Definition of Edward g. robinson
1. Noun. United States film actor noted for playing gangster roles (1893-1973).
Generic synonyms: Actor, Histrion, Player, Role Player, Thespian
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Literary usage of Edward g. robinson
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1. Annual Report by United States Civil Service Commission (1895)
"Thomas A. Dodd deposes that he remembers the occasion of a letter being delivered to him by edward g. robinson with the request to see whether the letter ..."
2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"An admirer of edward g. robinson, Mile. Reine always called me 'Little Caesar.' 'Hurry, hurry,' I said, gesticulating. ..."
3. The Drama and the Stage by Ludwig Lewisohn (1922)
"She beats against the invisible bars of her cage and we share the ache of her wounded heart and hands. Mr. edward g. robinson as Satin sulks and ..."
4. Florida: The Keys by Don Philpott (2002)
"... which was directed by John Huston and starred Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacali and edward g. robinson. Today it attracts tourists, divers and fishermen. ..."
5. Adventure Guide to the Florida Keys and Everglades National Park by Bruce Morris (2004)
"Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart and edward g. robinson probably brought more fame to Key Largo than Jimmy Buffet ever brought to ..."
6. Hollywood & the Best of Los Angeles Alive! by Robert White, Phyllis White (2002)
"Mary Pickford, Claudette Colbert, Bette Davis, Cesar Romero, edward g. robinson, HB Warner, Greta Garbo, Bing Crosby, Alan Hale. John Barrymore did some of ..."