Charles R. Rogers


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

South Pacific (1958)

Writer (Feature Film)

The Devil's Saddle (1927)
Adaptation

Producer (Feature Film)

The Fabulous Dorseys (1947)
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The Fabulous Dorseys (1947)
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Angel on My Shoulder (1946)
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Angel on My Shoulder (1946)
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Delightfully Dangerous (1945)
Producer
Song of the Open Road (1944)
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Song of the Open Road (1944)
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The Powers Girl (1943)
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She Knew All the Answers (1941)
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Adventure in Washington (1941)
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The Star Maker (1939)
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Our Neighbors--the Carters (1939)
Producer
The Road Back (1937)
Executive Producer
When Love Is Young (1937)
Executive Producer
Wings over Honolulu (1937)
Executive Producer
We Have Our Moments (1937)
Executive Producer
One Hundred Men and a Girl (1937)
Executive Producer
Four Days' Wonder (1937)
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As Good As Married (1937)
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Top of the Town (1937)
Executive Producer
Three Smart Girls (1936)
Executive Producer
The Magnificent Brute (1936)
Executive Producer
Two in a Crowd (1936)
Executive Producer
The Luckiest Girl in the World (1936)
Executive Producer
Mysterious Crossing (1936)
Producer
My Man Godfrey (1936)
Executive Producer
Flying Hostess (1936)
Executive Producer
Love Letters of a Star (1936)
Executive Producer
The Girl on the Front Page (1936)
Executive Producer
McFadden's Flats (1935)
Producer
The Virginia Judge (1935)
Producer
Hold 'Em Yale (1935)
Producer
Bad Company (1931)
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Millie (1931)
Producer
The California Mail (1929)
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The Royal Rider (1929)
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The Lawless Legion (1929)
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Cheyenne (1929)
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The Upland Rider (1928)
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The Phantom City (1928)
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The Wagon Show (1928)
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Lady Be Good (1928)
Producer
The Glorious Trail (1928)
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The Shepherd of the Hills (1928)
Producer
The Land Beyond the Law (1927)
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Smile, Brother, Smile (1927)
Producer
Man Crazy (1927)
Producer
Gun Gospel (1927)
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Somewhere in Sonora (1927)
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The Sunset Derby (1927)
Producer
The Devil's Saddle (1927)
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The Red Raiders (1927)
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The Overland Stage (1927)
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Driftin' Thru (1926)
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The Unknown Soldier (1926)
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Satan Town (1926)
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The Unknown Cavalier (1926)
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SeƱor Daredevil (1926)
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The Frontier Trail (1926)
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The Crimson Runner (1925)
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On the Threshold (1925)
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A Cafe in Cairo (1924)
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The Legend of Hollywood (1924)
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The Siren of Seville (1924)
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Production Companies (Feature Film)

Delightfully Dangerous (1945)
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The Powers Girl (1943)
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Letter of Introduction (1938)
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The Rage of Paris (1938)
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Mad About Music (1938)
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Merry-Go-Round of 1938 (1937)
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You're a Sweetheart (1937)
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The Great Flirtation (1934)
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She Made Her Bed (1934)
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Private Scandal (1934)
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Here Comes the Groom (1934)
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Song of the Eagle (1933)
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Strictly Personal (1933)
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Golden Harvest (1933)
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Sitting Pretty (1933)
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I Love That Man (1933)
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The Devil Is Driving (1932)
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A Woman Commands (1932)
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Carnival Boat (1932)
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Lady with a Past (1932)
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Prestige (1932)
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Panama Flo (1932)
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A Woman of Experience (1931)
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The Big Gamble (1931)
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Devotion (1931)
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The Common Law (1931)
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Sweepstakes (1931)
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The Tip-Off (1931)
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Rebound (1931)
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The Big Shot (1931)
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Suicide Fleet (1931)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Three Smart Girls (1936) - Universal's New Discovery Joining the credits, Universal quick to put the money on the screen, Deanna Durbin's first ever appearance, with cute sisters Nan Grey and Barbara Read, in a film the associate producer Joe Pasternak would remake 12 years later as Three Daring Daughters at MGM, Three Smart Girls, 1936.
Three Smart Girls (1936) - Are They Like You, Dear? Penny, Kay and Joan (Deanna Durbin, Barbara Read, Nan Grey), who haven't seen their tycoon father (Charles Winninger) for ten years, have come from Europe to New York to stop him from marrying his gilrfriend (Binnie Barnes), in Universal's Three Smart Girls, 1936.
Three Smart Girls (1936) - Someone To Care For Me Penny (Deanna Durbin), who, with older sisters (Nan Grey, Barbara Read) has come to New York to stop their long-separated tycoon father (Charles Winninger) from marrying his girlfriend, works in a song by Bronislau Kaper, Walter Jurmann and Gus Kahn, in Universal's Three Smart Girls, 1936.
Lady With A Past (1932) - Anything Short Of Murder In a Paris cafe, having sailed over despite being ditched while eloping, affluent but socially unsuccessful Venice (Constance Bennett) has just met cash-strapped fellow American Guy (Ben Lyon), who brings to mind an idea, in Lady With A Past, 1932, from a novel by Harriet Henry.
Lady With A Past (1932) - She Murdered Her Husband Acutely bookish and boring Venice (Constance Bennett) dragged to a party by friend Lola (Astrid Allwyn) hears from jerry (Donald Dilloway) then from hunky Donnie (David Manners) about the scandalized Mrs. Duryea (Merna Kennedy), early in Lady With A Past, 1932.
Devotion (1931) - She Must Be Middle-Aged The Mortimer family (O.P. Heggie, Louise Closser Hale, Ruth Weston, Joan Carr) are entertaining Trent (Leslie Howard) a successful widowed lawyer seeking a governess, who is surprised to meet the third daughter Shirley (Ann Harding), acting more like a servant, early in Devotion, 1931.
Devotion (1931) - Two Lumps Of Camphor Widowed lawyer Trent (Leslie Howard) arrives home, greeted by son Derek (Douglas Scott), then meeting the governess he's indirectly hired, Mrs. Halifax (Ann Harding), who is really the lovestruck Shirley, frumped-up and playing cockney, in Devotion, 1931.
Angel On My Shoulder (1946) - She's All Yours Barbara (Anne Baxter) meets her fiance', the virtuous Judge Parker (Paul Muni), knowing that he's been behaving strangely, but not knowing his body has been taken over gangster Nick, and shadowed by invisible "Nick" the Devil (Claude Rains), in Angel In My Shoulder, 1946.
Angel On My Shoulder (1946) - Shortage Of Condemned Souls Conducting business in hell, Nick "The Devil" (Claude Rains) with his warden (Kurt Katch), and meeting new inmate, gangster Nick (Paul Muni), who proves an inspiration, in Angel On My Shoulder, 1946.
Angel On My Shoulder (1946) - Next To My Heart Gangster Nick (Paul Muni) released after four years in the slammer, picked up by pal Smiley (Hardie Albright), who's been minding his affairs, opening director Archie Mayo's Angel On My Shoulder, 1946.

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