See her autobiography (1988); R, Windeler, The Films of Shirley Temple (1995); studies by R. Windeler (1976), A. Edwards (1988), and C. Fiori (1997).
The Royal Hawaiian Hotel at Waikīkī in Honolulu, Hawaii claims to be the inventor of the Shirley Temple cocktail, from the 1930s. There are several other popularized claims as to the origins of the drink. One notes a bartender at Chasen's restaurant in Beverly Hills, California is the inventor .The drink was named for the famous child actress Shirley Temple, who often visited the Royal Hawaiian Hotel and the Beverly Hills restaurant.
Later, the popular beverage became available bottled in supermarkets as the first soft drink to include a cherry.