Honeymoon (1947)

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A prospective bride and groom have misadventures in Mexico City.

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  • Shirley Temple and Guy Madison in Honeymoon (1947)
  • Shirley Temple and Guy Madison in Honeymoon (1947)
  • Shirley Temple and Guy Madison in Honeymoon (1947)
  • Shirley Temple and Guy Madison in Honeymoon (1947)
  • Shirley Temple, Guy Madison, and Franchot Tone in Honeymoon (1947)
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28 June 2006 | Maleejandra
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| Diving on Top of a Gem
Honeymoon is a sweet comedy starring two very capable actors. Shirley Temple is all grown up here, almost, as a seventeen year old who wants to wed her soldier boyfriend. The two plan to meet in Mexico City, but problems arise with arriving on time. They only have a short amount of time to marry so they want to make use of all the time they have as man and wife. However, absolutely everything happens to prevent that from happening. Temple enlists the help of a man from the American Consolate (Franchot Tone) to assist her, but she causes more problems for him than he could ever imagine.

Temple is certainly different than the little girl everyone remembers her as. She does the same movements with her mouth, but she has matured into a very beautiful young woman. She has a knack for comedy so she excels in this film. Tone equals her. He is older than in his Joan Crawford days, but he has the same sweet face and strong acting talent. He seems to have gotten smarter over the years which enables him to be a dominant figure as well as a funny one.

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Ven Aqui
Music by
Leigh Harline
Lyrics by Mort Greene
Performed by Mário Santos, Shirley Temple and chorus (uncredited)

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