Treading the Boards #11


Edward G. Robinson as Pavel Fyodorovich Smerdyakov in a 1927 production of The Brothers Karamazov

6 comments:

justjack said...

Mah! See?


Mother of Mercy! Is this the end of Pavel Fyodorovich Smer-----

Dane said...

Until I saw the caption, I was sure it was Larry Storch.

Brooks said...

Everybody's favorite corrupt Egyptian... see?

Tempest said...

A great actor. And art collector.
Fondly remember in my youth watching him on TV in old movies and seeing him in Soylent Green in the theater.

Thanks for the entertainment.

Sol: There was a world, once, you punk.

Det. Thorn: Yes, so you keep telling me.

Sol: I was there. I can prove it.

Det. Thorn: I know, I know. When you were young, people were better.

Sol: Aw, nuts. People were always rotten. But the world 'was' beautiful!

Edward G. Robinson playing Sol in Soylent Green

Brooks said...

I liked him best in Double Indemnity.

STARTOONZ said...

Larceny,Inc.was my favorite of his work.