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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Thomas Newman
Where is the Edward G. Robinson star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
3 June 2006 - Pasadena, CA

bob beck | @
To Bill Kirby: I've been a lifelong fan of Robinson, wrote a book about him in 2002, and was delighted to visit L.A. last year, an invited guest of Francesca Robinson Sanchez, to speak at the film festival in his honor at California State University, Northridge. While I have the public facts on his career, it is Francesca, who was privileged to know and love him as his only granddaughter. Thanks for your kind words.
28 May 2006 - st. louis

Bill Kirby
To Bob Beck,
You seem to know more about Edddie than anybody living, how is it that you became interested in this great star?
And do you ever speak on the subject?
You seem to have a unique insight that no one else has.More knowledge.
28 May 2006 - Toledo, ohio

Bob Beck | @
Response to some recent questions. Frank Hendricks: SMART MONEY or TWO SECONDS could be the film you're looking for. In the first, he has a definite thing for blondes. They and I AM THE LAW are all available, not lost films. *** Sara B.: Robinson always named the medical biography, DR. EHRLICH'S MAGIC BULLET, as his favorite -- far afield from his gangsters. *** Kathy Simms: Art collection was sold shortly after Robinson's death for approximately $5 million to industrialist Armand Hammer of Occidental Petroleum Company. *** Tom N.: Robinson and Bogart starred in five films: BULLETS OR BALLOTS (1936), KID GALAHAD (1937), THE AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE (1938), BROTHER ORCHID (1940), and KEY LARGO (1948). They were also often on the radio and did live performances together. *** Finally, to Francesca: Last night I attended a 90-minute performance of THE TEN COMMANDMENTS -- LIVE, an original spoof of the 1956 epic. Our local reviewer called the actor appearing as Dathan "dead on" in his impersonation. It was an entertaining show, and the audience seemed to enjoy it, particularly when Dathan punctuated some lines with a memorable but anachronistic "Nyaaaah!" Hope you and Adam are well. -- Bob
27 May 2006 -

Kathy Simms


Did EGR keep his art collection?
Do you still have it? I heard it was glorious.I read all my yesterdays.
27 May 2006 - Chicago, Illinois

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