Tom Bates (Ronald Reagan) has returned to Jordan, Ohio, after 18 years, rekindling the gossip that he fathered an illegitimate baby before he left. Mary Hagen (Shirley Temple), the now-grown subject of those rumors, soon finds herself an unwitting target for the town?s malicious whispers and lies. So when her mother dies without explaining her past, a tormented Mary turns to Tom for the truth about a scandal that ruined her life before it ever began.
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The black-sheep of Temple's films.
Movie Lover: Chapin from
AUSTIN, TX US -- February, 25, 2016
There should be no wonder why this is one of many people's favorite Shirley Temple films. That Hagen Girl is a far cry from the juvenile-romance-comedy and war-era films that marked the decade. Temple and Regan bring complex characters to life in a very organic display of performance talent. The plot is will thought, mixed up and full of suspense.
The ending of this film disappoints me, but only because it robbed me of the fair chance to be upset if it had ended any differently. No collection of classic films will be whole without this title in the case.
5031EDThat Hagen Girl (DVD-R)http://oldies.s3.amazonaws.com/i/boxart/w340/65/27/883316652756.jpg?v=221.9916.00USDInStock/Genre/Drama-Movies/Product Groupings/Studio-Vaults/Product Series/Warner-Archive/Sale Items/Clearance-DVDs/Sale Items/Over-20-Off-Movies-TVA lawyer returns after eighteen years, fueling rumors that threaten to ruin the life of a teenager the town suspects of being his illegitimate daughter.Warner Archive Collection (MOD)DVD-RDrama-MoviesSALE2012-12-10