Toronto Film Society presented Poor Little Rich Girl (1936) on Monday, January 22, 1979 in a double bill with Hello, Frisco, Hello as part of the Season 31 Monday Evening Film Buff Series, Programme 5.
Production Company: 20th Century Fox. Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck. Director: Irving Cummings. Associeate Producer: B.G. DeSylva. Screenplay: Sam Hellman, Gladys Lehman and Harry Tugend, suggested by the stories of Eleanor Gates and Ralph Spence. Music and Lyrics: Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. Dances: Jack Haskell, Ralph Cooper. Photography: John Seitz. Art Direction: William Darling. Associate: Rudolph Sternad. Settings: Thomas Little. Assistant Director: Booth McCracken. Editor: Jack Murray. Costumes: wen Wakeling. Sound: S.C. Chapman, Roger Heman. Musical Direction: Louis Silvers. Adaptation: Cyril J. Mockridge.
Cast: Shirley Temple (Barbara Barry), Alice Faye (Jerry Dolan), Gloria Stuart (Margaret Allen), Jack Haley (Jimmy Dolan), Michael Whalen (Richard Barry), Sara Haden (Collins), Jane Darwell (Mrs. Woodward), Claude Gillingwater (Simon Peck), Paul Stanton (George Hathaway), Henry Armetta (Tony), Charles Coleman (Stebbins), Arthur Hoyt (Percival Gooch), John Kelly (Ferguson), John Wray (Flagin), Tyler Brooke (Dan Ward), Mathiilde Comont (Tony’s wife), Leonard Kilrick (Freckles), Dick Webster (Soloist), Bill Ray (Announcer), Tony martin (Radio vocalist).
Songs: “Oh My Goodness” (Temple); “When I’m With You” (Faye); “But Definitely” (Temple, Haley, and solo by Faye); “Your Gotta Eat Your Spinach Baby” (Faye, Temple, Haley), “When I’m With You” (Tony Martin), “Where There’s Life There’s Soap” (Temple); “Buy a Bar of Barry’s” (Chorus); “When I’m With You” (Temple); “I Love a Military Man” (Faye, Tmple, Haley).
Note: “A Star Fell Out of Heaven” (Faye) deleted before release. Released July 24, 1936.