SHIRLEY TEMPLE
Made By 20th CENTURY FOX in 1934

HEIGHT = 9 3/4 inches
WIDTH = 6 inches
DEPTH= 3 inches
VALUE = $1,000 - $1,500

MARKING:
20th CEN 1934

Note 1:
"Stand Up and Cheer" was 1934 movie, a musical,
made during the Great Depression.
It was made in effort to boost the morale of our country.
This movie made little known Shirley Temple famous.
The above doorstop was supposely made by
20th Century Fox Studios for the movie cast, crew, and other VIPs.

Note 2:
Shirley Jane Temple (born April 23, 1928 -- died on February 10, 2014),
later Shirley Temple Black, was an child actress, singer & dancer.
She began her film career in 1932 at the age of four.
She was so popular that licensed merchandise (dolls, dishes, and clothing)
capitalized on her wholesome image.
Latter in life she became the U.S. Ambassador to Ghana and Czechoslovakia.

Note 3:
PICTURE P SHOWS THE REAL SHIRLEY TEMPLE