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Edward G. Robinson

Edward G. RobinsonAKA Emanuel Goldenberg

Born: 12-Dec-1893
Birthplace: Bucharest, Romania
Died: 26-Jan-1973
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified
Remains: Buried, Beth El Cemetery, Queens, NY

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Key Largo

Father: Morris Goldenberg
Mother: Sarah
Wife: Gladys Lloyd (m. 21-Jan-1927, div. 1956, d. 6-Jun-1971, one son)
Son: Edward G. Robinson, Jr. ("Emanuel", b. 19-Mar-1933, d. 26-Feb-1974)
Wife: Jane Bodenheimer (m. 16-Jan-1958, until his death, d. 1991)

    High School: Townsend Harris High School, Queens, NY
    University: City College of New York (atended 1910-12)
    University: Columbia University (attended)
    University: American Academy of Dramatic Arts

    Hollywood Anti-Nazi League
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6235 Hollywood Blvd.
    Kentucky Colonel
    Oscar (honorary) 1973
    Endorsement of American Tobacco Company Lucky Strike cigarettes

    Soylent Green (19-Apr-1973) · Sol Roth
    Song of Norway (4-Nov-1970)
    The Old Man Who Cried Wolf (13-Oct-1970)
    Mackenna's Gold (18-Mar-1969) · Old Adams
    Never a Dull Moment (26-Jun-1968)
    The Biggest Bundle of Them All (17-Jan-1968)
    Operation St. Peter's (29-Dec-1967)
    Grand Slam (28-Sep-1967)
    The Cincinnati Kid (15-Oct-1965) · Lancey Howard
    The Outrage (7-Oct-1964) · Con Man
    Cheyenne Autumn (3-Oct-1964) · Secretary of the Interior
    Good Neighbor Sam (22-Jul-1964) · Simon Nurdlinger
    The Prize (25-Dec-1963) · Dr. Max Stratman
    A Boy Ten Feet Tall (Jul-1963)
    Two Weeks in Another Town (17-Aug-1962) · Maurice Kruger
    My Geisha (12-Feb-1962)
    Pepe (21-Dec-1960) · Himself
    Seven Thieves (11-Mar-1960) · Theo Wilkins
    A Hole in the Head (15-Jul-1959) · Mario Manetta
    The Ten Commandments (5-Oct-1956)
    Nightmare (11-May-1956)
    Illegal (28-Oct-1955) · Victor Scott
    A Bullet for Joey (15-Apr-1955) · Insp. Raoul Leduc
    Tight Spot (19-Mar-1955) · Lloyd Hallett
    The Violent Men (26-Jan-1955) · Lee Wilkison
    Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)
    Black Tuesday (31-Dec-1954)
    The Glass Web (11-Nov-1953)
    Big Leaguer (19-Aug-1953) · John B. (Hans) Lobert
    Vice Squad (31-Jul-1953)
    Actors and Sin (29-May-1952)
    House of Strangers (1-Jul-1949) · Gino Monetti
    Night Has a Thousand Eyes (13-Oct-1948)
    Key Largo (16-Jul-1948) · Johnny Rocco
    All My Sons (27-Mar-1948) · Joe Keller
    The Red House (16-Mar-1947) · Pete Morgan
    The Stranger (25-May-1946) · Insp. Wilson
    Scarlet Street (28-Dec-1945) · Christopher Cross
    Journey Together (1-Oct-1945)
    Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (6-Sep-1945) · Martinius Jacobson
    The Woman in the Window (26-Jan-1945) · Richard Wanley
    Double Indemnity (6-Sep-1944) · Barton Keyes
    Mr. Winkle Goes to War (19-Jul-1944) · Wilbert Winkle
    Tampico (5-Apr-1944)
    Flesh and Fantasy (29-Oct-1943)
    Destroyer (16-Aug-1943) · Steve Boleslavski
    Tales of Manhattan (5-Aug-1942)
    Larceny, Inc. (24-Apr-1942) · "Pressure" Maxwell
    Unholy Partners (Nov-1941)
    Manpower (9-Aug-1941) · Hank McHenry
    The Sea Wolf (21-Mar-1941)
    A Dispatch from Reuters (19-Oct-1940) · Julius Reuter
    Brother Orchid (7-Jun-1940)
    Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet (23-Feb-1940) · Dr. Paul Ehrlich
    Blackmail (8-Sep-1939)
    Confessions of a Nazi Spy (27-Apr-1939) · Edward Renard
    I Am the Law (25-Aug-1938) · John Lindsay
    The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (20-Jul-1938) · Dr. Clitterhouse
    A Slight Case of Murder (26-Feb-1938) · Remy Marco
    The Last Gangster (12-Nov-1937) · Joe Krozac
    Kid Galahad (26-May-1937) · Nick Donati
    Thunder in the City (13-Jan-1937) · Daniel Armstrong
    Bullets or Ballots (6-Jun-1936) · Johnny Blake
    Barbary Coast (13-Oct-1935) · Luis Chamalis
    The Whole Town's Talking (22-Feb-1935) · Arthur Ferguson Jones
    The Man with Two Faces (4-Aug-1934) · Damon Wells
    Dark Hazard (3-Feb-1934) · Jim "Buck" Turner
    I Loved a Woman (22-Sep-1933) · John Hayden
    The Little Giant (14-Apr-1933) · Bugs Ahearn
    Silver Dollar (1-Dec-1932) · Yates Martin
    Tiger Shark (22-Sep-1932)
    Two Seconds (18-May-1932)
    The Hatchet Man (4-Feb-1932) · Wong Low Get
    Five Star Final (26-Sep-1931)
    Smart Money (11-Jul-1931) · Nick Venizelos
    Little Caesar (9-Jan-1931) · Little Caesar
    The Widow from Chicago (23-Nov-1930) · Dominic
    The Night Ride (12-Jan-1930)

Author of books:
All My Yesterdays: An Autobiography (1973, memoir, with Leonard Spigelgass)

Appears on postage stamps:
USA, Scott #3446 (33 cents, issued 24-Oct-2000)

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