Almost a Bride (A Kiss for Corliss)
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Almost a Bride (A Kiss for Corliss)
Twenty-one-year-old Shirley Temple retired from filmmaking upon completing Almost a Bride. Originally released as A Kiss for Corliss, this innocuous confection was a sequel to the 1945 vehicle Kiss and Tell. Ol' curly top plays teenager Corliss Archer, who develops a crush on much-married roue David Niven. Though she's never had any real contact with him, Corliss begins writing about fictious romantic trysts with Niven in her diary. It must needs be that the diary falls into the trembling hands of Corliss' parents (Tom Tully and Gloria Holden), leading to innumerable comic… More