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Encyclopedia > On the Good Ship Lollipop

"On the Good Ship Lollipop" was the trademark song of child actress Shirley Temple. Temple first sang it in the 1934 movie Bright Eyes. Contrary to popular belief, the ship in the song is an aircraft. In the song, the "Good Ship Lollipop" travels to a candy land. There is a direct reference to an airplane in the song: "Someday I'm going to fly/I'll be a pilot, too...". The song was composed by Richard A. Whiting and lyrics were supplied by Sidney Clare. 500,000 copies of the song were sold. For the cocktail named after this person, see Shirley Temple cocktail. ... Year 1934 (MCMXXXIV) was a common year starting on Monday (link will display full 1934 calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Bright Eyes is a 1934 musical film, starring Shirley Temple and produced by 20th Century Fox (then called Fox Pictures). David Butler directed and co-wrote the movie. ... Flying machine redirects here. ... Richard A. Whiting (November 12, 1891-February 10, 1938) was a writer of popular songs. ... Sidney Clare is a comedian, dancer and composer born in New York on August 15, 1892. ...


Pop Culture References

  • The song has been parodied twice on The Simpsons. In the Season 4 episode "Treehouse of Horror III", a King Kong parody has Homer as the big ape. He is captured and brought to the United States, whereupon he escapes into a theatre where Shirley Temple is performing the song. King Homer listens for a few verses, and then eats her. In the Season 11 episode "Last Tap Dance in Springfield", Lisa enrolls in a tap dancing class headed by the Temple-esque Lil' Vicky Valentine. In a big finale dance number, the class performs to the song "On the Spaceship Lollipop", a parodical version of the song.
  • "Good Ship Lollipop" also appeared in the Family Guy episode Road to Rhode Island when Stewie distracts airport security staff by singing the song. After he retrieves his bag undetected, he bemuses to himself, "Let's hope Osama bin Laden doesn't know show tunes". Following this comment, Osama Bin Laden enters the scene and distracts the airport security by singing the lyrics to the second and recurring verse of the song 'I hope I get it'. This scene was deleted from airings of the episode following the September 11th attacks.
  • In the episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation entitled "The Arsenal of Freedom", Cmdr. Riker tells Capt. Paul Rice (whom he suspects of actually being a hostile alien) that his ship is not the U.S.S. Enterprise, but the "Lollipop". He then adds, "It's a good ship."
  • In the That 70's Show episode "My Wife", Fez asks the gang to sing because he didn't want them to hear him use the bathroom. Jackie Burkhart and the others began to sing "On the Good Ship Lollipop" to drown out the sound.
  • In Shrek the Third, Gingy sings "On the Good Ship Lollipop" to himself after seeing his life flash before his eyes.
  • The Season One episode "Good Shit Lollipop" of the television show Weeds is an eponymous reference to the song.
  • In an episode of M*A*S*H, Colonel Flagg visits the camp to visit a sick CID agent, and eventually ends up joining a poker game set up by Hawkeye, Trapper, Colonel Blake, Klinger, and some visiting officers. Frank expresses his dismay at the "corruption" of a good officer, and Hawkeye leans over and says, "Hurry Frank, the Good Ship Lollipop is leaving!"
  • In an episode of Gilmore Girls, Lorelai Gilmore gets herself a Shirley Temple Black and her daughter Rory Gilmore a Shirley Temple. After allowing her Rory to sniff the Shirley Temple Black, Lorelai remarks, "I got your good ship lollipop right here, mister."
  • In Episode Number 115, Season 5 of the Brady Bunch, entitled, “The Snooperstar,” (aired Friday, February 22, 1974), Marcia plants a bogus story in her diary to bait Cindy after she gets fed up with Cindy's nonstop snooping. The bait is a story about Marcia contacting a talent scout after submitting a picture of Cindy and the talent scout wants Cindy to be the next Shirley Temple. 11-year-old Cindy then tap-dances and sings “The Good Ship Lollipop” to a talent scout (played by Natalie Schafer).

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Other References

The Gateway Clipper Fleet of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania consists of 5 riverboats, one of which is the "Good Ship Lollypop". City nickname: The Steel City Location in the state of Pennsylvania Founded 1758 Mayor Tom Murphy (Dem) Area  - Total  - Water 151. ... This article is about the U.S. State. ... A first class tourist riverboat High speed planing riverboat High speed hydrofoil riverboat Local passenger transport craft Riverboat specialized for cargo truck transport Self propelled gravel barge M.V. Splendid China layout A riverboat is a specialized watercraft (vessel) designed for operating on inland waterways. ...


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Good Ship Lollipop is open every day through Labor Day, then on weekends through October, weather permitting.
The vessel used as the Good Ship Lollipop also has changed several times since the first boat's maiden voyage on the three rivers' juncture near Downtown.
The Good Ship Lollipop then heads down the Ohio River to the West End Bridge and Davis Island, then returns to the dock.
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