Edward G. Robinson

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)
Lowest Rated:
44% Robin and the Seven Hoods (1964)
Birthday:
Dec 12
Birthplace:
Bucharest, Romania
Bio:
Born Emmanuel Goldenberg, Edward G. Robinson was a stocky, forceful, zesty star of Hollywood films who was best known for his gangsters roles in the '30s. A "little giant" of the screen with a pug-dog face, drawling nasal voice, and a snarling expression, he was considered the quintessential…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Pulp Cinema
  • Actor
-- 2001
Hollywood Legends - Frank Sinatra & Edward G. Robinson
  • Actor
-- 2001
60% Behind the Planet of the Apes
  • Actor
-- 1998
Tintorera - Tiger Shark
  • Actor
-- 1978
71% Soylent Green
  • Sol Roth
-- 1973
Song of Norway
  • Krogstad
-- 1970
Operation Heartbeat
  • Actor
-- 1969
Never a Dull Moment
  • Leo Joseph Smooth
-- 1968
Grand Slam
  • Prof. James Anders
-- 1968
The Biggest Bundle of Them All
  • Prof.Samuels
-- 1968
MacKenna's Gold
  • Old Adams
-- 1968
85% The Cincinnati Kid
  • Lancey Howard
-- 1965
44% Robin and the Seven Hoods
  • Big Jim
-- 1964
The Outrage
  • Con Man
-- 1964
70% Cheyenne Autumn
  • Carl Schurz
-- 1964
Good Neighbor Sam
  • Simon Nurdlinger
-- 1964
The Prize
  • Dr. Max Stratman
-- 1963
Sammy Going South (A Boy Ten Feet Tall)
  • Cocky Wainwright
-- 1963
My Geisha
  • Sam Lewis
-- 1962
100% Two Weeks in Another Town
  • Maurice Kruger
-- 1962
Seven Thieves
  • Theo Wilkins
-- 1960
67% A Hole in the Head
  • Mario Manetta
-- 1959
91% The Ten Commandments
  • Dathan
-- 1956
Nightmare
  • Rene Bressard
-- 1956
A Bullet for Joey
  • Inspector Raoul Leduc
-- 1955
Hell on Frisco Bay
  • Victor Amato
-- 1955
Tight Spot
  • Lloyd Hallett
-- 1955
Violent Men
  • Lew Wilkison
-- 1955
Illegal
  • Victor Scott
-- 1955
Black Tuesday
  • Vincent Canelli
-- 1954
Big Leaguer
  • John B. "Hans" Lobert
-- 1953
The Glass Web
  • Henry Hayes
-- 1953
Actors and Sin
  • Maurice Tilayou
-- 1952
The Big Steal
  • Actor
-- 1949
80% House of Strangers
  • Gino Monetti
-- 1949
It's a Great Feeling
  • Himself
-- 1949
96% Key Largo
  • Johnny Rocco
-- 1948
Night Has a Thousand Eyes
  • John Triton
-- 1948
All My Sons
  • Joe Keller
-- 1948
80% The Red House
  • Pete Morgan
-- 1947
Journey Together
  • Dean McWilliams
-- 1946
95% The Stranger
  • Wilson
-- 1946
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes
  • Martinius Jacobson
-- 1945
100% Scarlet Street
  • Christopher Cross
-- 1945
Tampico
  • Capt. Bart Manson
-- 1944
96% Double Indemnity
  • Barton Keyes
-- 1944
100% The Woman in the Window
  • Prof. Richard Wanley
-- 1944
Mr. Winkle Goes to War
  • Wilbert George Winkle
-- 1944
Flesh And Fantasy
  • Marshall Tyler
-- 1943
Destroyer
  • Steve Boleslavski
-- 1943
Moscow Strikes Back
  • Actor
-- 1942
Larceny, Inc.
  • J. Chalmers "Pressure" Maxwell
-- 1942
Tales of Manhattan
  • Avery "Larry" L. Browne
-- 1942
Manpower
  • Hank McHenry
-- 1941
The Sea Wolf
  • Wolf Larsen
-- 1941
Brother Orchid
  • Little John Sarto
-- 1940
Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet
  • Dr. Paul Ehrlich
-- 1940
Confessions of a Nazi Spy
  • Ed Renard
-- 1939
I Am the Law
  • John Lindsay
-- 1938
A Slight Case of Murder
  • Remy Marco
-- 1938
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
  • Dr. Clitterhouse
-- 1938
Thunder in the City
  • Dan Armstrong
-- 1937
Kid Galahad
  • Nick Donati
-- 1937
The Last Gangster
  • Joe Krozak
-- 1937
Bullets or Ballots
  • Johnny Blake
-- 1936
100% The Barbary Coast
  • Louis Chamalis
-- 1935
100% The Whole Town's Talking (Passport to Fame)
  • Arthur Ferguson Jones
-- 1935
Dark Hazard
  • Jim Turner
-- 1934
The Man with Two Faces
  • Damon Wells
-- 1934
The Little Giant
  • James Francis "Bugs" Aheam
-- 1933
I Loved a Woman
  • John Hayden
-- 1933
Two Seconds
  • John Allen
-- 1932
The Hatchet Man
  • Actor
-- 1932
91% Five Star Final
  • Joseph Randall
-- 1931
Stolen Jools
  • Actor
-- 1931
Smart Money
  • Director
  • Nick "The Barber" Venizelos
-- 1931
90% Little Caesar
  • Rico Bandello
-- 1930
The Bright Shawl
  • Domingo Escobar
-- 1923

Edward G. Robinson Trivia

Two months after his death, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences awarded him an honorary Oscar for his lifetime contribution to cinema.His autobiography, All My Yesterdays,was also Published Posthumously in 1973.
- submitted by Tracey c (4 years ago)
He died of cancer in 1973, two weeks after completing his final film, the camp-horror classic Soy-lent Green, with Charlton Heston.
- submitted by Tracey c (4 years ago)

Quotes from Edward G. Robinson's Characters

    1. Rico Bandello: Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?
    From Little Caesar. Submitted by Dutch E (13 months ago)
    1. Rico Bandello: Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?
    From Little Caesar. Submitted by Dutch E (13 months ago)
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