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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Phyllis R. Hernandez | @ | url
Dear Francesca,
Remember me? First through sixth grade at the Villa. I remember, we girls would be so excited that your Grandmother would come to our plays. And, I thought it was really great that you got to meet the BeaTles! We made our first communion together.
I was doing some research on Mother Cabrini and up pops this website. Which is quite coincidental in that I recently watched (just 4 days ago or so), Key Largo with my son. (school assignment) I have often wondered what happened to you. And wow! Here you are on the web. Amazing! So, it is wonderful to think that you are somewhere reading this message. By the way, from the looks of your picture, life has been good to you. If you'd care to write to me privately, please do so.
Take care!
Please visit
29 March 2005 - Mission Hills, CA

Response:   Dear Phyllis,
I will contact you via Operation Smile.

Thank you for the nice memories.
I remember you also.


Phil | @ | url
Did Eddie ever really say 'you dirty rat' and if he did which movie was this said in
23 March 2005 - Australia

Response:   Dear Phil,
We cannot give Eddie the credit for that one.
I believe it was James Cagney: "You dirty rat..". Maybe one of our web surfers can chime in with the film name...I can't recall it now.



(Webmistress, here. Even Cagney never actually said that exact line, even though it is famous. Cagney came close in 1932's 'Taxi': "Come out and take it, you dirty yellow-bellied rat or I'll give it to you through the door!")

Kathy Lane | @ | url
Edward G Robinson was one of the greatest actors that have hit the screen. I am and always have been a fan of his. My question : Whom did he enjoy working with? Who was his favorite actor to watch?
21 March 2005 - Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania

Response:   Dear Kathy,
He enjoyed working with many of his co-stars. Barbara Stanwyck, Charlton Heston, Karl Malden, Marlene Dietrich come to mind.
Laurence Olivier, Maggie Smith, Richard Burton and Julie Andrews top the list of actors he liked to watch.



You may not want to order from 'Robert's Hard To Find Videos.' I have never received an order I placed there, despite assurances that the item was 'in-stock.'
18 March 2005

Robert Beck | @ | url
Francesca, hello...I believe I can document the answer to this trivia question; HOW MANY TIMES DID EDWARD G. ROBINSON APPEAR PROFESSIONALLY WITH HUMPHREY BOGART? The two were on Broadway at the same time in different plays from the 1920's, and Bogart died in 1957, which gives a thirty-year-plus range of collaboration. I believe the answer I have is accurate; however there could be other undocumented professional appearances they shared...Good luck.
13 March 2005 - St. Louis, Missouri

Response:   Dear Bob,
I hope you got your answer.

Good Luck!


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