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George Rosener



A veteran of tent and medicine shows, vaudeville, and stock companies, Brooklyn-born George Rosener claimed to have appeared in and/or directed more than 200 plays. He left show business to become a staff writer with the New York World in the early 1910s but was soon back on the boards, appearing in or co-writing such plays as the original Artists and Models and, with star Dorothy Donnelly, My Maryland. His later Broadway success Speakeasy became an early talkie for Fox and Rosener began his association with motion pictures writing and directing dialogue scenes, notably for the 1932 Warner Bros. Technicolor hit Doctor X, in which he also played the butler, Otto. He went on to appear in countless small supporting roles, often playing stern officials, but would occasionally accept a writing assignment, including the 1937 Columbia serial Jungle Menace.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The Wild Girl
  • Screenwriter
2013
No Score Yet City of Missing Girls
  • Officer Dugan
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet I'll Sell My Life
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet In Old Cheyenne
  • Sam Drummond
1941
No Score Yet The Carson City Kid
  • Tucker
1940
80% Abe Lincoln in Illinois
  • Dr. Chandler
1940
No Score Yet The Great Commandment
  • Merchant
1939
No Score Yet Fifth Avenue Girl
  • Actor
1939
No Score Yet In Name Only
  • Dr. Hastings, Hotel Doctor
1939
No Score Yet Confessions of a Nazi Spy
  • Klauber
1939
No Score Yet Hitler -- Beast of Berlin
  • Wunderlich
1939
No Score Yet Fighting Mad
  • Screenwriter
1939
No Score Yet Sh! The Octopus
  • Capt. Hook
1937
No Score Yet Super-Sleuth
  • Policeman
1937
No Score Yet New Faces of 1937
  • Doorman
1937
No Score Yet Park Avenue Logger
  • Mat O'Shea
1937
No Score Yet The Case of the Black Cat
  • Ashton
1936
No Score Yet House of Secrets
  • Hector Munson
1936
No Score Yet Ellis Island
  • Kedrick
1936
No Score Yet Goodbye Love
  • Screenwriter
1933
75% Doctor X
  • Otto, Dr. X's butler
1932
No Score Yet Doorway to Hell
  • Screenwriter
1930

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