|Babes in Toyland||Director||n/a||4|
|The Billion Dollar Scandal||Producer||n/a||3|
|Air Raid Wardens||Screenwriter||n/a||1|
|A Chump at Oxford||Screenwriter||n/a||1|
|Saps at Sea||Screenwriter||n/a||1|
|The Devil's Brother||Actor||n/a||7|
|Tit For Tat||1934||Director||n/a||4|
|Way Out West||1936||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|The Flying Deuces||1938||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Way Out West||1936||From Story||n/a||1|
|The Flying Deuces||1938||From Story||n/a||1|
|Father submitted photograph to Famous Players-Lasky nationwide talent search; one of 20 selected for a screen test|
|Chosen by Paramount to take a six-month training course for actors|
|Starred in the first Oscar-winning Best Picture, the silent "Wings"; second feature directed by William Wellman; also starred Clara Bow|
|Replaced Donald Woods as Lupe Velez's husband in the "Mexican Spitfire" movies, acting in "Mexican Spitfire's Baby"; also acted in "Mexican Spitfire at Sea" and "Mexican Spitfire Sees a Ghost" (both 1942)|
|Asked to be released from Paramount contract; formed first in a series of orchestras with musicians Johnny Green and Gene Krupa and singers Mary Martin and Marilyn Maxwell; reportedly Pickford provided some of the financing for the band|
|Acted in movie musical, "Take a Chance"|
|Played playboy son of George Barbier in Edward Ludwig's fluffy musical, "Old Man Rhythm"|
|Produced Douglas Sirk's "Sleep, My Love"; Pickford also produced after 12 years away from films|
|Returned to screen after six year absence, "An Innocent Affair/Don't Trust Your Husband"|
|First producing credits, two movies directed by Reginald LeBorg, "Little Iodine" and "Susie Steps Out" (also produced LeBorg's "Adventures of Don Coyote" 1947)|
|Film debut, "Fascinating Youth"; alongside other winners of the talent search|
|First time headlining a movie, "Varsity"; also his first talkie, it contained 13 minutes of dialogue, mostly in the last 10 minutes of the film|
|Reteamed with Wellman for "Young Eagles", once again playing a WWI American pilot|
|Final screen appearance, "The Parson and the Outlaw"; also produced|
|Produced Cy Enfield's "Stork Bites Man"|
|Acted opposite future wife Mary Pickford in "My Best Girl" (Pickford's last silent movie)|
|University of Kansas|
|Rogers and Pickford were two of the early donors to the Motion Picture and Television Home.|
|He has an award named after him that is presented by the Hollywood Women's Press Club.|
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