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Miss and Shirley
* Little Miss Marker ( 1934 )— The film that made Shirley Temple a star, launched her career as perhaps America's most beloved child film star, and pushed her past Greta Garbo as the nation's biggest film draw of the year.
It was Ball, according to numerous radio historians, who suggested Arden for Our Miss Brooks after Shirley Booth auditioned for but failed to land the role and Ball – committed at the time to My Favorite Husband – could not.
* Miss Shirley Brahms, a young, attractive, working-class, cockney-speaking junior assistant to Mrs. Slocombe.
* Wendy Richard — Miss Shirley Brahms — Pilot – Series 10
** Shirley Yeung 楊思琦 / 杨思琦 ( 1978 -; Meixian, Guangdong ; born in Hong Kong ; Hakka pronunciation: Rhong Sih Ki ), Winner, Miss Hong Kong pageant, 2001
* Miss Mischief ( 1937 ) for piano, dedicated to Shirley Temple
In terms of a TV career, Wendy Richard was the most successful alumna, playing the role of Miss Shirley Brahms on Are You Being Served?
* May 18-Paramount releases Little Miss Marker, with Shirley Temple, on loan from Fox, in the title role.
Sometime around July 1898 Lomax began an intense relationship with Miss Shirley Green of Palestine, Texas, whom he had met in 1897.
Archie constantly bantered with Duffy's man-crazy daughter, Miss Duffy ( played by several actresses, beginning with Gardner's real-life first wife, Shirley Booth ), and especially with Clifton Finnegan ( Charlie Cantor, later Sid Raymond ), a likeable soul with several screws loose and a knack for falling for every other salesman's scam.
When the trio arrive at the tryouts in Chicago, they meet taxi dancer " All the Way " Mae Mordabito and her best friend, Doris Murphy, both tough-talking New Yorkers ; soft-spoken right fielder Evelyn Gardner ; illiterate and shy left fielder Shirley Baker ; and pitcher and former Miss Georgia Ellen Sue Gotlander.
In 1960 she appeared as Miss Clavel in Sol Saks ' adaptation of Ludwig Bemelmans ' Madeline for Shirley Temple's Storybook.
as Miss Shirley Brahms, a sales representative with a heavy Cockney accent.
A 1997 winner of the Alternative Miss Ireland competition, Shirley hosts a weekly bingo and drag show in Dublin's largest gay bar, The George.
* Shirley Yeung 楊思琦 ( Miss Hong Kong 2001 ; actress )
Her most important and substantial role followed in the Shirley Temple film Little Miss Marker.
He is also famous for giving Shirley Temple her second onscreen kiss, in the film Miss Annie Rooney, her first was in the film War Babies ( 1932 ).
* Shirley Standlee as Miss Hill
* Shirley Yeung, winner of 2001 Miss Hong Kong, TVB actress.
Shirley Cothran ( born 1953 ) was the 1975 winner of the Miss America pageant.
Shirley Bassey recorded it for her 1959 album The Bewitching Miss Bassey.
Shirley Temple did her first teenage role ( receiving her first screen kiss ) in Miss Annie Rooney ( 1942 ); the George Bruce screenplay is not an adaptation of the comic strip but instead dramatizes the situation of a poor girl with a wealthy boy friend.
Denise starred in the 1975 satiric, beauty-pageant inspired motion picture " Smile ", as Miss San Diego's Shirley Tolstoy ( also starring a young Melanie Griffith and Annette O ' Toole.
Michael Bilton, as Mr Grace's solicitor, Mr Thorpe, and his assistant, Miss Prescott, played by Shirley Cheriton, also held key roles over both series.

Miss and Joan
Miss Joan Frances Baker, a graduate of SMU, was married Saturday to Elvis Leonard Mason, an honor graduate of Lamar State College of Technology, in the chapel of the First Presbyterian Church of Houston.
Joan Hickson played the part of the home help in this film and can claim to have appeared in two Miss Marple series.
In the 1940s, Joan appeared on-stage in an Agatha Christie play, Appointment with Death, which was seen by Christie who wrote in a note to her, " I hope one day you will play my dear Miss Marple ".
