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Movie legend Shirley Temple died last night at the age 85.

The former child actress retired more than six decades prior to her passing, but she's still remembered for her red hair, her dimples, her signature drink - and for one song in particular.

Temple first sang "On the Good Ship Lollipop" in 1934's Bright Eyes, belting out the track in a scene she reportedly choreographed herself. 

The number has been referenced and duplicated many times since (from The Brady Bunch to The Simpsons) and we can think of no better way to salute the late star than to run her original here:

Temple, of course, is merely the latest known name to pass away in 2014.

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Shirley Temple, the beloved former child star who rose to fame as a dimple-cheeked redhead in the 1930s, passed away at her home in California last night.

She was 85 years old.

Shirley Temple Picture

Publicist Cheryl Kagan confirmed this sad news to the Associated Press, saying Temple (full name: Shirley Temple Black) was surrounded by friends and family members at the time of her passing.

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