Stowaway (1936) - (Movie Clip) Goodnight, My Love
Seems like the screenwriters maybe gave up, admitting that Alice Faye's solo ballad, by Harry Revel and Mack Gordon, just doesn't work with the story, as she fends off shipboard Romeo Robert Young, in the Shirley Temple vehicle Stowaway, 1936.
Stowaway (1936) -- (Movie Clip) All Things Have Two Prices
Ching-Ching (Shirley Temple), the orphan daughter of missionaries and now a refugee, forgotten by her negligent escort, wanders Shanghai seeking food for her dog, and meets benevolent American Tommy (Robert Young), his first scene in Stowaway, 1936.
Stowaway (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Greetings Ching Ching
Having learned already that she's the orphan daughter of missionaries in China, and that a local warlord is rampaging, we meet "Ching Ching" (Shirley Temple) whom Sun Lo (Philip Ahn) has sworn to protect, in 20th Century-Fox's Stowaway, 1936, co-starring Robert Young and Alice Faye.
Stowaway (1936) -- (Movie Clip) He Growled At Me!
Orphan Ching-Ching (Shirley Temple), who dozed off in a car that got loaded onto a liner departing Shanghai, winds up in the cabin of Susan (Alice Faye) and her mother-in-law to-be (Helen Westley), the captain (Robert Greig) calming nerves, in Stowaway, 1936, from producer Buddy DeSylva.
Stowaway (1936) -- (Movie Clip) You Gotta S-M-I-L-E
At port in Hong Kong, enjoying a show with friends Tommy and Susan (Robert Young, Alice Faye), who are not (yet) a couple, orphan Ching-Ching (Shirley Temple, with a song by Harry Revel and Mack Gordon) reveals hidden talents, with impressions, in 20th Century-Fox's Stowaway, 1936.