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Also Known As: Albert Rogell, Al Rogell, Albert Rogell Died: April 7, 1988
Born: August 1, 1901 Cause of Death: cancer and diabetes
Birth Place: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA Profession: director, assistant cameraman, assistant director, property man, carpenter, cutter, cameraman, stage electrician

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Albert S Rogell was an accomplished director with a unique attention to detail that really made his productions stand out from the norm. S Rogell directed a variety of independent films in his early directing career, including such titles as "The Dangerous Coward" (1924), "The Fighting Sap" (1924) and "Señor Daredevil" (1926). He also appeared in "The Red Raiders" (1927), "The Devil's Saddle" (1927) and "The Overland Stage" (1927). He continued to work in film in the thirties, directing motion pictures like "Aloha" (1931), "The Tip-Off" (1931) and "Suicide Fleet" (1931). He also appeared in the Tom Mix western "The Rider of Death Valley" (1932). In the latter half of his career, S Rogell directed "Start Cheering" (1938), the The Ritz Brothers comedy "Argentine Nights" (1940) and the Granville Owen comedy "Li'l Abner" (1940). He also appeared in the Basil Rathbone comedic adaptation "The Black Cat" (1941) and "Youth on Parade" (1942). S Rogell more recently directed "Broken Arrow" (ABC, 1956-1960). S Rogell was married to Irma Warner. S Rogell passed away in April 1988 at the age of 87.

Albert S Rogell was an accomplished director with a unique attention to detail that really made his productions stand out from the norm. S Rogell directed a variety of independent films in his early directing career, including such titles as "The Dangerous Coward" (1924), "The Fighting Sap" (1924) and "Señor Daredevil" (1926). He also appeared in "The Red Raiders" (1927), "The Devil's Saddle" (1927) and "The Overland Stage" (1927). He continued to work in film in the thirties, directing motion pictures like "Aloha" (1931), "The Tip-Off" (1931) and "Suicide Fleet" (1931). He also appeared in the Tom Mix western "The Rider of Death Valley" (1932). In the latter half of his career, S Rogell directed "Start Cheering" (1938), the The Ritz Brothers comedy "Argentine Nights" (1940) and the Granville Owen comedy "Li'l Abner" (1940). He also appeared in the Basil Rathbone comedic adaptation "The Black Cat" (1941) and "Youth on Parade" (1942). S Rogell more recently directed "Broken Arrow" (ABC, 1956-1960). S Rogell was married to Irma Warner. S Rogell passed away in April 1988 at the age of 87.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Shadow of Fear (1956) Director
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  The Admiral Was a Lady (1950) Director
3.
  Song of India (1949) Director
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  Northwest Stampede (1948) Director
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  Heaven Only Knows (1947) Director
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  Earl Carroll Sketchbook (1946) Director
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  The Magnificent Rogue (1946) Director
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  Love, Honor and Goodbye (1945) Director
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  In Old Oklahoma (1943) Director
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  Hit Parade of 1943 (1943) Director

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wife:
Irma Warner. Previously married to Jack Warner, died in 1982.

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step-son:
Jack Warner Jr. Producer.
nephew:
Howard Schwartz. Cinematographer.

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