Harold Robbins

Harold Robbins
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  • Harold Robbins — (May 21, 1916 ndash; October 14, 1997) was an American author. Robbins, born Harold Rubin in New York City, claimed to be a Jewish orphan raised in a Catholic boys home; actually, he was the son of well educated Russian and Polish immigrants.… …   Wikipedia

  • Harold Robbins — (* 21. Mai 1916 in New York als Harold Rubin; † 14. Oktober 1997 in Palm Springs, Kalifornien) war ein US amerikanischer Schriftsteller. Leben Robbins war ein Sohn russischer und polnischer Einwanderer. Nach Abschluss der High School arbeitete… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Harold Robbins — [Harold Robbins] (1916–97) a US author of popular novels that contain a lot of sex and violence. More than 50 million copies of his books were sold and many of them were made into films. The best known is The Carpetbaggers (1961), which sold more …   Useful english dictionary

  • Harold Robbins — Francis Kane o Harold Rubin, más conocido por su pseudónimo Harold Robbins (Nueva York, 21 de mayo de 1916 14 de octubre de 1997), fue un escritor estadounidense de literatura popular, autor de 25 best sellers que vendieron 750 millones de copias …   Wikipedia Español

  • Harold Robbins — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Robbins. Harold Robbins (21 mai 1916 14 octobre 1997) était un écrivain américain. Né à New York, il a passé son enfance dans un orphelinat. Éduqué à l école secondaire George Washington, il occupa plusieurs… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Harold Robbins' The Survivors — The Survivors was a prime time soap opera aired by the ABC television network as part of its Fall 1969 lineup.This program is probably most noted now for having been the only appearance as a regular series character of major Hollywood actress… …   Wikipedia

  • Robbins — can be:Places in the United States* Robbins, California, a town in Sutter County * Robbins, Illinois, a village in Cook County * Robbins, North Carolina, a city in Moore County * Bernie Robbins Stadium, Atlantic City, New JerseyThings* Baskin… …   Wikipedia

  • Robbins — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Alexandra Robbins (* 1976), US amerikanischer Journalistin und Autorin Andrea Robbins (* 1963), US amerikanische Fotografin Anthony Robbins (* 1960), US amerikanischer Motivationstrainer und Erfolgscoach… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Robbins — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Robbins peut désigner : Patronyme Robbins est un nom de famille notamment porté par : Anne Frances Robbins (née en 1921), plus connue sous le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ROBBINS, HAROLD — (1916–1997), U.S. author. Born in New York City and listed as Francis Kane on his birth certificate but abandoned on the steps of a Roman Catholic orphanage, he was raised in a foster home by a Jewish family named Rubins. He dropped out of high… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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