Michael Denison ( Algernon ), Michael Redgrave ( Jack ), Dame Edith Evans ( Lady Bracknell ), Dorothy Tutin ( Cecily ), Joan Greenwood ( Gwendolen ), and Margaret Rutherford ( Miss Prism ) were among the cast.
* Rain ( 1932 ), the first sound version of the short story " Miss Thompson " ( retitled as " Rain "), with Joan Crawford and Walter Huston.
Years later, MGM rival Joan Crawford would disparagingly refer to Shearer as " Miss Lotta Miles ".
WWII Comanche Code Talker Charles Chibitty, Academy Award winning actress Joan Crawford, WWII ace Robert S. Johnson, three time NBA champion Stacey King, former NBA All-Star Michael Ray Richardson, Miss America 2007 Lauren Nelson, infamous University of Oklahoma quarterback Charles Thompson, NFL Pro Bowlers Will Shields and Jammal Brown, and 2006 Contender champion boxer Grady Brewer.
Wimsey's friend, Detective Inspector Charles Parker, conclusively disproves this notion, but Wimsey has planted a spy, Miss Joan Murchison, in Urquhart ’ s office and discovers the real culprit is Urquhart.
West also made a brief appearance in the Miss Marple series in 1985, starring Joan Hickson as the redoubtable Miss Jane Marple, in A Pocket Full of Rye as the notorious Rex Fortescue.
A. H. Weiler in the New York Times commented, " Joan Crawford should be credited with a truly professional performance ", and Otis L. Guernsey, Jr., in the New York Herald Tribune wrote, " The scenario ... is designed to allow Miss Crawford a wide range of quivering reactions to vicious events, as she passes through the stage of starry-eyed love, terrible disillusionment, fear, hatred, and finally hysteria.
Leslie's Don Caesar de Bazan in Ruy Blas and the Blasé Roué ( 1888, a take off of Victor Hugo ’ s play Ruy Blas ), was perhaps the most popular of his later parts, and he and Farren starred at the Gaiety and toured in this production and in Miss Esmeralda, and Joan of Arc ( 1891 ).
Becoming increasingly uneasy, she accepts an invitation to stay for a few days in London with Miss Marple's somewhat pretentious nephew Raymond West and his wife Joan ( who appear also in other stories with Miss Marple ).
Sleeping Murder was filmed by the BBC as a 100-minute film in the sixth adaptation ( of twelve ) in the series Miss Marple starring Joan Hickson as Miss Marple.
A second adaptation of the novel was made by BBC television in 1992 as part of their series Miss Marple with the title role played by Joan Hickson, and starring Claire Bloom as Marina Gregg and Glynis Barber as Lola Brewster.
The title precedes the holder's rank or title ( e. g. " Cllr Dr John Smith " or " Cllr Sir James Smith ) and for women only it precedes their title of marital status ( e. g. " Cllr Mrs Joan Smith "; rarely " Miss " but never " Ms ").
It was home, until her death, of the actress Joan Hickson who played Miss Marple in the BBC adaptations of Agatha Christie's novels, and children's writer Leila Berg.
* Miss Victory: Real Name: Joan Wayne.
Temporarily took over as team leader after the original Miss Victory became the villainess Rad ; was later replaced as team leader when Joan Wayne's daughter, Jennifer, became the new Ms.
Daughter of the original Miss Victory, Joan Wayne.
* Miss Pinkerton, Fräulein Weiner, Mademoiselle Chic, Signorina Tasso ( Angy's Governesses ) – Nina Sevening, Mary Fraser, Mabel Hirst, Joan Keddie
Richard Harris, Jon Pertwee, Joan Collins, Leslie Thomas, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Kenneth Williams, Billy Connolly, Gene Wilder, Ewan McGregor, Freddie Starr, David Bowie, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Dave Allen, Michael Crawford, Gary Glitter, John Lennon, Miss Piggy, Noel Gallagher, Tom Cruise, Edith Evans, Mark Knopfler, Luciano Pavarotti, Cher, Madonna, Elton John, David Beckham, Victoria Beckham, Shane Warne, Thierry Henry, Ricky Hatton, Rod Stewart, Phil Collins, Justin Timberlake, Robbie Williams, Ray Winstone, Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz, Michael Palin, Richard Attenborough, David Attenborough, Mel Gibson, Viggo Mortensen, George Michael, Pierce Brosnan, k. d.

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