What company made Shirley Temple lookalike dolls?

Answer The Ideal Toy Co. made composition Shirley Temple dolls in the 1930s. They reintroduced vinyl and plastic versions in 1957, when her movies were released for television, and new models in the 1970s... Read More »

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What company made shirley temple look-a-like dolls?

A variety of companies produced Shirley Temple Look-A-Like Dolls. Among these companies were Sears, Roebuck and Company, the Ideal Novelty and Toy Co., the Reliable Toy Company, Allied Imported and... Read More »

What's a shirley temple?

A Shirley Temple is a mocktail which contains no alcohol. It is inspired by Shirley Temple herself and is very good at that. Here is how to make it:* 3 oz lemon-lime soda * 3 oz ginger ale * ... Read More »

How to Do a Shirley Temple Hairdo?

A bouncy head of tight curls is reminiscent of the famous child star Shirley Temple. The style can be easily emulated at home by children and adults for nearly any occasion. Shoulder-length hair is... Read More »

Why is the drink Shirley Temple, named so?

In the 1930's Chasen's, a famous Hollywood restaurant that catered to the stars, had long been known for naming drinks and dishes after the stars, so naturally a non-alcoholic drink was named for t... Read More »