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Edward G. Robinson

Edward G. Robinson

Birthdate: December 12, 1893

Deathdate: January 26, 1973

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Edward G. Robinson (born Emanuel Goldenberg; December 12, 1893 – January 26, 1973) was a Romanian-born American actor. Although he played a wide range of characters, he is best remembered for his roles as a gangster, most notably in his star-making film Little Caesar. Description above from the Wikipedia article Edward G. Robinson, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of cont... ...detailed bio


Soylent Green (1973)

In 2022, with 40 million people in New York City alone, housing is dilapidated and overcrowded; homeless people fill the streets and food is scarce; and most of the population survives on rations produced by the Soylent Corporation, whose newest product is Soylent Green, a green wafer advertised ...

Mackenna's Gold (1969)

An old legend tells of a fortune in gold hidden in the "Cañon del Oro," guarded by the Apache spirits. Along with several others, a man named Adams found it when he was a young man, only to have the Indians capture and blind him, leaving him stranded in the desert after killing his companions. Ye...

Never a Dull Moment (1968)

Second-rate actor Jack Albany (Dick Van Dyke) finds himself mistaken for fiendish killer Ace Williams and whisked off to master gangster Leo Smooth's (Edward G. Robinson) fortified mansion. He is forced to continue with the charade what with all the rough-looking hoods around, even when he finds ...

The Biggest Bundle of Them All (1968)

The Biggest Bundle of Them All is a 1968 American crime film set in Naples, Italy. The story is about a mobster and a novice gang of crooks who team up to steal $5 million worth of platinum ingots from a train. The film stars Robert Wagner and Raquel Welch and was directed by Ken Annakin.

Grand Slam (1967)

A seemingly mild-mannered teacher, Professor James Anders, is an American working in Rio De Janeiro. Bored with years of teaching, Anders decides to put together a team to pull off a diamond heist during the Rio Carnival in Brazil. A team of four international experts is brought together to carry...

Operazione San Pietro (1967)

Operazione San Pietro (internationally released as Operation St. Peter's) is a 1967 Italian comedy film directed by Lucio Fulci. Beginning with the title, the film consists in a sort of unofficial sequel of Operazione San Gennaro, a successful heist-comedy film that Dino Risi had filmed the previ...

The Cincinnati Kid (1965)

Eric Stoner, nicknamed "The Kid," is an up-and-coming poker player. He hears that Lancey Howard, a long-time master of the game nicknamed "The Man," is in town, and decides to take him on. The Kid's friend Shooter cautions him, reminding the Kid how he thought he was the best five-card stud playe...

The Outrage (1964)

A con man (Edward G. Robinson), a preacher (William Shatner), and a prospector (Howard Da Silva) meet in the late 1800s and recall the story of the recent scandalous murder of Colonel Wakefield (Lawrence Harvey), a Southern gentleman, and how the notorious bandit Juan Carrasco (Paul Newman) was t...

Robin and the Seven Hoods (1964)

"Big" Jim Stevens, undisputed boss of the Chicago underworld, gets an unexpected birthday present from his ambitious lieutenant, Guy Gisborne. Instead of a stripper popping out of the cake, Big Jim gets shot by all the guests. With the mob boss out of the way, Gisborne takes over. He orders all t...

Cheyenne Autumn (1964)

In 1878, chiefs Little Wolf (Ricardo Montalban) and Dull Knife (Gilbert Roland) lead over three hundred starved and weary Cheyenne from their reservation in the Oklahoma territory to their home in Wyoming. The government sees this as an act of rebellion, and the sympathetic Captain Thomas Archer ...

Good Neighbor Sam (1964)

Lemmon plays Sam Bissell, a hard-working advertising executive, with two young daughters and a loving wife, Min (Dorothy Provine). An extremely important client, Simon Nurdlinger (Edward G. Robinson), is considering taking his business elsewhere when he believes there are no "family men" working ...

Sammy Going South (1963)

Ten-year-old Sammy (Fergus McClelland) lives in Port Said, Egypt, with his parents. When they are killed in a bombing during the Suez Crisis, the boy flees the city in the ensuing panic. He sets out to reach his only living relative, an aunt who lives 5000 miles to the south in Durban, South Afri...

The Prize (1963)

The Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to Andrew Craig (Paul Newman), who seems to be more interested in women and drinking than writing. When he arrives in Stockholm for the award ceremony, he is delighted to find that the Swedish Foreign Department has sent the beautiful Inger Lisa Ande...

My Geisha (1962)

Paul Robaix (Montand), a famous director, wants to shoot a film in Japan inspired by Madama Butterfly. His wife, an actress named Lucy Dell (MacLaine), has been the leading lady in all of his greatest films, and she is more famous. He feels that she overshadows him and he would like to achieve su...

Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)

Once an established movie star, Jack Andrus has hit rock bottom. An alcoholic, he has been divorced by wife Carlotta, has barely survived a car crash and has spent three years in a sanitarium recovering from a nervous breakdown. Maurice Kruger, a film director who once was something of a mentor t...

Pepe (1960)

Mario Moreno ("Cantinflas") is Pepe, a hired hand, employed on a ranch. A boozing Hollywood director buys a white stallion that belongs to Pepe's boss. Pepe, determined to get the horse back (as he considers it his family), decides to take off to Hollywood. There he meets film stars including Jim...

Seven Thieves (1960)

A discredited expatriate American professor, Theo Wilkins (Edward G. Robinson), has called on a young protégé and sophisticated thief, Paul Mason (Rod Steiger), to come over from the US to the south of France and help him pull off one final heist. He has masterminded a caper to steal $4,000,000 i...

A Hole in the Head (1959)

Tony Manetta is a single father, a widower, raising 11-year-old son Ally while owning and operating a small Miami Beach hotel called the Garden of Eden. In debt, the rent is five months in the rears, Tony is given 48 hours by his landlord, Abe Diamond to raise a little more than $5,000 or else lo...

The Ten Commandments (1956)

The Egyptian Pharaoh (Ramesses I) has ordered the death of all firstborn Hebrew males, but a Hebrew woman ("Yoshebel") sets her infant son adrift on the Nile in order to save him. The infant is rescued from the Nile by an Egyptian princess ("Bithiah") who decides to adopt the boy even though her ...

Nightmare (1956)

New Orleans big band clarinetist Stan Grayson has a nightmare in which he sees himself in a mirrored room, killing a man. He awakens to find blood on himself, bruises on his neck, and a key from the dream in his hand. Grayson goes to his brother-in-law, police detective Rene Bressard, about the p...