Featuring Temple's only two Technicolor films, the 3-disc "Shirley Temple Collection, Vol. 5" compiles some of the tiny superstar's finest performances. In "The Blue Bird" (1940), Temple plays an unhappy girl on a quest to find the blue bird of happiness."The Little Princess" (1939) is an adaptation of the Frances Hodgson Burnett novel about a little girl who believes that her soldier father is still alive despite all odds. "Stand Up And Cheer" (1934) is a compilation of musical numbers meant to boost the morale of the country after the Great Depression.