Starring Shirley Temple, Frank Morgan, Robert Kent, Helen Westley, Astrid Allwyn and Delma Byron, "Dimples" (also known as "Reginetta dei monelli, La", "Bowery Princess, The") is a Musical film directed by William A. Seiter, released in the USA on October 09 of 1936.
Who is the director of "Dimples":
Dimples was directed by William A. Seiter, an American director, producer, and writer.
Before directing Dimples, William A. Seiter had directed The Moon's Our Home, released in 1936, If You Could Only Cook (1935), In Person (1935), Roberta (1935), The Richest Girl in the World (1934), and Rafter Romance (1933). Since, he directed Stowaway, released in 1936, Room Service (1938), The Little Princess (1939), Allegheny Uprising (1939), It's a Date (1940), and Nice Girl? (1941).
What was the release date of "Dimples":
Dimples was first released on Friday, October 09, 1936, in the United States. Also released on this day was Libeled Lady (dir. Jack Conway). This was eighty-three (83) years ago.
What is the casting of "Dimples":
At the casting of Dimples we find Shirley Temple, previously seen in Captain January (1936) and The Littlest Rebel (1935); Frank Morgan (Piccadilly Jim (1936), Dancing Pirate (1936)); Robert Kent (Love Before Breakfast (1936), Two for Tonight (1935)) [ more... ]
- Shirley Temple, Helen Westley, Astrid Allwyn and Julius Tannen have all also be seen in Stowaway, released in 1936.
- Billy McClain, Jack Clifford and Arthur Aylesworth also appeared together in The Plainsman, released in 1936.
- Jack Clifford and Shirley Temple, John Carradine also appeared together in Ali Baba Goes to Town, released in 1937.
What is the Storyline of "Dimples":
Dimples is a Bowery busker living with her pickpocket grandfather "Professor" Eustace Appleby. She is hired to entertain at a soiree in the Washington Square Park home of wealthy widow Caroline Drew. Mrs. Drew is so charmed by Dimples she opens her home and heart to the child, providing her a life of comfort and plenty.
Mrs. Drew's nephew Allen, a theatrical producer, abandons his sweetheart Betty Loring for haughty actress Cleo Marsh. His family is scandalized, but Allen pursues his goal of staging [...]
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