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Charley Rogers (1887–1956)

Charley Rogers was born on January 15, 1887 in Birmingham, England as Charles Alfred Rogers. He was an actor and writer, known for Saps at Sea (1940), The Flying Deuces (1939) and A Chump at Oxford (1940). He died on December 20, 1956 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Saps at Sea
Saps at Sea Writer
The Flying Deuces
A Chump at Oxford
The Devil's Brother


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 1954 Two April Fools (Short)
 1952 Limelight
Man in Saloon (uncredited)
 1946 God's Country
Lumberjack (uncredited)
 1945 A Hit with a Miss (Short)
Professor Periwinkle (as Charles Rogers)
 1945 A Miner Affair (Short)
 1943 The Dancing Masters
Butler (uncredited)
 1943 That Nazty Nuisance
Josef Goebbels (uncredited)
 1942 They Raid by Night
Sgt. Harry Hall
 1942 House of Errors
Alf (as Charles Rogers)
 1941 Double Trouble
Alfred 'Alf' Prattle
 1934 Babes in Toyland
Simple Simon (uncredited)
 1934 I'll Be Suing You (Short)
Telephone Repairman (uncredited)
 1934 Movie Daze (Short)
Film Prop Master (uncredited)
 1934 Maid in Hollywood (Short)
Property Man (uncredited)
 1934 Mrs. Barnacle Bill (Short)
 1934 Babes in the Goods (Short)
Spectator (uncredited)
 1933 Twin Screws (Short) (scenes deleted)
 1933 Keg o' My Heart (Short)
Stagehand (uncredited)
 1932 Pack Up Your Troubles
Rogers (uncredited)
 1932 Strange Innertube (Short)
 1932 Wild Babies! (Short)
Explorer (as Charles Rogers)
 1931 Pardon Us
Insurgent Convict (uncredited)
 1931 Let's Do Things (Short)
Inebriated Nightclub Customer (uncredited)
 1931 Our Wife (Short)
Finlayson's Butler (uncredited)
 1930 Outside the Law
Cigar Clerk (uncredited)
 1929 Perfect Day (Short)
The Parson (uncredited)
 1929 Madame Q (Short)
Photographer (uncredited)
 1929 Double Whoopee (Short)
Prime Minister (uncredited)
 1929 Movie Night (Short)
Man in Audience (uncredited)
 1929 When Money Comes (Short)
 1928 Habeas Corpus (Short)
Ledoux - the Butler (as Charlie Rogers)
 1928 Two Tars (Short)
Motorist with Bent Fenders
 1928 The Movie Man (Short)
The Actor (as Charles Rogers)
 1918 The Light of Western Stars
Danny Marns (as Charles Rogers)
 1917 The Woman God Forgot
Cacamo (as Charles Rogers)
 1914 A Ticket to Red Horse Gulch (Short) (as Charles Rogers)
 1912 The Shanghaied Cowboys (Short) (as Charles Rogers)
 1912/I Oliver Twist
Artful Dodger (as Charles Rogers)
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Alternate Names:

Charles H. Rogers | Charles Rogers | Charlie Rogers

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Although most often billed as Charley Rogers or Charles Rogers, according to documents actually signed by Rogers, his first name is correctly spelled Charlie. See more »

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