Shirley Temple in 'That Hagen Girl'
Shirley Temple 'dead' in 'That Hagen Girl'
Shirley Temple (1928 - )
a.k.a. Shirley Temple Black
Former US Ambassador to Ghana and Czechoslovakia
Ex-Mrs.
John Agar
Mother of Lori Black
(former bass player of The Melvins)
Aunt of
Marina Black
Dimples (1936) [Dimples Appleby]: Playing "Little Eva" in a play-within-the-film performance of Uncle Tom's Cabin, she dies of a terminal illness. (She survives the movie in reality.) (Thanks to Stephen)

That Hagen Girl (1947) [Mary Hagen]: Playing "Juliet" in a play-within-the-film performance of Romeo and Juliet, she commits suicide (off-screen) by stabbing herself. As she delivers her final speech and prepares to kill herself, the movie skips to the end of the play by dissolving to a shot of the play's pages turning; her body is shown lying on the stage when it dissolves back to the end of the play. (She survives the movie in reality.)
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