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.

Add a message | Eddie home page |
233 messages
Previous 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 47 Next
Viewing messages 86 to 90.
Frank A. Hendricks | @
Why can't I get thru to you? I hit continue and it always says session timed out!! I'm not THAT slow of a typist!!
30 April 2006 - Portland, Oregon

Robert Beck | @
Re Philip Reihl's inquiry about the plot of a film with plants watered with blood: very sorry, but I'd bet it hasn't anything to do with Edward G. Robinson; so I'm stumped. As you pointed out in an earlier message, Francesca, EGR's only science fiction film was SOYLENT GREEN, his final one (unless one counts NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES (1948) and FLESH AND FANTASY (1943), but of course, they're more occult-themed. All the best! --Bob
22 April 2006 - St. Louis

Jim Robinson | @
I have a large autographed photo of Gladys Robinson from the 1930's with an inscription to Janet & Pechie, do you happen to know who they are?
I am a great fan of your grandfather.
Thank You.
21 April 2006 - Valley Center CA

philip riehl | @
Please tell me the name of the movie that has blood drawn from house maids and uses it for watering the plants the next day, at the end of the movie the house burns down thank you
15 April 2006 - cleveland ohio

Response:   Dear Philip,

I have heard of the benefits of blood donations but...really!!!
Maybe our resident expert Bob Beck can elaborate..I have not heard of this plot. (Pardon the pun)

Drip, drip, drip,


Bob Beck | @
Re Michael Sorbera's inquiry about the silent films of EGR, ARMS AND THE WOMAN is lost; only a still survives, and without it, showing EGR as a bit player, the film wouldn't be known as one of his. THE BRIGHT SHAWL survives; it played at the Lillian and Dorothy Gish (annual) Film Festival in Massilon, Ohio, (the Gish birthplace) in 2003. An excellent print and fine film! (Dorothy Gish was one of the female leads.)
25 March 2006 - St. Louis

Response:   Dear Bob,

You continue to amaze with the wealth of your knowledge concerning my grandfather's career..

Warm Regards,


Previous 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 47 Next

- -