Sid Rogell


Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

On Dangerous Ground (1952)
Executive Producer
The Pace That Thrills (1952)
Executive Producer
At Sword's Point (1952)
Executive Producer
Gambling House (1951)
Executive Producer
Payment on Demand (1951)
Executive Producer
The Whip Hand (1951)
Executive Producer
Hunt the Man Down (1951)
Executive Producer
My Forbidden Past (1951)
Executive Producer
The Company She Keeps (1951)
Executive Producer
The White Tower (1950)
Producer
Born to Be Bad (1950)
Executive Producer
The Woman on Pier 13 (1950)
Executive Producer
The Judge Steps Out (1949)
Executive Producer
A Dangerous Profession (1949)
Executive Producer
The Big Steal (1949)
Executive Producer
Strange Bargain (1949)
Producer
Bodyguard (1948)
Producer
Mystery in Mexico (1948)
Producer
Design for Death (1948)
Executive Producer
Western Heritage (1948)
Executive Producer
Blood on the Moon (1948)
Executive Producer
Dick Tracy's Dilemma (1947)
Executive Producer
Seven Keys to Baldpate (1947)
Executive Producer
Born to Kill (1947)
Executive Producer
The Devil Thumbs a Ride (1947)
Executive Producer
Beat the Band (1947)
Executive Producer
Step by Step (1946)
Executive Producer
Sunset Pass (1946)
Executive Producer
Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946)
Executive Producer
Child of Divorce (1946)
Executive Producer
The Bamboo Blonde (1946)
Executive Producer
The Falcon's Adventure (1946)
Executive Producer
Criminal Court (1946)
Executive Producer
Ding Dong Williams (1946)
Executive Producer
The Falcon's Alibi (1946)
Executive Producer
Genius at Work (1946)
Executive Producer
Deadline at Dawn (1946)
Executive Producer
Vacation in Reno (1946)
Executive Producer
San Quentin (1946)
Executive Producer
The Truth About Murder (1946)
Executive Producer
West of the Pecos (1945)
Executive Producer
Mama Loves Papa (1945)
Executive Producer
Two O'Clock Courage (1945)
Executive Producer
The Falcon in San Francisco (1945)
Executive Producer
The Brighton Strangler (1945)
Executive Producer
Pan-Americana (1945)
Executive Producer
Zombies on Broadway (1945)
Executive Producer
Betrayal from the East (1945)
Executive Producer
Dick Tracy (1945)
Executive Producer
Wanderer of the Wasteland (1945)
Executive Producer
Sing Your Way Home (1945)
Executive Producer
What a Blonde (1945)
Executive Producer
A Game of Death (1945)
Executive Producer
Radio Stars on Parade (1945)
Executive Producer
Those Endearing Young Charms (1945)
Executive Producer
The Falcon in Mexico (1944)
Supervisor
Girl Rush (1944)
Supervisor
Mademoiselle Fifi (1944)
Supervisor prod
Murder, My Sweet (1944)
Executive Producer
The Falcon in Hollywood (1944)
Executive Producer
Nevada (1944)
Executive Producer
My Pal Wolf (1944)
Executive Producer
A Night of Adventure (1944)
Supervisor
Music in Manhattan (1944)
Supervisor prod
Citizen Kane (1941)
Prod Executive
You May Be Next! (1936)
Associate Producer
Roaming Lady (1936)
Producer
Unknown Woman (1935)
Supervisor
Escape from Devil's Island (1935)
Supervisor
Death Flies East (1935)
Supervisor
Atlantic Adventure (1935)
Supervisor
The Line Up (1934)
Supervisor
Fugitive Lady (1934)
Associate Producer
Name the Woman (1934)
Supervisor
The Hell Cat (1934)
Supervisor
Among the Missing (1934)
Associate Producer
The Telegraph Trail (1933)
Associate Producer
Man from Monterey (1933)
Associate Producer
Shadows of Sing Sing (1933)
Supervisor
Somewhere in Sonora (1933)
Associate Producer
Fog (1933)
Supervisor
Ride Him, Cowboy (1932)
Associate Producer
The Big Stampede (1932)
Associate Producer
Haunted Gold (1932)
Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)
Executive prod Manager
Stopover Tokyo (1957)
Production Manager
The Mad Miss Manton (1938)
Unit Manager
Millie (1931)
Unit Manager
The Wagon Show (1928)
Bus Manager

