Jimmy Rogers

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Birthday: Jul 25, 1915
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The second-oldest son of humorist Will Rogers, Jimmy Rogers made his screen debut at age six in his dad's Doubling for Romeo. In 1941, Jimmy Rogers was hired by producer Hal Roach to co-star with Noah Beery Jr. in a trio of comedy-Western "streamliners." During the 1943-1944 film season, he was a regular in United Artists' Hopalong Cassidy series. Though Jimmy Rogers didn't care all that much for the movies, he welcomed the opportunity to ride the horses supplied to him by the studios, and after the cessation of his brief film career, he established a profitable horse ranching business in Bakersfield, CA.



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