Miriam Hopkins on moving to Hollywood


Miriam Hopkins on moving to Hollywood



“I didn’t want to go to Hollywood. I had no desire to go. But I was under contract. And when I signed a two-year contract with Paramount, through Walter Wanger, he said: ‘You won’t have to go because I have the studio, you’ll make any films here (New York), you know.’ But they decided to close the Astoria studio. So with the equipment, the cameras, the electrical light bulbs and so forth, I was shipped to California. I had to go.”



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