Production Companies (Feature Film)

The Sphinx (1933)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Blood On The Moon (1948) - If I Can Find My Blanket Opening sequence finds Jim Garry (Robert Mitchum) making camp, dodging a stampede, and meeting cowboy Bart (Robert Bray), in director Robert Wise's arty Western Blood On The Moon, 1948.
Clay Pigeon, The (1949) - They Should've Let Him Die That’s the old Long Beach Naval Hospital at East 7th St. and Bellflower (site of the VA Hospital now), as we meet Bill Williams as hospitalized Seaman Jim Fletcher, Harold Landon a blind comrade, Ann Doran the nurse and Frank Wilcox the doctor, opening The Clay Pigeon, 1949, from director Richard Fleischer and writer Carl Foreman.
Clay Pigeon, The (1949) - Only Man In The Navy As TCM’s Eddie Muller has noted, just about all viewers would have known that Bill Williams (as Jim, the partial-amnesiac hospital-escapee and suspected traitor sailor) and Barbara Hale (as Martha), who meet here, were husband and wife off screen; good thing and well-played by director Richard Fleischer, in The Clay Pigeon, 1949.
Clay Pigeon, The (1949) - A Shock Of Some Sort The two goons, motives unknown, have just run fugitive amnesiac sailor Jim (Bill Williams) and Martha (Barbara Hale), his hostage, and the widow of the fellow POW who’s death he’s suspected of causing, off the road, and ensuing events incline her to reconsider his story, in The Clay Pigeon, 1949.
Deadline At Dawn (1946) - The Sailor Took It Blind "Sleepy" (Marvin Miller) having walked upstairs during credits, woozy Edna (Lola Lane) finds the money she owes him gone, from a story by Cornell Woolrich, script by Clifford Odets, the only film by noted stage director Harold Clurman, Deadline At Dawn, 1946, starring Susan Hayward.
Deadline At Dawn (1946) - It Rhymes With Moon Savvy New York taxi-dancer June (Susan Hayward) has volunteered to accompany small-town on-leave sailor Alex (Bill Williams) as he tries to return a bundle of cash he thinks he must have stolen while drunk, in Deadline At Dawn, 1946, from a Cornell Woolrich story.
Deadline At Dawn (1946) - Let's Melt Some Ice Together Sailor Alex (Bill Williams), secretly afraid he’s committed a murder while drunk, is reluctant to part with kindly cabbie Gus (Paul Lukas), but meets taxi-dancer June (Susan Hayward) back at the scene, both discovering they still haven’t found evidence clearing him, in Deadline At Dawn, 1946.
Murder, My Sweet (1944) - The Smoke Didn't Move Fake psychic and jewel thief Amthor (Otto Kruger) tricking thug Moose (Mike Mazurki) into throttling P-I Marlowe (Dick Powell), whom he earlier hired to find his girlfriend, who then enters his second semi-conscious episode, in Murder, My Sweet, 1944, directed by Edward Dmytryk, from a Raymond Chandler novel.
Two O'Clock Courage (1945) - Improve Your Mind Upon hearing news of a murder, savvy cabbie Patty (Ann Rutherford) and her amnesiac fare (Tom Conway) decide to skip the police station, then visit a tailor and wife (Chester Clute, Almira Sessions), in the RKO programmer Two O'Clock Courage, 1945, directed by Anthony Mann.
Two O'Clock Courage (1945) - Just A Close Friend Now dressed-up, cabbie Patty (Ann Rutherford) and amnesiac friend (Tom Conway) at last make progress, as they discover a restaurant where he's called "Step," and where Helen (Jane, billed as "Bettejane" Greer) pounces, in Two O'Clock Courage, 1945, directed by Anthony Mann.
Born To Kill (1947) - Good Shooter Sam Wilde (Lawrence Tierney) speaks not a word in his first meeting at the Reno casino with newly divorced Helen (Claire Trevor), visited by Laury and Danny (Isabel Jewell, Tony Barrett) early in Born To Kill, 1947.
Murder, My Sweet (1944) - You're A Private Eye Temporarily blinded P-I Philip Marlowe (Dick Powell) begins the flashback, with director Edward Dmytryk's famous introduction of Moose Malone (Mike Mazurki), early in Murder, My Sweet, 1944, from Raymond Chandler's Farewell, My Lovely.

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