Little Miss Broadway (1938)

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An orphan is provisionally adopted by the manager of a hotel populated by show business people. The hotel's owner doesn't like the entertainers and wants the girl returned to the orphanage.


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  • Shirley Temple and Hank Mann in Little Miss Broadway (1938)
  • Phyllis Brooks and George Murphy in Little Miss Broadway (1938)
  • Shirley Temple and Jimmy Durante in Little Miss Broadway (1938)
  • Shirley Temple, Jimmy Durante, Phyllis Brooks, George Murphy, and Edna May Oliver in Little Miss Broadway (1938)
  • Shirley Temple in Little Miss Broadway (1938)
  • Shirley Temple in Little Miss Broadway (1938)

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20 January 2001 | llihilloh
Just okay.
I'm not the biggest fan of black and white films but this was still good. That shouldn't interfere with the acting and story itself, but that's just me.

I actually enjoyed this even though it lacked color. During the first ten or fifteen minutes, I was pretty determined that I was going to hate this film. It was kind of slow and the writing wasn't all that great. Then I realized that it was made in the '30s and should think how this would have appeared back then. I thought and began to enjoy it.

I'll be honest, this is the first Shirley Temple film that I have ever seen. I've heard of her and had been wanting to see her in something for a while, but never did. I was so impressed with her acting ability. Plus, she's so cute dancing around that office. The rest of the cast is pretty good but I especially liked the part of Betsy Brown.

While 'Little Miss Broadway' was still very slow, I enjoyed it because of the dancing number(s). Also, the writing was somewhat comical.

This isn't one of the best films I have ever seen, not even close, but it was/is something good to see on a quiet afternoon when there is nothing else on.

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