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Miriam HopkinsLife and Films of a Hollywood Rebel$
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Allan R. Ellenberger

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780813174310

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813174310.001.0001

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“If I Had to Do It Over Again”

“If I Had to Do It Over Again”

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(p.264) 21 “If I Had to Do It Over Again”
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Miriam Hopkins
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Allan R. Ellenberger

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University Press of Kentucky
DOI:10.5810/kentucky/9780813174310.003.0022

Although in ill health, Hopkins is convinced to attend a film retrospective of Paramount’s sixtieth anniversary at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and a showing of The Story of Temple Drake. Also that month, she gives her last interview to historian and writer John Kobal. A few weeks later, she collapses in her hotel suite and is admitted to the Harkness Medical Center. Later, she returns to the Alrae Hotel, spending time with her sister, Ruby, and friend Becky Morehouse. She dies alone at the hotel, shortly before her seventieth birthday. The reactions from her friends and family are documented, recounting her funeral in New York and memorials in Bainbridge and Hollywood.

Keywords:   Miriam Hopkins, Paramount, Museum of Modern Art, Alrae, Becky Morehouse, John Kobal, Death, Memorials

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