Edward g robinson

Explore the iconic films and unforgettable performances of Edward G. Robinson, one of Hollywood's greatest actors. Discover the timeless charm and talent of this legendary star.
Vintage: Little Caesar (1931) | MONOVISIONS Films, Los Angeles, Robinson, Leroy, Jane Russell, Edward G Robinson, Noir Movie, Jackson, Golden Age Of Hollywood

Little Caesar released at the very beginning of 1931, was the first gangster “talkie” to truly capture that public’s fascination with a genre that has never really gone out of vogue since. The template for the classic gangster film is generally the rise and fall of the criminal and “Little Caesar” sticks to that script

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https://flic.kr/p/QTkmJU | Edward G. Robinson | Yugoslavian postcard by Sedmo Silo / IOM, Beograd.  Romanian-born American actor Edward G. Robinson (1893–1973) was a popular star on stage, radio and screen during Hollywood's Golden Age. He appeared in 40 Broadway plays and 101 films during a 50-year career, and is best remembered for his cold-eyed Machiavellian gangster roles, such as his star-making film Little Caesar (1931) and Key Largo (1948). Robinson's character portrayals have covered... York, Angeles, The One, People, Acting Career, Career, Acting, Training And Development, Audition

Yugoslavian postcard by Sedma Sila. Photo: IOM, Beograd. Romanian-born American actor Edward G. Robinson (1893–1973) was a popular star on stage, radio and screen during Hollywood's Golden Age. He appeared in 40 Broadway plays and 101 films during a 50-year career, and is best remembered for his cold-eyed Machiavellian gangster roles, such as his star-making film Little Caesar (1931) and Key Largo (1948). Robinson's character portrayals have covered a wide range, with such roles as an…

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German postcard by Edition Cicero, no. 150.12. Photo: Elmer Fryer, 1932 / The Kobal Collection / New Eyes GmbH. Romanian-born American actor Edward G. Robinson (1893–1973) was a popular star on stage, radio and screen during Hollywood's Golden Age. He appeared in 40 Broadway plays and 101 films during a 50-year career, and is best remembered for his cold-eyed Machiavellian gangster roles, such as his star-making film Little Caesar (1931) and Key Largo (1948). Robinson's character portrayals…

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