not Rap
4.0 out of 5 stars WELL ISN'T THIS MOVIE TERRIFIC!
Sure it is because we get to see Shirley singing her trademark song in grand fashion: ON THE GOOD SHIP L0LLIPOP.
But get out your hankie or Kleenex before you view it. Read more
Published on Nov. 26 2001 by Elaine J. Campbell
5.0 out of 5 stars Shirley Temple Is An All time Favorite
She is one of the Best Child Stars ever to Be Staring in a Classic Movie even if your are 5 to 55 you're Never too old to Enjoy Shirley Temple.
Published on Aug. 17 2001 by Betsy C Baldwin
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