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  • By then she was using the name Hedda Hopper and had made several trips to work in Hollywood.

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  • Out loud: "'Lesson number one: call Hedda Hopper in advance.

    White Jazz

  • (Broadway's Urban Cowboy, The Times They Are A-Changin ') as "Hedda Hopper," Eddie Korbich Featured Content

  • Others in Hollywood disliked Hedda Hopper because she was a political and moral conservative with libertarian leanings; an anticommunist who didn't like FDR or the welfare state or left-wing actors like Charlie Chaplin.

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  • I liked Louella Parsons and when I got to know Hedda Hopper, I liked her as well.

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  • Mr. Epstein touches on Hollywood's Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons, who weren't so much gossips as shills for the studios.

    Boulevardier's Delight

  • Mimi Ritzen Crawford for The Wall Street Journal Nichelle Nichols As even an embalmed Hedda Hopper could sniff out, this was, of course, a well-orchestrated opportunity to trot out Ms. White and her co-stars Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves, Valerie Bertinelli on the eve of the premiere of the second season of "Hot in Cleveland," their well-received throwback of a sitcom.

    White's Hot Birthday Bash

  • NBC Universal, Inc. Carmen Miranda, right, with Hedda Hopper, the powerful, opinionated Hollywood gossip columnist.

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  • Known as a child to Hollywood's great gossip, Hedda Hopper, the London-born star had an instinct for feeding the media beast, at a time when the now world-conquering celebrity culture was still the exclusive preserve of tinsel town.

    In praise of ... Elizabeth Taylor | Editorial

  • The author's curled-lip book dedication tells you what Ms. Frost thinks of her subject: "For my Mother Ann B. Frost, who — thank goodness — was nothing like Hedda Hopper either personally or politically."

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  • "1890-1966. American actress and journalist noted for her syndicated Hollywood gossip column (1938-1966) and her large collection of exotic hats."

    - The American Heritage Dictionary

    August 11, 2010