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Dennis Hopper, 1967

Dennis Hopper came from Dodge City, Kansas and in his early days appeared in teleplays. Some of his first notable roles were in two James Dean films, Rebel Without a Cause (1955) and Giant (1956). These photographs were taken on December 14, 1967 for a “Vogue’s Own Boutique” feature, under the title, “Dennis Hopper is sharp as photographer, as actor, and as dresser – wow!” Here he’s wearing the jacket his wife Brooke Hayward had tailored for him in London. Just eighteen months later, Hopper’s watershed moment would come with the release of the road-movie cult classic Easy Rider (1969), an anthem for youth rebellion, which he wrote, directed, and appeared in with Peter Fonda and Jack Nicholson.