Place of Death
New York, New York
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The Smiling Lieutenant, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, The Story of Temple Drake, Trouble in Paradise, Design For Living, Becky Sharp, These Three, Barbary Coast, The Old Maid, Old Acquaintance, The Heiress, The Mating Game, Carrie, The Children's Hour
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Born in coastal Savannah, Georgia and brought up in the southwestern Georgia/Alabama border town of Bainbridge, Miriam Hopkins spent most of her formative years with her maternal grandmother, a writer. She received her secondary education in Barre, Vermont and then Syracuse University. She went to New York City to become a ballet dancer, but instead gravitated towards Broadway revues and vaudeville instead. After several years on the stage as a successful Broadway actress, she joined Paramount in 1930 and became one of Hollywood`s top-ranking stars of that decade. She returned to the stage as her movie career slowed in the 40s. During the 50s & 60s she added television to her repertoire, guesting on dramatic series, including "Route 66" & "The Outer Limits". She died from a heart attack in 1972.
Goddard Seminary, Plainfield, VT
Full Name at Birth
Ellen Miriam Hopkins
Ginger, Loretta and Irene Who? (george eels), The Paramount Pretties (james robert parrish), Hollywood Divas : The Good, The Bad, and The Fabulous  (James Robert Parish)
The Scarlett O'Hara War 
Michael Thomas Hopkins (adopted son) 1932–2010
Ellen Miriam Hopkins (October 18, 1902 – October 9, 1972) was an American film and TV actress known for her versatility. She first signed with Paramount in 1930, working with Ernst Lubitsch and Joel McCrea, among many others. Her long-running feud with Bette Davis was publicised for effect. Later she became a pioneer of TV drama. Hopkins was a distinguished Hollywood hostess, who moved in intellectual and creative circles.
Homer Ayres Hopkins
Ellen Dickinson Cutter Hopkins
Ruby Hopkins Welch, Katherine Hopkins (half-sister)
Dorothy Parker, Alan Campbell, Ward Moorehouse, Theodore Dreiser, H.C. Potter
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William Faulkner, Ben Wasson, Ernst Lubitsch, Fritz Lang, Austin Parker
Paramount Mamoulian & Lubitsch pre-codes & Wyler classics
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Miriam Hopkins died on 9th October, 1972. Her last relationship was with Raymond B. Brock, they were married for 5 years.
During her life she was married to Raymond B. Brock from 1945 to 1951, Anatole Litvak from 1937 to 1939, Austin Parker from 1928 to 1932 and Brandon Peters from 1926 to 1928.
She also dated Rouben Mamoulian from 1934 to 1935, Bing Crosby in 1934, Franchot Tone in 1933, King Vidor in 1932, Maurice Chevalier in 1931, Robert Montgomery in 1925, Bennett Cerf in 1924, John Gilbert, Leland Hayward, Ernst Lubitsch, Fredric March, Fritz Lang and Herbert Marshall.
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