Charles R. Rogers Net Worth

Charles R. Rogers Net Worth is
$20 Million

Charles R. Rogers Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Charles R. Rogers, also known as Chas. R. Rogers, was an American film producer whose career spanned both the silent and sound film eras. He should not be confused with Charles "Buddy" Rogers, who was an actor and film producer, as well as being married to Mary Pickford. Rogers began his career on the 1924 silent film, A Cafe in Cairo, produced by the short-lived Hunt Stromberg Productions. After Stromberg ceased productions in 1925, Rogers would found his own independent company, Charles R. Rogers Productions. He would also produce for major studios such as RKO Radio Pictures, Universal, and United Artists. The pinnacle of his career would be from 1936-38 when he was chosen as the vice-president in charge of production for Universal Pictures. He died as the result of injuries sustained in a car accident in 1957.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJuly 15, 1892
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York United States
ProfessionProducer, Miscellaneous Crew, Production Manager
Star SignCancer
1Rogers moved into Carl Laemmle Jr.'s position after the Standard Capital Corporation called their $750,000 loan on money advanced for the production of Show Boat (1936). That loan contained an option to seize the studio for $5.5 million upon default. That film (which ironically became a hit), ran into production delays and the Laemmle's were unable to secure additional financing. On March 14, 1936 the Laemmle reign was over. Rogers was installed as V.P. in charge of production by Standard Capital's board chairman J. Cheever Cowdin, and immediately instituted harsh cost-cutting measures that were widely criticized at the time. To be fair, Rogers was responsible for bringing producer Joe Pasternak to Hollywood and he would sign soprano sensation Deanna Durbin (recently released from MGM in favor of Judy Garland) to a long term contract. She would single-handedly prevent the studio from imploding after an otherwise disastrous 1937-1938 season. Never popular, Rogers would resign from this position on May 20, 1938 and was replaced by ex-RKO executive Cliff Work.
2Grandfather of editor Pattye Rogers.
3He was harshly criticized by some for the way he handled producing chores at Universal Pictures in comparison to the Laemmles (father and son). He was partly responsible for the creative decision that resulted in the re-editing and re-shooting of scenes (by another director) in James Whale's The Road Back (1937) in order to placate those who threatened to disrupt its release due to it's anti-Nazi sentiment.
4Was Vice-President in Charge of Production at Universal Studios from 1936 to 1938.
5Father of John W. Rogers


Carnival Boat1932producer
Lady with a Past1932producer - uncredited
A Woman Commands1932producer
Prestige1932producer - uncredited
Panama Flo1932producer - uncredited
Suicide Fleet1931producer - uncredited
Bad Company1931producer
The Tip-Off1931producer
Devotion1931producer - uncredited
The Big Gamble1931producer - uncredited
The Common Law1931producer - uncredited
A Woman of Experience1931producer
Millie1931producer - as Chas. R. Rogers
The California Mail1929producer
The Lawless Legion1929producer
The Royal Rider1929producer
The Air Derby1929Short producer
The Border Patrol1928producer
The Phantom City1928producer - uncredited
Burning Bridges1928producer
Lady Be Good1928producer
The Wagon Show1928producer
The Shepherd of the Hills1928producer
Man Crazy1927producer
The Red Raiders1927producer
Smile, Brother, Smile1927producer
The Sunset Derby1927producer
The Seventh Bandit1926producer
Men, Women and Clothes1957TV Series producer - 5 episodes
The Fabulous Dorseys1947producer
Angel on My Shoulder1946producer - as Charles R.Rogers
Delightfully Dangerous1945producer
Song of the Open Road1944producer
The Powers Girl1943producer
Adventure in Washington1941producer
She Knew All the Answers1941producer
Our Neighbors - The Carters1939producer
The Star Maker1939producer
Hold 'Em Navy1937producer
One Hundred Men and a Girl1937executive producer
The Road Back1937executive producer
Wings Over Honolulu1937executive producer
As Good as Married1937executive producer
We Have Our Moments1937executive producer
When Love Is Young1937executive producer
Top of the Town1937executive producer
Mysterious Crossing1936executive producer - uncredited
Three Smart Girls1936executive producer
Flying Hostess1936producer
Magnificent Brute1936executive producer - uncredited
Two in a Crowd1936executive producer
The Luckiest Girl in the World1936producer
The Girl on the Front Page1936producer
My Man Godfrey1936executive producer
The Virginia Judge1935producer
Hold 'Em Yale1935producer
McFadden's Flats1935producer
Here Comes the Groom1934producer
The Great Flirtation1934producer
Private Scandal1934producer
She Made Her Bed1934producer
Eight Girls in a Boat1934producer
Girl Without a Room1933producer
Sitting Pretty1933producer
Golden Harvest1933producer
I Love That Man1933producer
Song of the Eagle1933producer
Strictly Personal1933producer
The Devil Is Driving1932producer
Madison Sq. Garden1932producer
70,000 Witnesses1932producer


Angel on My Shoulder1946presenter
Song of the Open Road1944presenter
The Phantom City1928presenter
The Glorious Trail1928presenter
The Upland Rider1928presenter
The Wagon Show1928presenter
Gun Gospel1927presenter
The Red Raiders1927presenter
The Devil's Saddle1927presenter
The Land Beyond the Law1927presenter
Somewhere in Sonora1927presenter
The Overland Stage1927presenter
The Unknown Cavalier1926presenter
Satan Town1926presenter
Senor Daredevil1926presenter
The Frontier Trail1926presenter
The Unknown Soldier1926presenter
Driftin' Thru1926presenter
The Crimson Runner1925presenter
A Cafe in Cairo1924presenter
The Siren of Seville1924presenter
Legend of Hollywood1924presenter

Production Manager

Letter of Introduction1938executive in charge of production
The Rage of Paris1938executive in charge of production
Mad About Music1938in charge of production
Merry-Go-Round of 19381937executive in charge of production


The Devil's Saddle1927adaptation

Known for movies

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