Little Miss Marker (1934)
as Miss Marker
as Sorrowful Jones
as Bangles Carson
as Big Steve
as Doc Chesley
as Sun Rise
as Dizzy Memphis
as Eddie White
as Bennie, the Gouge
as Marky's Father
as Sore Toe
as Dr. Ingalls
as Detective Reardon
as Mrs. Walsh
as Head of Home Finding Society
Critic Reviews for Little Miss Marker
This picture is a delight in many respects, for it has been produced so pleasingly and with such efficient portrayals that only a dyed-in-the-wool cynic could fail to be affected by its sterling humor and pathos.
This picture is a good response to that element which claims there is nothing good In pictures. Clean, funny, with thrills and heart appeal all nicely blended.
The little girl is Shirley Temple, and she Is a brilliant child actress.
The most hardened picture‐goers are likely to ﬁnd themselves laughing, and, perhaps, sighing, as they watch this cleverly‐written ﬁlm.
No matter how you may think you feel about child actors, the Temple infant will get you.
Audience Reviews for Little Miss Marker
One of the first Shirley Temple films - very cute and funny. Definately a classic.
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