Stand Up and Cheer! is a 1934 musical film directed by Hamilton MacFadden.The screenplay by Lew Brown and Ralph Spence was based upon a story idea by Will Rogers and Philip Klein. The film is about boosting morale in the country during the Great Depression. It was essentially a vehicle for vaudeville acts and a few musical numbers. The movie became Shirley Temple’s breakthrough film. It was promoted
as a Shirley Temple picture, but the child star played a very minor role and had
very little screen time.