Peter Rogers


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Circus Friends (1962)
Screenwriter
Cash on Delivery (1956)
Screenwriter
You Know What Sailors Are (1954)
Screenwriter
When The Bough Breaks (1947)
Writer

Producer (Feature Film)

Blood and Chocolate (2007)
Coproducer
Carry on Columbus (1993)
Executive Producer
Carry on Emmannuelle (1978)
Producer
Carry on England (1976)
Producer
Carry on Behind (1975)
Producer
Carry on Up the Jungle (1970)
Producer
Carry on Loving (1970)
Producer
Carry on Again, Doctor (1969)
Producer
Carry on Camping (1969)
Producer
Follow That Camel (1968)
Producer
Carry on Doctor (1968)
Producer
Carry On Cabby (1967)
Producer
Carry on Screaming! (1966)
Executive Producer
Carry on Cleo (1965)
Producer
Carry On Spying (1964)
Producer
Carry On Regardless (1963)
Producer
The Swingin' Maiden (1963)
Producer
Nurse on Wheels (1963)
Producer
The Dog and the Diamonds (1962)
Producer
Roommates (1962)
Producer
Carry On Teacher (1962)
Producer
Circus Friends (1962)
Producer
Twice Round the Daffodils (1962)
Producer
Carry On Constable (1961)
Producer
Beware of Children (1961)
Producer
Watch Your Stern (1961)
Producer
Carry On Nurse (1959)
Producer
The Vicious Circle (1959)
Producer
Carry on Sergeant (1958)
Producer
Cat Girl (1957)
Executive Producer
The Passionate Stranger (1957)
Producer
Cash on Delivery (1956)
Producer
You Know What Sailors Are (1954)
Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Chain Reaction (1980)
Photography

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Carry On Spying (1964)
Company
Roommates (1962)
Company
Watch Your Stern (1961)
Company

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Maybe This Time (1980)
Other
The Chain Reaction (1980)
Other

Cast (Special)

Warning: Medicine May Be Hazardous To Your Health (1988)

Life Events

Videos

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Nurse On Wheels (1963) - Not To Say Nosy On her first actual call, new village nurse Joanna (Juliet Mills) is flagged down by the daughter (Joan Sims) of the vicar (Raymond Huntley), to tend to the chatty Mrs. Wood (Joan Hickson, later famous on TV as Miss Marple), in Nurse On Wheels, 1963, from the Carry On! team of Peter Rogers and Gerald Thomas.
Nurse On Wheels (1963) - To The Last Quivering Nerve Still on her first days’ rounds, new district nurse Joanna (Juliet Mills) meets distracted Dr. Golfrey senior (David Horne) then his son (Ronald Howard), more relevant to her job, in Nurse On Wheels, 1963, from the Carry On! team of Peter Rogers and Gerald Thomas.
Nurse On Wheels (1963) - We Wouldn't Have Met Just arrived on her new suburban village assignment, district nurse Joanna (Juliet Mills) first with her daffy mum (Esma Cannon), then meeting handsome farmer Henry (Ronald Lewis), observed by lady denizens and just missing merchant Worthy (Noel Purcell), in Nurse On Wheels, 1963, from the Carry On! team of Peter Rogers and Gerald Thomas.
Carry On Screaming (1966) - Flesh And Blood Man Opening scene with Jim Dale the comic hero Albert and Angela Douglas his girl Doris, Tom Clegg the more monstrous character, in the 12th in the series and one of the biggest British box office hits of the year, Carry On Screaming!, 1966.
Carry On Screaming (1966) - I Live In A Man's World Cops Bung and Slobotham (Harry H. Corbett, Peter Butterworth) and civilian Albert (Jim Dale), pursued by the villains (Fenella Fielding, Kenneth Williams) rush to interrogate series regular Charles Hawtrey as rest room attendant Dan Dann, who has clues, in the 12th Carry On feature, Carry On Screaming!, 1966.
Carry On Screaming (1966) - Just Past December Copper Harry H. Corbett and his crew are inducted to the spooky house by stratospheric Sockett (Bernard Bresslaw), who introduces Fenella Fielding as Valeria, who becomes convinced she must awaken her brother Orlando (series regular Kenneth Williams), in the hit 12th feature in the series, Carry On Screaming!, 1966.
Carry On Cabby (1963) - GlamCabs Peggy (Hattie Jacques), with pal Flo (Esma Cannon) introduces the big gag, in which she’s taken her cab company owner husband’s profits, and hired a crew of dishy girl drivers to compete, (including Amanda Barrie, of Coronation Street, and Carole Shelley) in Carry On Cabby, 1963.
Carry On Cabby (1963) - Shipwrecked Mink Scamming cab company owner Charlie (Sid James) has a gift to appease his under-attended wife Peg (Hattie Jacques), then scampers to brief new drivers, Charles Hawtrey as Pintpot, Milo O’Shea as Len, in the seventh feature in the long-running series Carry On Cabby, 1963.
Carry On Cabby (1963) - You Mean Buzz Off? Charles Hawtrey on the scooter (not the “Deaf Aids,” per John Lennon) in near-full biker gear, as Pintpot, seeking a job after causing Smily (Bill Owen) to crash, baffling the cab company manager Ted (Kenneth Connor), in the seventh feature in the popular low-budget British series, Carry On Cabby, 1963.
Carry On Cleo (1965) - Strange Gods They Worship Narration by E.V.H. Emmett introduces Caesar (Kenneth Williams) who, with aide Bilius (David Davenport) and slave Gloria (Julie Stevens) isn’t enjoying the invasion of Great Britain, and his general Mark Antony (Sidney James) also finds it odd, in the tenth film in the series, Carry On Cleo, 1965.
Carry On Cleo (1965) - This Ambitious Battle Axe! Now Mark Antony (Sidney James) is off to Egypt with his sergeant major (Victor Maddern), and made to wait by Archimedes (Michael Ward) for queen Cleopatra (Amanda Barrie, her first scene), whose appearance changes the game, in the tenth film in the hit English series, Carry On Cleo, 1965.
Carry On Spying (1964) - Filed For Life Opening what by certain measures could be called the first spy-spoof of the James Bond era, Victor Maddern is evil "Milchman," Eric Barker the "chief," and "Carry On" regular Kenneth Williams is daffy "Simkins," in the 9th title in the series, Carry On Spying, 1964.

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