Almost a Bride (1949)





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In this comedy, the sequel to Kiss and Tell, an adorable adolescent falls in love with a sophisticated older man who is only amused at her affections until her protective father begins suspecting that the affair is real.
Anime & Manga , Classics , Comedy
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Shirley Temple
as Corliss Archer
David Niven
as Kenneth Marquis
Tom Tully
as Harry P. Archer
Virginia Welles
as Mildred Pringle
Darryl Hickman
as Dexter Franklin
Robert Ellis
as Raymond Pringle
Kathryn Card
as Louise
Gloria Holden
as Mrs. Janet Archer
Roy Roberts
as Uncle George
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It's shirley temple's last film and a good one at that. It' in balck and white, but it still good. This last film also summs up what her roles were like after she was no longer a child actress. It's comical and fun to watch with that face of innocents that movies lost along time ago. Well inocents, but not inocent.There are things said in this movie that you may not think are bad, but they are if you Think like an adult. if you think like a kid,then you'll never catch why it's dirty.

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