Hedda Hopper

Actress - USA
Born May 2, 1885 in Hollidaysburg, PA, US
Died February 1, 1966 in Hollywood, California, USA

Hedda Hopper was born on May 2, 1885 in Hollidaysburg, PA, US. She was an American Actress, known for The Patsy (1964), Sunset Boulevard (1950), Don Juan (1926), Hedda Hopper's first movie on record is from 1916. Hedda Hopper died on February 1, 1966 in Hollywood, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1964.

Hedda Hopper Filmography [Auszug]
1964: [] The Patsy (Cast), Directed by Jerry Lewis, with Jerry Lewis, Ina Balin, Everett Sloane,
1950: [] Sunset Boulevard (Cast: Guest Star), Directed by Billy Wilder, with William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Erich von Stroheim,
1942: [/ /1] Reap the wild wind (Cast), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with John Merkyl, Susan Hayward, Mildred Harris,
1939: [////1] The women (Cast: Dolly), Directed by George Cukor, with Joan Fontaine, Mary Anderson, Norma Shearer,
1939: [03.24] Midnight (Cast: Stephanie), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche, John Barrymore,
1937: [] Nothing Sacred (Cast), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Carole Lombard, Fredric March, Charles Winniger,
1937: [////1] Topper (Cast), Directed by Norman Z. McLeod, with Constance Bennett, ,
1936: [////1] Dracula's Daughter (The Devil rides out, La fille de Dracula) (Cast), Directed by Lambert Hillyer, with Marguerite Churchill, Nan Grey, Gloria Holden,
1935: [08.15] Alice Adams (Cast: Mrs. Palmer), Directed by George Stevens, with Katharine Hepburn, Fred MacMurray, Evelyn Venable,
1935: [07/02] Lady Tubbs (Cast: Mrs. Ronald Ash-Orcutt ), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Alice Brady, Douglass Montgomery, Anita Louise,
1933: [07.12] Pilgrimage (Cast: Mrs. Worth), Directed by John Ford, with Henrietta Crosman, Heather Angel, Norman Foster,
1933: [/ /1] The barbarian (The Arab, Man of the Nile, A Night in Cairo) (Cast: Amerikanischer Tourist), Directed by Sam Wood, with Ramon Novarro, Edward Arnold, C. Aubrey Smith,
1933: [] Beauty for Sale (Beauty) (Cast: Madame Sonia Barton), Directed by Richard Boleslawski, with Madge Evans, Alice Brady, Otto Kruger,
1932: [/ /1] Downstairs (Cast: Gräfin), Directed by Monta Bell, with Virginia Bruce, Marion Lessing, Olga Baclanova,
1932: [] The Man who played God (Cast: Alice Chittendon), Directed by John G. Adolfi, with George Arliss, Violet Heming, Bette Davis,
1931: [07.24] The Common Law (Cast: Mrs. Claire Collis ), Directed by Paul L. Stein, with Constance Bennett, Joel McCrea, Lew Cody,
1931: [] West of Broadway (Cast: Mrs. Edith Trent), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with John Gilbert, El Brendel, Lois Moran,
1930: [] The easiest way (Cast: Clara Williams), Directed by Jack Conway, with Andy Shuford, J. Farrell MacDonald, Eizabeth Ann Keever,
1930: [] Murder Will Out (Cast), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Lila Lee, Jack Marshall, Noah Beery,
1929: [11.09] The Racketeer (Cast: Karen Lee), Directed by Howard Higgin, with Robert Armstrong, Carole Lombard, Roland Drew,
1929: [03.24] Girls Gone Wild (Cast: Mrs. Holworthy), Directed by Lewis Seiler, with Sue Carol, Nick Stuart, William Russell,
1928: [06.10] Green Grass Widows (Cast: Mrs. Worthing), Directed by Alfred Raboch, with , Gertrude Olmstead, John Harron,
1927: [08.12] Wings (Cast: Mrs. Powell), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Clara Bow, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Richard Arlen,
1927: [04.09] Matinee Ladies (Cast: Mrs. Aldrich), Directed by Byron Haskin, with May McAvoy, Malcolm McGregor,
