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That Hagen Girl

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Poor Mary Hagen! 7 janvier 2013
Par K. Jean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
First off, this is a slightly biased review. I am one of Shirley's biggest fan, I own mostly all of her films. Of course missing out on some of her films from when she was older. I had expected this movie to be good, but I loved it even more than I thought I would.
Of course I knew that Shirley would be a wonderful actress in it, she always has been since the age of 5! A young Ronald Reagan protrays her suspected father and is splendid! I was surprised by Jean Porter who plays Sharon, who was also a very good actress.
If you're a fan of old films, a fan of Shirley Temple, and a good drama then I highly implore you to watch this film!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 You Can't Go Wrong with Shirley, Ronnie and Rory!!!!!!!!!! 5 décembre 2013
Par Prof. Cleaver - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Interesting offering on the effects of small town gossip years before Peyton Place. A very pretty and grown up Shirley Temple in the title role as an adoptee who grows up as "that girl" (and we're not talkin' the Marlo Thomas description). Made to feel the outcast, Mary Hagen nevertheless perserveres througout most of the backdoor slander.
Ronnie Reagan shines as her rumored father as he returns to town after a long absence.
Rory Calhoun is equally versatile as Mary's love interest, who ends up dissing her under peer pressure of the townsfolk.
I won't give away the entire plot as to be a spoiler.
Interesting footnote: When Ronald Reagan ran for President in 1980 copies of this film were snatched up and it was rarely if ever seen during his Administration. Fact is, it is rarely seen today which is why its debut on DVD (even if it is DVD-R) is important.
Picture quality is stellar, but the audio leaves much to be desired. TV needs to be maximized in volume for even decent sound.
Nevertheless, a must see!
Class Dismissed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Shirley Is Better Than Ever! 25 mai 2016
Par Energeticus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Spoiler alert. What a great actress Shirley was! Too bad she quit acting when she was 21. In this movie she is totally convincing as well as being wonderfully feminine and full of natural charm and grace. Ronald Reagan is good too. Between Shirley's demureness and Ron's soft-spoken sincerity, one cannot help but think of the different style in which prejudice and injustice are dealt with, say, today. Not better or worse, perhaps, just different. The pacing of the film seems natural and unforced. The secondary characters are characterized very well. Also, I have no problem with a marriage between a 19-year-old and a man in his 30s. I have friends with that sort of age difference who are together and they have no problem with it. Also, the two characters do seem emotionally suited to each other.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A good film! It had a very good message 28 septembre 2016
Par The Bargain Hunter - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A good film! It had a very good message. The ending was not what I would have written, but I still liked it a lot.
Just keep in mind that Mary Hagen was getting ready to graduate from Junior College, not High School like some reviews say. Watch for yourself before going by the opinions of others.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of Temple's best movies, I think 23 janvier 2014
Par D. Mckinzie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
If I remember correctly, Shirley Temple was married and pregnant when she made this movie that also stars Ronald Reagan. It concerns a girl who is adopted as a baby by a man and woman in a town where a weathly man's daughter has recently come home from a long mental illness. Both the woman and the wealthy man's daughter have been out of town and come home on the train. Local gossip has it that the daughter had a baby by her boyfriend (whom her parents don't like, and played by Reagan) and "That Hagen Girl" is the baby. The girl encounters mean-spirited people, who believe the worst of her, everywhere she goes. I think it's an interesting movie and I like to watch it every few years.
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