Howard Emmett Rogers


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

The Hour of 13 (1952)
Screenwriter
Calling Bulldog Drummond (1951)
Screenwriter
Two Dollar Bettor (1951)
Original story and Screenplay
Easy to Wed (1946)
From the screenplay "Libeled Lady" by
Gambler's Choice (1944)
From an Original story
Maisie Goes to Reno (1944)
Contract Writer
Assignment in Brittany (1943)
Screenwriter
Sabotage Agent (1943)
Screenwriter
The Adventures of Tartu (1943)
Screenplay
For Me and My Gal (1942)
Original Story
Crossroads (1942)
Original Story
Eyes in the Night (1942)
Screenwriter
Billy the Kid (1941)
Story
Stronger Than Desire (1939)
Contract Writer
Arsene Lupin Returns (1938)
Original story and Screenplay
The Chaser (1938)
Original Story
The Unguarded Hour (1936)
Screenwriter
Libeled Lady (1936)
Screenwriter
Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936)
Contr to dial
The Bride Walks Out (1936)
Story
Whipsaw (1935)
Screenwriter
Rendezvous (1935)
Contract Writer
After Office Hours (1935)
Contr to trmt and Screenplay const
The Mystery of Mr. X (1934)
Screenwriter
Evelyn Prentice (1934)
Adaptation
Viva Villa (1934)
Contract Writer
Tarzan and His Mate (1934)
Adaptation
The Girl from Missouri (1934)
Contr to dial
Whirlpool (1934)
Story
The Band Plays On (1934)
Contr to Special seq
The Nuisance (1933)
Original Story
Hold Your Man (1933)
Screenwriter
Don't Bet on Love (1933)
Screenwriter
Stepping Sisters (1932)
Contract Writer
Dancers in the Dark (1932)
Adaptation
No, No, Nanette (1930)
Adaptation
The Lottery Bride (1930)
Cont
The Bad One (1930)
Scen
The Bad One (1930)
Dial
The Lottery Bride (1930)
Dial
The Forward Pass (1929)
Scen
The Forward Pass (1929)
Dial
The Forward Pass (1929)
Titles
Gypsy of the North (1928)
Story
Feel My Pulse (1928)
Story
Speedy (1928)
Story
Paradise for Two (1927)
Story
So's Your Old Man (1926)
Adaptation
Tin Gods (1926)
Adaptation

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Hold Your Man (1933) - Be A Pal! Following shortly upon the opening, tight comedy with Clark Gable as hustler Eddie caught running a street scam, diving into the apartment where Jean Harlow bathes, gamely providing cover when his mark and a cop (Henry B. Walthall, Jack Cheatham) arrive in pursuit, in MGM's Hold Your Man, 1933.
Hold Your Man (1933) - Can't Tell A Banker From A Bum Clever opening bit with Clark Gable in hustler mode, encountering venerable Henry B. Walthall on an MGM city street, then Garry Owen at a pawn shop, Sam Wood directing from an original screenplay by Howard Emmett Rogers and Anita Loos, in Hold Your Man, 1933, also starring Jean Harlow.
Hold Your Man (1933) - The Cutest Suburbs Jean Harlow as party girl Ruby brings Stuart Erwin as her devoted semi-sugar daddy beau to a night club, where she has subterfuge in mind, and we find out she’s been visiting in hopes of meeting con-man Clark Gable, who’s a regular, and who finally turns up, in MGM”s Hold Your Man, 1933, Louise Beavers the washroom lady.
Arsene Lupin Returns (1938) - I'm Out Of Circulation Joining Melvyn Douglas, as gentleman farmer Farrand in France, though we suspect he’s the jewel-thief title character, visited by pals (Nat Pendleton as Joe, E.E. Clive as Alf) about a New York heist, then by the almost-victim, his neighbor-girlfriend Lorraine (Virginia Bruce) and her private sleuth pal Steve (Warren William), in MGM’s Arsene Lupin Returns, 1938.
Arsene Lupin Returns (1938) - The Gentleman With The Gun Hot-shot New York federal lawman Steve Emerson (Warren William), who just quit because he was getting too much publicity, attends to his first private client, Jack Norton the hotel manager, Virginia Bruce, Monty Woolley and John Halliday the bound crime victims, in Arsene Lupin Returns, 1938, starring Melvyn Douglas in the title role.
Arsene Lupin Returns (1938) - France Will Reward You Arriving in Paris, Virginia Bruce as Lorraine, Monty Woolley her cousin, John Halliday her uncle, and Warren William the private eye from New York brought to investigate the attempted theft of their major jewel, greeted by her beau, Melvyn Douglas as the title character, though that hasn’t been revealed, George Davis the guard restraining him, in Arsene Lupin Returns, 1938.
Speedy (1928) - The Only Thing Speedy Required Much discussed, now appearing in his first scene, Yankees fan Speedy (Harold Lloyd) handles his soda-jerk job with skill as he keeps track of the score in Speedy, 1928.
Speedy (1928) - Babe Ruth Thus far barely able to secure a fare in his new gig as a cabbie, Yankees fanatic Speedy (Harold Lloyd) is kind of staking out (the real!) Babe Ruth, and it works, on location in New York, in Speedy, 1928.
Bride Walks Out, The (1936) - I Married Them Quick scene setter opening, Barbara Stanwyck, Gene Raymond as girl and boyfriend with differing financial circumstances, Hattie McDaniel wisecracking, Leigh Jason directing, in the modest RKO rom-com The Bride Walks Out, 1936.
Bride Walks Out, The (1936) - Unfair To Chorus Girls Part-time model Carolyn (Barbara Stanwyck) has just caved and married striving Michael (Gene Raymond), pal Ned Sparks their witness, when he slugs a cop (Edgar Deering), resulting in their meeting bon vivant Hugh (Robert Young) in court, in RKO's The Bride Walks Out, 1936.
Sabotage Agent (1943) - The Patient Died London, 1940, early in the blitz, demolition expert Captain Stevenson (Robert Donat) arrives as an unexploded bomb threatens an injured lad (Maurice Rhodes) and nurse (Josephine Wilson), opening Sabotage Agent, 1943, a.k.a. The Adventures Of Tartu, from the MGM British studio.
Sabotage Agent (1943) - An Officer But Not A Gentleman Romanian-born Brit Stevenson (Robert Donat) dropped into Bucharest on an espionage mission, contacts Wakefield (Charles Carson) and is briefed on his identity and the scheme to blow up a poison gas factory in Czechoslovakia, in Sabotage Agent, 1943, a.k.a. The Adventures Of Tartu.

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