Knowledge Identifier: +Miriam_Hopkins
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1902.
Countries: United States (67%), France (7%), United Kingdom (7%)
Linked to: Goddard College, Syracuse University, Paramount Pictures, Democratic Party
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
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
In Mitchell Leisen's 1951's screwball comedy "The Mating Season", she gave a comic performance as Gene Tierney's character's mother