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Edward G. Robinson, Jr.
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Actor
    (March 19, 1933-February 26, 1974)
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Son of Edward G. Robinson
    Appeared in the films ‘Invasion U.S.A.’ (1952), ‘Screaming Eagles’ (1956) ‘Tank Battalion’ (1958), and ‘Some Like It Hot’ (1959)
    In her will, his mother only left him a tea set, a baby chair, and a painting of him ‘because of his unbearable conduct toward me.’
    He was expelled from multiple schools.
    He was married three times, divorced twice.
    He racked up multiple arrests for driving under the influence and being drunk and disorderly.
    He was charged with the armed robbery of two cab drivers (1954).
    He pioneered the child-of-a-celebrity tell-all with his memoir, ‘My Father – My Son.’ (1958)
    He undermined his health through abusing alcohol, dying barely a year after his father.
    He was acquitted on the armed robbery charges.
    He was a good friend (and occasional lover) of Marilyn Monroe.
    In his posthumously published autobiography, his father admitted to having been ‘cold and disciplinary’ as a parent.
    After he eloped to Tijuana with his first wife, his father threw him out of the house and cut off his weekly allowance.

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