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Victoria Hopper (1909–2007)

Victoria Hopper was a popular film and stage actress who appeared in a dozen films between 1933 and 1948. She was a protégé of the director and producer Basil Dean and led a long stage career. Amongst the highlights of her screen career were the leading role in Lorna Doone (1934) and Laburnum Grove (1936). She died in January 2007 aged 97. See full bio »

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Lorna Doone
Lorna Doone Lorna Doone
The Constant Nymph
The Constant Nymph Tessa Sanger
Mozart Constance Mozart
Martine Martine


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 1949 My Mother Said (TV Movie)
Helen Bligh
 1948 Escape from Broadmoor (Short)
 1948 Men of Darkness (TV Movie)
Pierrette Bazire
 1947 Martine (TV Movie)
 1947 Musical Chairs (TV Movie)
Mary Preston
 1939 Magic (TV Movie)
Patricia Carleon
 1938 Cornelius (TV Movie)
 1938 London Wall (TV Movie)
Pat Milligan
 1938 Nine Till Six (TV Movie)
 1938 The Constant Nymph (TV Movie)
Tessa Sanger
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 2008 The Orange British Academy Film Awards (TV Movie documentary)
Herself - Memorial Tribute

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She acted in J.B. Priestley's play, "Johnson Over Jordan", at the New Theatre in London, England with Ralph Richardson, Edna Best and Albert Chevalier in the cast. Basil Dean was the director. Benjamin Britten was the musical director.

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Petite, blond leading lady in films for Associated Talking Pictures in the mid-1930's. First discovered during a production at the Webber-Douglas School production of the play "Martine" by Sidney Carroll, who moved the entire production to the Ambassadors Theatre (1933) London. It was after witnessing her performance in the title role that Ivor Novello recommended Victoria Hopper to Film and ... See more »

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