I just love all things Shirley Temple. A young woman struggles to find some sense of belonging and self-worth despite being held back by the townsfolk where she's grown up. All the talk of "that Hagen girl" stems from a very small-town rumor that sprung up when she was brought home as an infant. Her mother had been away for a few months, as had the daughter of a very wealthy man in town. When they return on the same day, having been in the same place, the rich man's daughter is rushed into eternal seclusion, the housewife arrives with an infant. I found a great sense of disappointment, however, to realize that the sometimes small-mindedness of small town life hasn't changed a bit in the last 53 years. Great film.