Legendary actress, Miriam Hopkins, was born Ellen Miriam Hopkins on Oct 18, 1902 in Savannah, GA. Hopkins died at the age of 70 on Oct 9, 1972 in New York City, NY and was laid to rest in Oak City Cemetery in Bainbridge, Decatur County, GA.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although Hopkins was nominated for one Oscar, she never won a competitive Academy Award.
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She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television.
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Gilda Farrell: Oh, Max, people should not ask that question on their wedding night. It's either too late or too early.
Princess Anna: Papa, you may not realize it, but I'm desperate. I'm no longer responsible. I'm capable of anything. If you don't let me have my Lieutenant, do you know what I'm going to do?
King Adolf XV: What?
Princess Anna: I'm going to marry an American!
Charlotte Lovell: She thinks I can't understand her. She considers me an old maid.
Delia Lovell Ralston: My dear.
Charlotte Lovell: A ridiculous, narrow-minded old maid. What else can she ever think of me?
Delia Lovell Ralston: Poor Charlotte.
Charlotte Lovell: Oh, but you needn't pity me. Because she's really mine. If she considers me an old maid, it's because I've deliberately made myself one in her eyes. I've done it from the beginning so she wouldn't have the least suspicion. I've practised everything I've ever had to say to her, if it was important, so that I'd sound like an old maid aunt talking. Not her mother.
Delia Lovell Ralston: Well, after all, darling, there isn't anything important to say to her now. She has every attribute of a modern successful woman - she's healthy, she's young, she's gay, she's attractive...
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