- Legendary racehorse to get new resting place Updated: Mar-10-14 5:50 pm
- Actor Robert Wagner recalls old Hollywood's style Updated: Mar-10-14 2:40 pm
- AP PHOTOS: 10 things to know about Shirley Temple Updated: Feb-11-14 4:10 pm
INGLEWOOD, California - The legendary racehorse Native Diver is being exhumed from the former Hollywood Park racetrack and will be moved to a new resting place in Southern California.
"You Must Remember This: Life and Style in Hollywood's Golden Age" (Viking), by Robert J. Wagner with Scott Eyman
She was the biggest of child stars. She was the top U.S. box-office draw from 1935 to 1938, bigger than Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, Gary Cooper or Joan Crawford. She kept children singing "On the Good Ship Lollipop" for generations, retired from acting at age 21 and went on to a diplomatic career. Here's a look at the life of Shirley Temple, who died Monday at age 85: