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Charles 'Buddy' Rogers (1904–1999)


Born to Maude and Bert Henry Rogers. Attended Olathe high school and Univ. of Kansas. He trained at the Paramount Picture School. See full bio »

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Known For

Wings
Wings Jack Powell
(1927)
My Best Girl
My Best Girl Joe Grant
(1927)
Follow Thru
Follow Thru Jerry Downes
(1930)
Pirate Party on Catalina Isle
(1935)

Filmography

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 1968 Petticoat Junction (TV Series)
Buddy Rogers
- Wings (1968) ... Buddy Rogers (as Buddy Rogers)
 1967 The Lucy Show (TV Series)
Buddy
- Lucy and Carol Burnett: Part 2 (1967) ... Buddy (as Buddy Rogers)
 1957 The Parson and the Outlaw
Rev. Jericho Jones (as Buddy Rogers)
 1941 Sing for Your Supper
Larry Hays
 1941 Golden Hoofs
Dean MacArdle
 1939 Swing Vacation (Short)
 1937 Let's Make a Night of It
Jack Kent (as Buddy Rogers)
 1936 Once in a Million
Pierre (as Charles Rogers)
 1935 Pirate Party on Catalina Isle (Short)
'Buddy' Rogers (as Charles ['Buddy'] Rogers and his California Cavaliers)
 1935 Dance Band
Buddy Morgan
 1933 Take a Chance
Kenneth Raleigh
 1933 Best of Enemies
Jimmie Hartman (as Buddy Rogers)
 1933 Nick Kenny's Radio Thrills No. 2 (Short)
Singer
 1932 Running Hollywood (Short)
Buddy Rogers
 1932 This Reckless Age
Bradley Ingals
 1931 Working Girls
Boyd Wheeler
 1931 The Road to Reno
Tom Wood
 1931 The Lawyer's Secret
Laurie Roberts (as Charles Rogers)
 1931 The Stolen Jools (Short)
'Buddy' Rogers (as Buddy Rogers)
 1930 Along Came Youth
Larry Brooks
 1930 Heads Up
Jack Mason (as Charles Rogers)
 1930 Paramount on Parade
Buddy Rogers - Episode 'Love Time'
 1930 Young Eagles
Lieutenant Robert Banks
 1929 Half Way to Heaven
Ned Lee
 1929 Illusion
Carlee Thorpe
 1929 Close Harmony
Al West
 1928 Red Lips
Hugh Carver / Buddy
 1928 Varsity
Jimmy Duffy
 1927 Get Your Man
Robert Albin (as Charles Rogers)
 1927 My Best Girl
Joe Grant (as Charles Rogers)
 1927 Wings
Jack Powell (as Charles Rogers)
 1926 So's Your Old Man
Kenneth Murchison
 1926 More Pay - Less Work
Willia Hinchfield (as Charles Rogers)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Hold It! Musical comedy. Music by Gerald Marks. Lyrics by Samuel Lerner. Book by Matt Brooks and Art Arthur. Vocal arrangements by Clay Warnick. Ballet Arrangements by Irma Jurist. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek and Ted Royal. Musical Director and Orchestra Conducting: Clay Warnick. Choreography by Michael Kidd. Directed by... See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 9 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Charles ['Buddy'] Rogers and his California Cavaliers | 'Buddy' Rogers | Buddy Rogers | Charles Buddy Rogers | Charles Rogers | Chas. Buddy Rogers

Height:

6' (1.83 m)
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Trivia:

During the early 1930s he led his own orchestra which featured, among others, an exciting young drummer named Gene Krupa. Rogers himself played the trombone. The band debuted on Broadway in 1932 (in Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.'s "Hot-Cha!"). Rogers himself also enjoyed a reasonably successful solo career in vaudeville, theatre and on radio. See more »

Nickname:

America's Boyfriend

Star Sign:

Leo

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