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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Madeleine Rickardsson | @ | url
Hi! Thank for your info about your father. I did find a picture of him from a play when he was young.Hope you will understand my swedish-english is not that good.Anyway I´would like to buy that book he wrote.It,s no were to be found here.Is there anyone who could sell me this book? Please let me know...I really want it.I leave my e-mail and hope for the best.Lots of love from Madeleine.
03 November 2005 - Sweden

Response:   Dear Madeleine,
I am not aware of where it can be obtained. I know it's not readily available..



Mary | url
Dear Francesca,
Dr. Goldenberg's office was located on Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. He was friendly and kind. He smoked cigars and there was a leather couch in the office waiting room. I still have the address and telephone number. My sisters and I recall that he looked like Eddie. I would love to see a photo of him.
Best Regards, Mary
02 November 2005 - New York

Response:   Thanks Mary,
What a wonderful description! I can smell the cigar now. Someday you might see a photo of him on our site.

Warm Regards,


LEYLA | @ | url
Hi I'm not certain but i believe we are relatives Francesca, my grandmother has always told us that Edward G Robinson was her fathers brother, I would love to find out more, especially if we are truly related
29 October 2005 - London, England

Response:   Dear Leyla,
At this point, I have no independant knowledge of your grandmother being related. I would have to learn more.
But it is always interesting to see where the branches of a family tree will lead you.



Maria Berlo | @ | url
I would be interested to know if he ever went back to Romania. I assume he still had relatives there. Did he have fond memories of the time he spent there? Did he teach you any Romanian? Except his place of birth, his biography does not make any other reference to his roots, but being Jewish. Thank you for your time.
25 October 2005 - Canada

Response:   Dear Maria,
Eddie was invited to go back to Romania back in the late 1960's. He enjoyed the trip very much and was treated wonderfully by the Romanian people. Eddie was regarded as one of the most well-known and respected native sons from Romania.. He was honored by the Romanian Film Industry. They welcomed him with open arms.
The US government warned him, prior to leaving, to watch what he said around lightbulbs...The rooms were probably bugged.
He visited the house in which he grew up and the experience overall, was a very pleasant one.
I have no knowledge of any relatives living there at this point.
I learned but a few words in the Romanian. But Eddie always went on about the wonderful Romanian dishes his beloved mother cooked! And that the main Boulevard in Bucharest was like the Champs d'Elysee in Paris!

Yes, he loved his native land!


Ben Reeves
Went to the EGR Festival at CSUN last night..Saw 'Whole Town's Talking'..
Bob Beck and Connie Sawyer spoke.
Wonderful evening!
21 October 2005 - Canoga Park, CA

Response:   Dear Ben,
Wasn't it wonderful? We a good time also, and couldn't stop laughing at all the timeless comic moments in "The Whole Town's Talking". And very special thanks to our webmistress Julie, who recommended that we screen this particular film.
Great choice!


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