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Dolores Hope (1909–2011)

Dolores Hope was born on May 27, 1909 in Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA as Dolores DeFina. She is known for her work on Soup for Nuts (1934), There Were Times, Dear (1985) and The Christophers (1952). She was married to Bob Hope. She died on September 19, 2011 in Toluca Lake, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Soup for Nuts
Soup for Nuts Singer
There Were Times, Dear
There Were Times, Dear Miscellaneous Crew
The Christophers


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 1979 Tweet's Ladies of Pasadena
Dolores Hope on Parade (uncredited)
 1934 Soup for Nuts (Short)
Singer (as Dolores Reade)
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In 1993, she took some time to do something for herself and for her fans - she recorded her first album "Now and Then". Other albums followed, "Somewhere In Time - songs of World War II", "Hopes for the Holidays" with Bob, "That's Love" and "Young at Heart" dedicated to Bob. In 2002, she started preparations for a sixth album. See more »

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Dolores Reade

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Personal Quote:

[Interview, 1982] My father died when I was very young, and there was just my mother, my sister, and me. Were we a needy family? I always like what General Eisenhower said: 'We were poor and didn't know it.'


Was a friend of Maria von Trapp. See more »

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