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From Wikipedia:

“Sybil Jason


(born Sybil Jacobson; 23 November 1927 – 23 August 2011) was a South African-born American motion-picture child actress who, in the late 1930s, was presented as a rival to Shirley Temple.

Born in Cape Town, South Africa, she began playing the piano at age two and, a year later, began making public appearances doing impersonations.  She was introduced to the theatre-going public of London by way of her uncle, Harry Jacobson, a then-popular London orchestra leader and also pianist. The apex of her career came with a concert performance with Frances Day at London’s Palace Theatre. Jason’s theatre work led to appearances on radio and phonograph records, and a supporting role in the film Barnacle Bill (1935).

Irving Asher, the head of Warner Bros.’ London studio, saw Jason’s performance in Barnacle Bill and subsequently arranged for her to make a screen test for the studio. The test was a success, resulting in Warner Bros. signing her to a contract. Her American film debut came as the lead in Little Big Shot (1935), directed by Michael Curtiz and co-starring Glenda Farrell, Robert Armstrong, and Edward Everett Horton. Jason followed this with supporting roles opposite some of Warner Bros. most popular stars, including Kay Francis in I Found Stella Parish (1935), Al Jolson in The Singing Kid (1936), Pat O’Brien and Humphrey Bogart in The Great O’Malley (1937), and again with Kay Francis in Comet Over Broadway (1938). Warners also starred her in The Captain’s Kid (1937), and four Vitaphone two-reelers filmed in Technicolor: Changing of the Guard, A Day at Santa Anita, Little Pioneer, and The Littlest Diplomat.

Jason, however, never became the major rival to Shirley Temple that Warner Bros. had hoped for and, her film career ended after playing two supporting roles at 20th-Century Fox. These films — The Little Princess (1939) and The Blue Bird (1940) — were in support of Temple, who became her lifelong friend.

Sybil Jason became a naturalized United States citizen in 1952.
Died     23 August 2011 (aged 83)
Northridge, California, U.S.”

“However, there are some perceptible directors, producers, and casting agents who have the ability to look at a young girl dressed in a sweater and saddle shoes


and be able to envision a potentially glamourous box office winner.” (“MY FIFTEEN MINUTES” by Sybil Jason)




 & Julia:



Molly Rome bobby-soxing:


& a super mommy:

super mommy


“the severely tailored white blouse unbuttoned to the bottom button and half-draped over her firm upper arms.”
Her brief pale green skirt was pulled upward against the strain of her body, exposing an eyeful of nylon-sheathed thigh.”


(“Naked Came the Stranger” by Penelope Ashe)


Not Patty:

not patty

 Brie as Shirley: