HEDDA HOPPER (1885 - 1966) Gossip columnist and mother of William Hopper (Paul Drake in "Perry Mason")

HEDDA HOPPER (1885 - 1966) Gossip columnist and mother of William Hopper (Paul Drake in "Perry Mason")

Who knew better than Hedda Hopper the value of an eye-popping look?

Hedda Hopper Bold Brand of Fashion

Synonymous with fabulous hats: The gossip columnist of the Golden Age of Hollywood: Hedda Hopper snuggling up with a few of her hats.

Synonymous with fabulous hats: The gossip columnist of the Golden Age of Hollywood: Hedda Hopper snuggling up with a few of her hats.

Gossip queen: Hedda Hopper was the Hollywood gossip columnist whose revelations, whether true or false, enraptured tens of millions of Americans

How gossip queen Hedda Hopper could bury careers with a swipe of a pen

Gossip queen: Hedda Hopper was the Hollywood gossip columnist whose revelations, whether true or false, enraptured tens of millions of Americans

Hedda Hopper, (1885-1966), began acting in silent movies in 1915. Her motion picture debut was in 'The Battle of Hearts' (1916) with William Farnum. She appeared in more than 120 movies over the following twenty-three years, usually portraying society women. After her movie career waned she began her gossip column - "Hedda Hopper's Hollywood" in 1938.

Hedda Hopper, (1885-1966), began acting in silent movies in 1915. Her motion picture debut was in 'The Battle of Hearts' (1916) with William Farnum. She appeared in more than 120 movies over the following twenty-three years, usually portraying society women. After her movie career waned she began her gossip column - "Hedda Hopper's Hollywood" in 1938.

Pinterest
Search