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  • John: I called Dennis Hopper and he couldn’t do it.

    Buzzine » John Travolta Interview

  • Old-man is a sadistic psycho who scarfs poppers before he kills (recalling Dennis Hopper in "Blue Velvet").

    Have A Heart, Hit Man

  • Hopper was due to arrive in Melbourne next week to oversee the installation of an exhibition called Dennis Hopper and the New Hollywood at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI).

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • "Dennis Hopper," a 1990 work exhibiting a hallucinatory, double-exposure effect, sold to another telephone bidder for $9,375 on a $4,000-6,000 estimate.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Nevertheless, the star is still full of opinions, loves to act and is melancholy about having to say goodbye to pals, such as Dennis Hopper, who died last year.

    USATODAY.com News

  • The Oscars paid tribute to Hollywood hell-raiser Dennis Hopper, belatedly welcoming him back like the prodigal son as part of its annual salute to the recently deceased.

    In memoriam: Academy pays tribute to Dennis Hopper at Oscars

  • This year, the festival will host a production of Mozart's "The Magic Flute"; married rock duo Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips, formerly of Luna, will play an original score to accompany projections of Andy Warhol's "Screen Tests," the artist's black-and-white silent film portraits of subjects including Dennis Hopper and Lou Reed.

    The Season in Classical and Jazz

  • Given his age, Nicholson may never find that love -- as he gets up there in age, he starts thinking more and more about death, especially after losing long time friend Dennis Hopper last year.

    Jack Nicholson Talks Dying, Wishing For Love

  • The pitch makes it sound like any other messed-up, drug-induced, third-rate, biker B-picture of the period – but who could have predicted the epic success of Dennis Hopper's Easy Rider?

    The charmed life of Bert Schneider

  • A low-budget picture directed by Jaglom, set during the Vietnam war, it starred Dennis Hopper as a military officer seemingly escorting a coffin to its destination, via passenger rail.

    The charmed life of Bert Schneider

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