Maclean Rogers

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Birthday: Jul 13, 1899
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British director Maclean P. Rogers concentrated on low-budget regional comedies and pulp-novel melodramas. Rogers scripted many of his films, and, on at least one occasion (1940's Garrison Follies), served as producer. Active from 1929 to 1962, he directed several entries in the low-comedy Gert and Daisy series, and also such radio-serial adaptations as Salute the Toff (1947) and Calling Paul Temple (1948). One of Maclean P. Rogers' 1950s directorial efforts, the Goon Show extravaganza Down Among the Z Men (1952), later enjoyed a healthy second life on the videocassette market.

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No Score Yet Down Among the Z Men (Stand Easy) (The Goon Show Movie) Director 1952
No Score Yet Hammer the Toff Director 1952
No Score Yet Brighthaven Express (Salute the Toff) Director 1951
No Score Yet Old Mother Riley's Jungle Treasure Director 1951
No Score Yet Calling Paul Temple Director 1948

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