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Mildred Rogers (Character)
from Of Human Bondage (1934)

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Alternate Names:
Mildred / Mildred Rodgers


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  1. Of Human Bondage (1964) Played by Kim Novak
    ... aka "W. Somerset Maugham's of Human Bondage" - USA (complete title)

  2. "Somerset Maugham TV Theatre"
        - Of Human Bondage (1951) TV episode, Played by Cloris Leachman (as Mildred Rodgers)

  3. "Studio One in Hollywood"
    ... aka "Studio One" - USA (original title)
    ... aka "Studio One Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
    ... aka "Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
    ... aka "Westinghouse Studio One" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "Westinghouse Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
        - Of Human Bondage (1949) TV episode, Played by Felicia Montealegre
  4. Of Human Bondage (1946) Played by Eleanor Parker

  5. Of Human Bondage (1934) Played by Bette Davis
    ... aka "Idiot of Love" - Japan (English title) (literal English title)

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From Of Human Bondage (1934)
Philip Carey: I thought you were never coming.
Mildred Rogers: Ooh, like that. After keeping me waiting. I almost went home.
Philip Carey: I was in the second class waiting room. I thought you said you'd be there.
Mildred Rogers: No, I said "is it likely I would sit in the second class if I could sit in the first?" For a gentleman of brains you don't use them, do ya?
Philip Carey: Perhaps not. Anyway you're here, so it's alright, isn't it?
Mildred Rogers: You certainly do make a girl feel important to ya.
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