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Rob Wagner (II) (1872–1942)

Rob Wagner moved to Santa Barbara from Detroit in 1906. He settled in Los Angeles about 1909. His first scenario for a film, "The Artist's Sons," was produced by Selig Studios in 1911. Between 1915 and 1918 he wrote a series of articles on the film industry for the Saturday Evening Post. Wagner was Charlie Chaplin's publicity man and confidant for... See full bio »

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Known For

Smudge
Smudge Writer
(1922)
So This Is Paris
(1926)

Filmography

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 1928 Anybody Here Seen Kelly? (uncredited)
 1927 Ah! Gay Vienna! (Short)
 1926 Not Guilty! (Short)
 1926 Fighting to Win (Short) (scenario)
 1926 The Collegians (Short) (scenario)
 1926 So This Is Paris (titles - as Robert Wagner)
 1925 Smilin' at Trouble (story)
 1925 Heads Up
 1925 Cupid's Boots (Short) (story)
 1924 Gee Whiz, Genevieve (Short) (additional gags)
 1924 Two Wagons: Both Covered (Short)
 1923 The Dare-Devil (Short) (story)
 1922 Smudge (screenplay) / (story)
 1921 R.S.V.P. (story)
 1920 Dangerous Business (additional scenes)
 1916 A Yoke of Gold (story)
 1915 Our Wonderful Schools (Documentary short)
 1915 Mabel, Fatty and the Law (Short) (story)
 1911 The Artist's Sons (Short) (scenario)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (12 credits)
Show Show Director (6 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Portrait painter, newspaper illustrator, correspondent for Liberty, Collier's, Ladie's Home See more »

Publicity Listings:

3 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Robert Wagner

Height:

5' 5½" (1.66 m)
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Trivia:

A committed Socialist, Rob Wagner served as an editor of the Los Angeles-based The Western Comrade magazine from 1913-1914 and contributor to many leftist publications. He was also active in Upton Sinclair's campaign for Califormia governor in 1934. During World War I he was called before a federal grand jury on suspicion of sedition for his outspoken support of Socialist and Bolshevik activists. See more »

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Leo

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