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Little Cesar (1931)
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Edward G. Robinson arrived in the United States at age ten, and his family moved into New York`s Lower East Side. He took up acting while attending City College, abandoning plans to become a rabbi or lawyer. The American Academy of Dramatic Arts awarded him a scholarship, and he began work in stock, with his new name, in 1913. Broadway was two years later; he worked steadily there for 15 years. His work included "The Kibitzer", a comedy he co-wrote with Jo Swerling. His film debut was a small supporting part in the silent The Bright Shawl (1923), but it was with the coming of sound that he hit his stride. His stellar performance as snarling, murderous thug Rico Bandello in Little Caesar (1931)--all the more impressive since in real life Robinson was a sophisticated, cultured man with a passion for fine art--set the standard for movie gangsters, both for himself in many later films and for the industry. He portrayed the title character in several biographical works, such as Dr. Ehrlich`s Magic Bullet (1940) and A Dispatch from Reuter`s (1940). Psychological dramas included Flesh and Fantasy (1943), Double Indemnity (1944), The Woman in the Window (1944)and Scarlet Street (1945). Another notable gangster role was in Key Largo (1948). He was "absolved" of allegations of Communist affiliation after testifying as a friendly witness for the House Un-American Activities Committee during the McCarthy hysteria of the early 1950s. In 1956 he had to sell off his extensive art collection in a divorce settlement and also had to deal with a psychologically troubled son. In 1956 he returned to Broadway in "Middle of the Night". In 1973 he was awarded a special, posthumous Oscar for lifetime achievement.
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Edward G. Robinson (born Emanuel Goldenberg; December 12, 1893 – January 26, 1973) was a Romanian-born American actor. A popular star on stage and screen during Hollywood's Golden Age, he appeared in 40 Broadway plays and over 100 films during a 50-year career. He is best remembered for his tough-guy roles as a gangster, such as his star-making film Little Caesar, and Key Largo.
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passed away on 26th Jan 1973 aged 79. |||
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Edward G. Robinson passed away on 26th Jan 1973 aged 79.
Edward G. Robinson was previously married to Jane Robinson (1958 - 1973) and Gladys Lloyd (1927 - 1956).
He was also in relationships with Kathleen Hughes (1953), Barbara Stanwyck (1944) and Lupe Velez (1930).
Edward G. Robinson had a son named Edward Jr. , age 83.
Edward G. Robinson is a 79 year old Romanian Actor. Born Emmanuel Goldenberg on 12th December, 1893 in Bucharest, Romania, he is famous for Little Cesar (1931) in a career that spans 1913–1973. His zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
Edward G. Robinson was in 3 on-screen matchups, notably with Bette Davis in Kid Galahad (1937), Joan Bennett in Scarlet Street (1945) and Mary Astor in The Little Giant (1933).
Edward G. Robinson is a member of the following lists:
People from the Lower East Side,
Male actors from Bucharest and
Townsend Harris High School alumni.
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