Published On: Feb 11 2014 06:46:42 AM CSTUpdated On: Feb 11 2014 10:54:14 PM CST
Shirley Temple Black, who rose to fame as arguably one of the most well-known child actresses in Hollywood history, has died. She was 85. Take a look back at the life of the legendary star.
She began acting at age 3 and became a massive box-office draw before turning 10, commanding a then-unheard of salary of $50,000 per movie. For about 18 years, she sang, tap-danced and acted her way into the hearts of millions. Her corkscrew curls were popular with little girls from the 1930s through the 1970s. Her hits included "Little Miss Marker" (1934), "Curly Top" (1935) and "The Littlest Rebel" (1935).
Temple sits with first lady Eleanor Roosevelt.
Temple is seen leaving the White House after a visit with President Franklin Roosevelt in 1938.
Temple gets into a car after leaving the White House in 1938.
Temple is seen in 1944 during a trip to Canada.
Shirley Temple Black shakes hands with President Gerald Ford after being sworn in as chief of protocol in 1976. The chief of protocol advises the president and other high-level officials on diplomatic protocol.
This 1990 image shows Temple Black, then the U.S. ambassador to Czechoslovakia, in Prague.
A new team of investigators is looking into the nearly three-year-old murder case of Peter D'Orazio, a 55-year-old man who went missing from Goleta in September of 2012. His widow, Caron, believes she knows exactly who killed him.
(Warning: Graphic content) A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Kathmandu on Saturday. Many houses, buildings and temples in the capital were destroyed, leaving thousands dead or trapped under the debris as emergency rescue workers attempt to clear rubble and find survivors.
WARNING: Graphic content. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake centered less than 50 miles from Kathmandu rocked Nepal with devastating force early Saturday, killing at least 1,400 people -- and probably more -- in Nepal's capital city, authorities said.