Baby Burlesks is the collective series title of eight thematically unrelated one-reeler Pre-Code films produced by Jack Hays and directed by Charles Lamont for Educational Pictures in and The eight films are satires on major motion pictures, film stars, celebrities, and current events. Cast members are preschoolers clad in adult costumes on the top and diapers fastened with large safety pins on the bottom. Many of the children employed in the series were recruited from Meglin's Dance School in Hollywood,  and, when not rehearsing or shooting, were sent out by the studio as advertising models for a variety of products including breakfast cereals and cigars in order to underwrite the costs of film production. The series is notable for featuring three-year-old Shirley Temple in her first screen appearances. In her autobiography, the actress describes the Baby Burlesks as "a cynical exploitation of our childish innocence".
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Very interesting! I'd argue however that the information regarding the bra sizes of any of these actresses over a size 34 band such as 36B is very likely to be wrong. It's impossible that a woman like Elizabeth Taylor, having a relatively petite frame with 36" hips, could have a size 36C bra size, at least in modern sizing. Surprising how small almost all of them were, even allowing for the general population being a little shorter than we are today. I especially imagined Greta Garbo to have been quite tall. Thanks Irene!
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Temple began her film career at the age of three in Two years later, she achieved international fame in Bright Eyes , a feature film designed specifically for her talents. She received a special Juvenile Academy Award in February for her outstanding contribution as a juvenile performer in motion pictures during Film hits such as Curly Top and Heidi followed year after year during the mid-to-late s.
It remains the question attached to anyone who could plausibly write an autobiography by that title—and recent examples, from Lindsay Lohan to Justin Bieber, have created a consensus is that no, usually, famous kids don't grow up unscarred. But Temple, who died Monday night at age 85, is the popular counterexample. That fact made her "perhaps the best example of a child star who came out the other side sane and used her fame for a great 2nd act," said entertainment critic Alan Sepinwall on Twitter.