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Clarence Aaron 'Tod' Robbins (1888–1949)

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In 1909 he caused a scandal in Brooklyn by eloping with Edith Norman Hyde. The marriage, which produced two sons, did not last long, and in 1914 they were divorced. Edith went on to win the first 'Miss America' title in 1919. See more trivia »

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 1932 Freaks (suggested by story: "Spurs" - as Tod Robbins)
 1930 The Unholy Three (from the book by - as Clarence Aaron Robbins)
 1928 The Branded Man (adaptation - as Tod Robbins) / (story - as Tod Robbins)
 1925 The Unholy Three (story - as Tod Robbins)
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 1994 Hoop Dreams (Documentary) (writer: "Washington & Lee Swing" - as C.A. Robbins)
 1986 Screen Two (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Hard Travelling (1986) ... (writer: "Washington & Lee Swing" - uncredited)
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Other Works:

Novel (as Clarence Aaron Robbins): "The Unholy Three" (filmed as The Unholy Three (1930), The Unholy Three (1925)) See more »

Alternate Names:

Clarence Aaron Robbins | Clarence Tod Robbins | Tod Robbins
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His grandfather, Aaron Robbins, was a successful merchant; his parents, Clarence and Eloise, were prominent members of New York society. See more »

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