This double bill of early Shirley faves opens with the first film version of Damon Runyon's "Little Miss Marker" (1934), with Temple as the adorable tyke left to bookie Adolphe Menjou as a gambling marker. Her influence leads Menjou to try to mend his ways and marry his nightclub singer sweetheart. Dorothy Dell, Charles Bickford also star. Next, con man Gary Cooper is reunited with daughter Temple, who lived with relatives after her mother's death, and takes her on the road with him for further scams before attempting to reform in "Now and Forever" (1934). Carole Lombard co-stars as Cooper's girlfriend.
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