Thank you for your directions above which I followed. With the .Mov (movie) copied to the desktop, then deleting the Temp Desktop Shortcut/Pictures, I did not lose the (2) movies. Success. With confidence I continued deleting all remaining Temp Desktop Shortcut files CCleaner found.
If you don't mind, here is another sample which I not know if to keep both files or delete one? I have looked into File Explorer for both files, even though I found both, I have no clue if both are critical to keep or if I'll corrupt the Microsoft software?
From this experience (using this tool for the first time) I'm left with pros and cons with this tool.
Pros: it was awesome to free up the hard drive space with duplicate files. CCleaner Duplicate Finder tool will not allow a "select all" for a mass deletion of duplicate files, which allows careful review of what of would be deleted making sure you don't lose anything important. In my case I did have some duplicate picture files (which are intentional) and I did not want to delete the duplicates.
Cons: for me is not having the expertise to know what duplicate file to delete that "might be" critical to software or system operation. Thus the sample I have above for verification. (Note, IMO this con for me is not the burden of CCleaner)
I have concluded in my personal case, if I don't know what a duplicate file is, and I am not able to make a copy for a test like John has directed, leave it alone or post here in BC.
Again, John, thank you for reviewing the sample above.
An aside: @britechguy, if you read this thread, I really appreciate you pointing out this CCleaner tool. My (small) hard drive was in the red zone, once I safely deleted all of the Temp Desktop Shortcut files, my hard drive is back in the "blue zone" which is awesome!