"FOX LEGACY: The Shirley Temple Story" premieres December 25 on Fox Movie Channel
There is nothing better to do on Christmas day than spend time with family watching movies and TV. This year Fox Movie Channel has you covered. The critically acclaimed series FOX LEGACY HOSTED BY TOM ROTHMAN continues on Fox Movie Channel.
Here is the official press release:
Tom Rothman, Chairman and CEO of 20th Century Fox, offers a unique insider’s perspective into how classic Fox films were made and the personalities who created them. Fox Legacy episodes explore milestone films in the cinematic history of 20th Century Fox and provide context for the corresponding movies that follow.
In “FOX LEGACY: The Shirley Temple Story” Tom Rothman reveals how Shirley Temple became
a box office sensation during the Great Depression with the guidance of 20th Century Fox studio chief Darryl Zanuck. The episode premieres Saturday, December 25 throughout the day at 6:00am, 9:30am 1:00pm
and 4:30pm Eastern.
“FOX LEGACY: The Shirley Temple Story” is part of the Shirley Temple Holiday Marathon on December 25, 2010. In celebration of Christmas, Fox Movie Channel presents a day of familyentertainment featuring a marathon of Shirley Temple beloved classics – Blue Bird, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Stowaway, Just Around the Corner, Susannah of the Mounties, and Our Little Girl.
Shirley Temple Holiday Marathon Schedule• 6:00AM FOX LEGACY: The Shirley Temple Story (2010)
• 6:30AM Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm (1938)
• 8:00AM The Blue Bird (1940)
• 9:30AM FOX LEGACY: The Shirley Temple Story (2010)
• 10:00AM Our Little Girl (1935)
• 11:30AM Just Around The Corner (1938)
• 1:00PM FOX LEGACY: The Shirley Temple Story (2010)
• 1:30PM Stowaway (1936)
• 3:00PM Susannah Of The Mounties (1939)
• 4:30PM FOX LEGACY: The Shirley Temple Story (2010)
• 5:00PM Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm (1938)
• 6:30PM The Blue Bird (1940)
Films previously featured on Fox Legacy include Cleoptara, The Crucible, All That Jazz, Wall
Street, How Green Was My Valley, Patton, All About Eve, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,
The Diary Of Anne Frank, Independence Day, M*A*S*H, Edward Scissorhands, The French
Connection, Waiting To Exhale, and William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet.
Fox Movie Channel’s expanding slate of original programming explores the moviemaking process
from script to screen. From learning firsthand about Hollywood filmmaking on Life After Film
School, behind-the-scenes magic on Making a Scene, creating the perfect cast on Casting
Session to unique red carpet coverage on World Premiere, Fox Movie Channel’s unprecedented
access provides viewers with a whole studio on one channel.
Fox Movie Channel is the only network presenting movies and original series for viewers who
want to know everything about how Hollywood movies are made today. Exclusively airing 20th
Century Fox films ranging from contemporary blockbusters to great titles from the studio’s
legendary library, movies are shown uncut, uninterrupted, commercial-free, and in their original