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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sylvia byrd-stewart | @ | url
Dear Francesca,
yesterday in the day room i swore i saw your grandfather on the tv but they changed the channel so fast i wasnt sure. today i sat at the computer and someone had been looking at this website. things like this happen to me all the time. esther said your father was crazy and that you must be also due to your upbringing. ithink she said this before i saw you on the tv, but im not sure. im supposed to be crazy to but they want you to be so they make you. you have such a kind face like an angel and so does your grandfather. how old is your son?love him and never let him feel alone in the world.
i just wanted you to know that we are all part of the same matrix so he is never alone.
i love you and your grandpa.
05 August 2005 - the question is where am i going

Response:   Dear Sylvia,
We all wish we knew where we are going. But to know would take away from the journey..


Richard Butler | @ | url
Just wanted to say 'great site.' I have been collecting classic movie star t-shirts for the past several years and would love to buy a Edward G Robinson shirt!
On a sidebar, I was in Marseille back in the mid-1980s and saw a cool t-shirt of Maurice Chevalier that had his picture on the front (from Gigi or Fanny) and writing on the back (it was in french and I couldn't read it). Does anyone know what i'm talking about and where I could get one?
05 August 2005 - Wallace, Idaho

Response:   Dear Richard,
At this point you may purchase a poster, but we have not yet manufactured a t-shirt.
Maurice Chevalier was a good friend of Eddie and Gladys'. Besides being a great talent Mr. Chevalier was also a wonderful human being..
(Maybe the web-mistress knows of the t-shirt)



jack raymond | @ | url
Dear Francesa,
I had heard from a second cousin that your grandmother or step-grandmother was a native of and grew up in Fairfield, Iowa. My cousin said that she was in New York once and called to talk with her childhood friend.
Your grandfather answered the phone and upon hearing her request to speak to Mrs. Robinson, was informed that we do not know anyone from Fairfield, Iowa.
I have always been curious whether Gladys or Jane may have been from here. The date of birth would have been about
1902 or 1903. Thanks Jack
03 August 2005 - fairfield, iowa

Response:   Dear Jack,
My grandmother Gladys Lloyd Robinson was
born in New York. Jane Robinson Sidney was born in New York City.
Gladys was born before 1902. Jane was born in 1919.



Carolyn Campbell | @ | url
Dear Francesca,
A belated thank you for responding in early July to my query about photos of your grandparents at a gala art exhibition opening in the 1930s where Edward lent artworks from his significant collection. The staff at the Los Angeles Art Association will follow up with the Doheny library at USC in hopes of finding a photo for their 80th anniversary project which opens August 27 at the 825 Gallery on La Cienega in West Hollywood. I would like to extend a VIP invitation to you if you would be so kind as to send us a mailing address.
Best wishes,
01 August 2005 - Los Angeles

Response:   Dear Carolyn,
Thank you so much for the invitation. I plan on attending. I hope you were successful in your search. (I will reach you through your e-mail about details)

Thank You,


Sergio Martinucci | @ | url
Did your grandfather ever discuss his favorite role or picture? Did he ever discuss his co-stars?
01 August 2005 - Chicago

Response:   Dear Sergio,
He has stated that among his favorites were: "Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet" (1940 Warner Bros.) and "The Cincinnati Kid." (1965 MGM)
He loved Charleton Heston. They were very good friends. His best friend in the world was Sam Jaffe.

Thank you for your question,


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