1927: [03.06] Orchids and Ermine (Cast: The Modiste ), Directed by Alfred Santell, with Jack Mulhall, Sam Hardy, Gwen Lee,
1926: [08.06] Don Juan (Cast: Marchesia Rinaldo), Directed by Alan Crosland, with John Barrymore, Jane Winton, John Roche,
1926: [/ /1] The Cave Man (Cast), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with Clive Brook, Phyllis Haver,
1926: [04.18] Skinner's Dress Suit (Cast: Mrs. Colby), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Reginald Denny, Laura La Plante, Ben Hendricks jr.,
1926: [01.04] Dance Madness (Cast: Valentina ), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Conrad Nagel, , Douglas Gilmore,
1924: [09.03] Happiness (Cast: Mrs. Chrystal Pole), Directed by King Vidor, with Pat O'Malley, ,
1924: [09.01] Sinners in Silk (Cast: Mrs. Stevens), Directed by Hobart Henley, with Eleanor Boardman, Adolphe Menjou, Conrad Nagel,
1924: [] The Snob (Cast: Mrs. Leiter), Directed by Monta Bell, with John Gilbert, Norma Shearer, Conrad Nagel,
1924: [04.27] Miami (Cast: Mary Tate), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Betty Compson, Lawford Davidson,
1924: [03.03] Why Men Leave Home (Cast: Nina Neilson ), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Lewis Stone, Helene Chadwick, Mary Carr,
1924: [02.10] Gambling Wives (Cast: Madame Zoe ), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Marjorie Daw, Edward Earle, Lee Moran,
1923: [02.28] Has the World Gone Mad! (Cast: Mrs. Adams), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Robert Edeson, Vincent Coleman,
1922: [09.12] What's Wrong with the Women (Cast: Mrs. Neer (as Mrs. De Wolf Hopper)), Directed by Roy William Neill, with Wilton Lackaye, Constance Bennett, Montagu Love,
1922: [03.07] Sherlock Holmes (Moriarty) (Cast: Madge Larrabee), Directed by Albert Parker, with John Barrymore, Roland Young, Carol Dempster,
1921: [] Conceit (Cast), Directed by Burton George, with William B. Davidson, Lewis J. Selznick Productions, Inc.,
1920: [11.27] The New York Idea (Cast: Vida Phillimore), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with Alice Brady, Lowell Sherman,
1919: [10.26] The Isle of Conquest (By Right of Conquest (Working title), The Call of Nature (Working title), The Broken Barrier (Working title)) (Cast: Mrs. Harmon), Directed by Edward José, with Norma Talmadge, Wyndham Standing, Charles K. Gerrard,
1919: [05.19] The Third Degree (Cast: Mrs. Howard Jeffries Sr), Directed by Tom Terriss, with Alice Joyce, Gladden James, Anders Randolf,
1918: [12.29] Virtuous Wives (Cast: Irma Delabarre (AKA Mrs. DeWolf Hopper)), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Anita Stewart, Conway Tearle,
1918: [02.24] The Beloved Traitor (Cast: Myrna Bliss), Directed by William Worthington, with Mae Marsh, E.K. Lincoln,
1918: [02.00] By Right of Purchase (The Man Who Bought a Wife (Working title)) (Cast: Society Woman (/xx/) ), Directed by Charles Miller, with Norma Talmadge, Eugene O'Brien, Ida Darling,
1917: [11.18] Nearly Married (Cast: Hattie King ), Directed by Chester Withey, with Madge Kennedy, Frank M. Thomas, Mark Smith,
1917: [10.17] Seven Keys to Baldpate (Cast: Myra Thornhill (as Elda Furry)), Directed by Hugh Ford, with George M. Cohan, Anna Q. Nilsson,
1917: [08.05] The Food Gamblers (Cast: June Justice (as Elda Millar)), Directed by Albert Parker, with Wilfred Lucas, Mac Barnes,
1917: [06.24] Her Excellency, the Governor (Cast: SylviaMarlowe (as Elda Millar)), Directed by Albert Parker, with Wilfred Lucas, Joseph Kilgour,
1916: [05.21] The Battle of Hearts (Cast: Maida Rhodes (AKA Elda Furry)), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with William Farnum, Wheeler Oakman,

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