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Miriam Hopkins was one of the great actresses of the silver screen and should be remembered for her acting range and abilities rather than her "problematic" relationship with Bette Davis. Watch her play the tragic victim in "Dr Jekyll" to the ambitious "Becky Sharp" to the modern (for the time) and liberated Gilda in "Design for Living". She could do it all and do it well. That's why she's my favorite actress. Yay Miriam!
A scene you must watch
Miriam Hopkins in Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was the most provacative and sexier roles in movie history. I know this is a strong statement but it was 1932! The way she teases you and shows a lot of skin for this era just blows me away. A great actress whose temper helped and hindered her career, I think she could bring out the HYDE in any man---fix me a tall one.
One of the Greats
Miriam Hopkins is a real standout amongst the great actresses of her era. Talented, beautiful, and spirited, I have truly enjoyed each movie I've seen her in so far and hope to come across more of her movies soon.
One of My Favorites
A great star of early 30s films and one of the most talented and versatile of the decade's superstars. Among her best 30s and 40s films: Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde The Smiling Lieutenant These Three Wise Girl The Story of Temple Drake Men Are Not Gods She Loves Me Not Trouble in Paradise The Old Maid Old Acquaintance Splendor Becky Sharp The Heiress