All My Yesterdays: An Autobiography (with a sheet of USPS "Legends of Hollywood" stamps laid in)
Edward G. Robinson with Leonard Spigelgass

All My Yesterdays: An Autobiography (with a sheet of USPS "Legends of Hollywood" stamps laid in)

New York: Hawthorne, 1973. First edition First edition/ printing. Hardcover. 344 pp. with index and appendix of chronological list of dramatic appearances of Edward G. Robinson 1913-1971. Illustrated with photographs. Fine, with a gift inscription on the front free endpaper. on original dust jacket, good with a tape repair top edge as well as short tears to the head of the spine. Laid in is an unused full sheet of 33-cent USPS postage stamps from the "Legends of Hollywood" series issued in 2000 (Scott 3446). Autobiography of one of the greatest and most celebrated film stars of all time. Robinson (born Emanuel Goldenberg) emigrated with his family from Bucharest to New York City when he was 9-years old. His acting career started on the stage and afetr some 40 roles he became a Broadway star. Originally he disliked the movies but economic pressure forced him to go to Hollywood; he made one silent film then hit the jackpot when he was givin the starring role in "Little Ceasar". He became one of the most bankable stars over the coming years. In his private life, he was devoted to music and art and built a great collection of original paintings (and also painted his own pieces). A fascinating life in many regards--and after enjoying the book, you can always use the stamps for postage. Fine Hardcover (Item ID: E22810)

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