His death was attributed to natural causes. An early version of the gangster character , featured in the cartoon , shared his likeness. His second wife, also an actress, was Elaine M. Robinson was born as Emanuel Goldenberg to a -speaking family in , the son of Sarah née Guttman and Morris Goldenberg, a builder. Robinson made a third film with LeRoy, 1932 then did a melodrama directed by , 1932. In the 1940s, he built his own art gallery to house a growing collection.
Retrieved October 1, 2015 — via Newspapers. At Universal he was in and both 1930 , then he did 1931 at. He started purchasing art in the 1930s. Similar caricatures also appeared in , and. He went to Columbia for 1935 , a comedy directed by John Ford. He had been notified of the honor, but died two months before the award ceremony, so the award was accepted by his widow, Jane Robinson. Resting place Occupation Actor Spouse s Frances Chisholm 1952—1955; divorced Ruth Elaine Menold Conte 1963—1965, divorced Nan Elizabeth Morris 1970—1974, his death Children 2 Edward G.
The acting I do for free. Raoul Leduc 1955 as Lloyd Hallett 1955 as Lee Wilkison 1954 as Vincent Canelli 1954 1954 as Himself 1953 as Henry Hayes 1953 as John B 'Hans' Lobert 1953 as Capt. One of many actors who saw his career flourish in the new era rather than falter, he made only three films prior to 1930, but left his stage career that year and made 14 films between 1930 and 1932. Robinson 1942 as Avery L. Personal life Robinson and his son in a 1962 episode of.
In 1952, at age 19, Robinson eloped to Tijuana with the first of his three wives. Robinson was born in Bucharest, Romania in December 1893 and passed away in January 1973. In early July 1944, less than a month after the by Allied forces, Robinson traveled to Normandy to entertain the troops, becoming the first movie star to go there for the. In the early 1970s, Robinson's health declined due to his long battle with alcoholism. His death was attributed to natural causes. Paramount then cast him in a comedy, 1930.
Robinson, who was 40 years old, was found unconscious by his wife, Nan, in their West Hollywood home. Then years later voice actor has noted that the voice of character police chief is an impression of Robinson. He was listed as 24 on the list of greatest male stars of Classic American cinema by the American Film Institute. Robinson was teamed with in 1941 and in 1941. Robinson appeared for director as gangster Johnny Rocco in 1948 , the last of five films he made with and the only one in which Bogart did not play a supporting role. He went on to be in 1948 , and 1949. In 1958 he married Jane Bodenheimer, a dress designer professionally known as Jane Arden.
Robinson was played by in the 2015 film. Robinson received an Honorary for his work in the film industry, which was awarded two months after he died in 1973. The couple had one son, a. Robinson had been married and divorced twice previously. Accessed on Jan 10, 2013. Greylisting Robinson found it hard to get work after his blacklisting. Robinson when he would talk to his gangsters.
Robinson was originally cast in the role of Dr. The sitting around on the set is awful. He served in the during , but was never sent overseas. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 2012 p. Career Theatre He began his acting career in the in 1913 and made his debut in 1915. Robinson starred in several films including Double Indemnity, The Ten Commandments, and Soylent Green.
The Cinema of Edward G. In October 2000, Robinson's image was imprinted on a U. He lost a role in Bride of the Gorilla 1951 because he was accused of writing a bad check. Although he played a wide range of characters, he is best remembered for his roles as a gangster, most notably in his star-making film Little Caesar. Robinson reportedly went into debt to finance his art collection.
Robinson born Emanuel Goldenberg; December 12, 1893 — January 26, 1973 was a Romanian-born American actor. Robinson was a close friend and sometime lover of , and was the prototype for the character 'Eddie G. Robinson net worth: Edward G. Back at Warners he did 1936 then he went to Britain for 1937. . During his 50-year career Robinson appeared in more than 100 films and 40 Broadway plays. Please send reports of such problems to February 27, 1974, Page 42 The New York Times Archives Edward G.