From the office of Ms. Robinson-Sanchez:
Welcome.
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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Debra A. Jackson | @ | url
Night Has A Thousand Eyes - I'm trying to locate a copy of this film for my collection. Do you know where I can find it?
25 May 2005 - Corona, CA

Response:   Dear Debra,
This is a good question for our website fans, as well as webmistress.
Can somebody please help Debra with her
question...

Thank You,

Francesca
Webmistress: There are several different sellers offering "Night Has A Thousand Eyes" on video at ebay, for the next few days. Go to ebay.com and do a search on the title.

Mike | url
What did Edward G. Robinson think of 'method' acting? Did he respect Lee Strasberg's Actor's Studio?
23 May 2005 - Hollywood, Calif.

Response:   Dear Mike,
Eddie was a "classically" trained actor who studied on scholarship at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City.
Lee Strasberg acted with my grandfather in the "The Chief Thing" for the Theatre Guild in 1931.
Eddie also liked and respected Stella Adler and Sandy Meisner.

Francesca



Sue
Did Edward G. Robinson have a favorite movie? (Outside of his own)
Did he go and see movies often?
Sue
23 May 2005 - Omaha, Nebraska

Response:   Dear Sue,
He had many movies he enjoyed.
Especially, any film with Sir Lawrence Olivier..
"Othello" with Sir Lawrence and Dame Maggie Smith immediately comes to mind.
Also, "A Thousand Clowns" with Jason Robards. Another that I recall was:
"I Never Sang For My Father" with Melvyn Douglas and Gene Hackman.

These were some that he mentioned to me, personally. I'm sure there were many more throughout his life.

Francesca

Ben | url
Dear Francesca,
Having grown up in Los Angeles, I often wonder where some of the grand old stars hung out on their 'off' days.
What were some of Eddie's frequent haunts? Did he have many? Did he love Los Angeles? (Since many actors are sometimes nostalgic for New York..)
Thanks,
Ben
23 May 2005 - Los Angeles, California.

Response:   Dear Ben,
He loved both New York AND Los Angeles..
When he wasn't working he liked having lunch at the Hillcrest Country Club in West Los Angeles (where he was one of the original founding members-and played a mean game of gin rummy. Take that Cinncinati Kid!)) and Nate and Al's in Beverly Hills. He enjoyed attending classical music concerts at the Hollywood Bowl and the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion. Theatre was always on the agenda - from downtown to Century City. He also loved to drive out and visit my father in Malibu.
And of course, the museum and art gallery visits throughout Southern California.

He Loved LA!

Francesca

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22 May 2005 - Africa

Response:   Pray Tell What?

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