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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
It is a fun film.... Dec 20 2005
By Fletcherfan - Published on
Format: DVD
I have been a fan of Shirley Temple for about 34 years. I love all of her films. Baby Take a Bow is one of her very first vehicles by herself ( coming off Stand Up and Cheer and Little Miss Marker). The film has typical Shirley fare with singing and dancing. James Dunn plays her father and Claire Trevor plays her mother. Basically, dad is an excon trying to live life on the straight and narrow and gets caught up in events that could get him back in jail. The scene in which Shirley is "Captured" by the bad guy is scary, but no scarier that what kids see in Disney films.

I am glad that Fox has released this films with both the original black and white and the colorized version. When Fox had released them on VHS originally, you could only have the colorized version, so I am glad that respect was given to the original medium. I was a little disappointed with the extras. I wish that they could have added a trailer for the film or a mini bio or clip of Shirley when she was younger. Overall, I am very pleased with this copy. If you are new to Shirley Temple, in my opinion the must see films are Bright Eyes and Poor Little Rich Girl.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Collector's edition of this movie Feb. 16 2014
By Ms. Diane B. Kosier - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I enjoyed this original movie, who had a surprise charm inside. It will make a good addition to my collection.

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