Vanity Fair - January 1933
Premium Photographic Print
By Anton Bruehl
Item #: 12500788951A
8" x 10" without border
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Published January 1, 1933
Edward G. Robinson was typecast as the crooked tough guy after appearing early in his career as a gangster in Little Caesar. Robinson's other gangster films included Smart Money with James Cagney, and Kid Galahad with Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart. His acting talent later won him more complex roles in psychological dramas such as Billy Wilder's Double Indemnity. Anton Bruehl's gloomy photograph of Robinson, half in shadow, ran in the January 1933 Vanity Fair.
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