Back in the good old days, when Myrna Loy and Irene Dunne were reigning queens of the film world, one little curley haired moppet stole the heart of America. She appeared with all the great stars, and with them sang and danced her way into the affections of everyone. Her name was Shirley Temple; and Curly McDimple is a fond recollection of that long ago, told in contemporary musical terms.
"An amiable spoof of the song and dance films of the 1930's. You'll have fun in never never land where love and tap dancing conquer all." - Cue