LOS ANGELES - Child movie star Shirley Temple’s costumes, scripts and a dress she wore to the Oscars are up for grabs at an auction on Thursday, preserved by the actress turned US diplomat for nearly 80 years before her death in 2014. Temple, one of the most popular child actors in Hollywood, won legions of fans as a bouncy, curly-haired young star in 1930s movies such as “Bright Eyes”, “Heidi” and “Curly Top” The child actress went on to forge a second career as ambassador Shirley Temple Black and died at the age of 85 last year. Her family are now selling her belongings.