Young Dennis Hopper at Hollywood Italian restaurant (0012)
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Young Dennis Hopper at Hollywood Italian restaurant
Multi-faceted actor, director, producer and screen writer Dennis Hopper was often compared to James Dean. The pair were great friends and it was Dean who got Hopper his first screen break, eventually working together on "Rebel Without a Cause" (1955) and "Giant" (1956).
Hopper's 1970's marriage to Michelle Philips lasted less than a week and in 1971 he was arrested for partying stark naked in a Los Angeles park. he proved to be too off-beat for a mainstream audience, although he appeared in the film "The American Friend" (1977) and "Apocalypse Now" (1979).
Hopper cleaned up in 1980's and gave a remarkable performance as the psychotic Frank Booth in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet" (1986). He later played the volatile star Victor Drazen in the sensational television series "24".
Photograph is derived directly from the Estate of Frank Worth, accompanied with a sequentially numbered tamper proof holographic seal and with the Estate Seal of Frank Worth and a facsimile signature.
Framed prints are professionally framed by a leading framing company, with matt black framing 2" in width and a thick card inset mount. Unframed prints are delivered flat, never rolled.