Appeared (as "Gen. Porfirio Diaz") in "Juarez and Maximilian" on Broadway. Historical drama. Written by Franz Werfel
. Directed by Philip Moeller
. Guild Theatre: 11 Oct 1926-Nov 1926 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Charles Allais, Albert Bruning, Morris Carnovsky
(as "Riva-Palacio Canon Soria"), Harold Clurman
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[on Humphrey Bogart
] I always felt sorry for him -- sorry that he had imposed upon himself the character with which he had become identified.
Donated $100,000 to the United Service Organization (USO) during WW2. Like many celebrities, Robinson also pitched in at the Hollywood Canteen and, being multilingual (he reportedly spoke seven languages fluently), worked on broadcasts to countries occupied by the Nazis.
Unconventional, almost catfish-like mug