Elizabeth Cooper (January 15, 1914—June 29, 1960) was a Scottish-Filipina film actress, vaudeville dancer, and singer. In addition to her movie career, Cooper was also known for being the mistress of General Douglas MacArthur.
Born in Manila, the Philippines, as Isabel Rosario Cooper, she was the recipient of the first on-screen kiss in a Filipino movie, Ang Tatlong Hambog (1926). In ... more »
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''Regularity and Decorum. 'Tis what we women-authors, in particular, have been thought greatly deficient in; and I should be concerned to find it an objection not to be removed.''Elizabeth Cooper (fl. 1730s), British playwright, anthologist. The Rival Widows; or, Fair Libertine, preface (1735).