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Ernst Lubitsch
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Mrs. Leslie Carter
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Fredric March
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Paramount Pictures
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Frank Morgan
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Miriam Hopkins

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Miriam Hopkins

American actress known for her versatility in a wide variety of roles add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1902.

Countries: United States (67%), France (7%), United Kingdom (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Ernst Lubitsch, Design for Living (film), Mrs. Leslie Carter

Linked to: Goddard College, Syracuse University, Paramount Pictures, Democratic Party

 

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Miriam Hopkins was born in 1902 add something


1930

During the pre-code Hollywood era in the early 1930s, she appeared in such other films as "The Smiling Lieutenant", "The Story of Temple Drake" and "Design for Living", all of which were box office successes and critically acclaimed add something

 

In 1930, she signed with Paramount Pictures, and made her official film debut in "Fast and Loose" add something

 

Charles Starrett - In 1930 he played the romantic lead in "Fast and Loose", which featured Miriam Hopkins, Carole_Lombard and Frank Morgan


1931

Maurice Chevalier - In 1931, Chevalier starred in a musical called "The Smiling Lieutenant" with Claudette Colbert and Miriam Hopkins


1932

In 1932, Hopkins adopted a son, Michael Hopkins add something

 

Nevertheless her career ascended swiftly thereafter and in 1932 she scored her breakthrough in Ernst Lubitsch's "Trouble in Paradise", where she proved her charm and wit as a beautiful and jealous pickpocket add something

 

Trouble in Paradise (film) - "'Trouble in Paradise"' is a 1932 American Pre-Code romantic comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch, starring Miriam Hopkins, Kay_Francis, and Herbert Marshall and featuring Charles Ruggles and Edward Everett Horton


1933

Design for Living (film) - Lubitsch cast Paramount contract player Fredric March 1933 as Tom. According to the New York State Writers Institute website, a highlight of the film is the scene where, while struggling at his playwriting, he begs Miriam Hopkins, as Gilda, to smack him between the shoulder blades

 

Design for Living (film) - "'Design for Living"' is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film produced and directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Fredric March 1933 , Gary Cooper, and Miriam Hopkins


1935

Howard Hawks - In 1935 Hawks made Barbary Coast with Edward G. Robinson and Miriam Hopkins.

 

Mrs. Leslie Carter - She retired to California but returned to the screen twice in 1935, first as George F. Marion's wife in the Zane Grey western "The Rocky Mountain Mystery" and playing a small role in the Technicolor film "Becky Sharp", starring Miriam Hopkins


1939

Bette Davis - Miss Davis' breathtaking performances were largely responsible for the next three box office sensations of 1939, "The Old Maid" with Miriam Hopkins, "Juarez" with Paul Muni and "The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex" with Errol Flynn


1940

Mrs. Leslie Carter - A typically romanticized and inaccurate Hollywood biopic, "Lady with Red Hair", starring Miriam Hopkins, with Claude Rains as David Belasco was released in 1940


1951

In Mitchell Leisen's 1951's screwball comedy "The Mating Season", she gave a comic performance as Gene Tierney's character's mother add something


Miriam Hopkins died in 1972 add something