From the office of Ms. Robinson-Sanchez:
Francesca has recently been involved in multiple projects that have taken up all her time.
She regrets not being able to respond to your posts as quickly as she would like.
She appreciates your patience, and in the near future will be answering all posts,
past and present.

Thank you all for your continuing support of Eddie and our site -- your participation in the Q&A board is truly appreciated.

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John Connor | @ | url
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is John Connor. You don't know me, but we met while as young children at the seaside house of your father Eddie Jr. and his lady friend Mary, in Malibu. That was in 1959, when your dad was filming 'Some Like It Hot,' one of my all-time favorite movies, of which of course I have the DVD.
My step father Rex Eagan was your father's attorney (a partner in the law offices of Jerry Giesler in Beverly Hills). Your dad had us attend many summer barbeques at the Malibu house and things were always lively and fun.
Unforunately I had only got to meet your grandfather one time.
Only by fortuity did I find your webite, and after navigating it, felt compelled to write you and say hi.
13 November 2005 - Laguna Niguel, CA

Response:   Dear John,

I do have faint memories of that day. My fondest recollections of my father were at the beach in Malibu. Some of my happiest moments. Rex was always very kind to me and my dad - and was also a BRILLIANT lawyer. It would be wonderful if we could speak soon. I would love to see you and your family.

With Kind Regards,


Sue Neuman | @ | url
Dear Francesca,
I see that you have several queries regarding relatives. Here is another one. My husband's great-grandmother Eva was Edward G. Robinson's aunt, his mother's sister. I have been trying to find her maiden name and information on the family. Her name was Eva. She married Abraham Shmiel in Rumania. The family moved to London and changed the name to Wiesenthal. Whe my husband's grandparents came to New York in 1905, they listed Cousin David Goldenberg as the place they would be staying. What were the names of the Goldenberg brothers and what do you know about your great-grandmother and her family?
I would really appreciate an answer from you.
12 November 2005 - Glen Mills, PA

Response:   Dear Sue,
Guttman was my grandfathers mothers maiden name. Sarah, my grandfather's mother, was one of ten children.
Many of her siblings died from illness.
As far as I know, I have not heard of a David Goldenberg in the family.
There were six brothers, including Eddie.
The brothers names were Jack, Oscar, Zach, Max and William.
Many generations of the family lived in Romania.

Thank You,


juan carlos | @ | url
Dear. Ms. Robinson, are there any future projects in the works about Mr G's bio, will like to see how hollywood honors this great giant.
10 November 2005 - belleville nj

Response:   Dear Juan,
There might be some projects in the near future.
Thank you for your question,


Pablo Ramos | @ | url
Dear Francesca,
It gave me such a wonderful pleasure to hear you speak after the viewing of 'Double Indemnity' (which if I may add, was such a great film) and to listen to your personal memoirs of your grandfather and how he was influencial not just professionally but, at a very deep personal level.
Also as a side note, WOW!!!! You hung out with the Beatles! What a blast to hear that the Fab Four were more in awe to meet your grandfather than he was of them. I hope someday we can sit and hear you talk more about that moment in time. I'm sure that must have been fun times for you.
I'm hooked now on Film Noirs because of you. In the evenings Louise and I will put on a movie and fall into a golden slummber but, the past couple of nights though, we watched The Stranger and Killer Bait and those have kept us up until the end. Any film that can do that has a special touch of film magic.
And finally, Thank you for introuducing me and my pal Jimmy to Mr. Delbert Mann, what a kind man he is and a legend in his own right, that is one of the best moments in my life all enjoy for the rest of my life.
07 November 2005 - Acton, Ca

Response:   Dear Pablo,
Thank you. One of the highlights of my life is knowing you and your wonderful family. I'm so happy you were able to share these enjoyable evenings with us.



Professor Robert Temple | @ | url
Dear Ms. Robinson-Sanchez, I am president of a Romanian cultural foundation and wish to communicate with you about your grandfather. Please let me know how to contact you directly. Thank you, Robert Temple
05 November 2005 - Prodan Romanian Cultural Foundation

Response:   Dear Robert,
It was truly a pleasure speaking with you recently.
Looking forward to communicating with you in the near future..



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