Jean Rogers
Actress
Jean Rogers
Jean Rogers was an American actress, who is known to have starred in serial films throughout the 1930s as well as low–budgeted feature films in the 1940s as a leading lady. However, she is mostly remembered for her portrayal of the character Dale Arden in the Flash Gordon serial films.
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Das gibt's nur auf der Reeperbahn bei Nacht - WESER-KURIER online
Google News - over 5 years
Zur Freude der Landfrauen, kümmern sich Jean Rogers und Olivias "schwule Ananas" Sven Florijan um die anderen Kieztouristen. Die Mädels aus dem Nordkreis werden also exklusiv von Olivia Jones über die sündigste Meile der Welt geführt
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APNewsBreak: Sept. 11 exhibits planned statewide - Wall Street Journal
Google News - over 5 years
... the state to join with the thousands of families who were directly affected as we pause and reflect on what was lost and how our world has changed," said Tom Rogers, father of flight attendant Jean Rogers, who died on American Airlines Flight 11
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Nuclear Safety Questioned - vision magazine
Google News - over 5 years
“We have waited for the prominent environmental groups, like the Sierra Club or the Environmental Health Coalition, to act,” Jean Rogers stands and tells the group, “but there is this eerie silence.” She talks of how incredible it is that many weeks
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Harvey C. Nix Jr., 71 - BlueRidgeNow.com
Google News - over 5 years
Also survived by his sister, Norma Jean Rogers, and brother, Daniel Nix, and his wife, Debbie, both of Asheville; and brother, Larry Nix, and his wife, Katie, of Rockville, Md. HC was a voracious reader and had expansive knowledge in economics,
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Claude Rogers III - Pocono Record
Google News - over 5 years
He was the husband of the late Jean Rogers. They were married for 60 years. Born Nov. 16, 1926, in Kearny, NJ, he was the son of the late Claude and Hazel (Lands) Rogers. Claude proudly served in the US Navy and subsequently earned an electrical
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MizCheevus: Couple returning after 40 years - Abilene Reporter-News
Google News - over 5 years
Saw Don and Micki Wright; Bill and Lila Senter; Jack and Joy Mergele; Royce and Peggy Manning; Jack and Marjorie Abendschan; Jean Rogers and Mary Len Sweeney. A friend Bruce Byron came to an estate sale to tell MizCheevus that his dear wife Xuefeng
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Connecticut Couple Killed on Final Leg of Nationwide Tour - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Doreen is also survived by her sister and brother-in-law Joan and Ray Woodman and Keith is survived by his brothers and sisters-in-law John and Barbara Rogers, Peter and Gloria Rogers and Paul and Jean Rogers. Interested in a follow-up to this article?
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Local Artists Come to Artist Alley - Southern Pines Pilot
Google News - over 5 years
On Friday, June 3, from 5 to 9 pm, Artist Alley will host local painter Doris Smith and stained glass artist Jean Rogers for a showing of their artwork. Creativity has been a central part of Jean Rogers' life since she was a young girl
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Reed Elsevier Environmental Challenge Winners Announced - PR Newswire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
... Dr. Prasad Modak, Executive President, of India's Environmental Management Centre; Professor Gang Pan, Research Center for Eco-environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Dr. Jean Rogers, Leader of Arup's Americas Sustainability Practice;
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Grand Strand Scoreboard - Myrtle Beach Sun News
Google News - over 5 years
Flight C:Jean Rogers 74; Billie Shelton 78; Dolly Prater 84. Closest to the Pin: Ruth Rein #3. Chip Ins: Ruth Rein #5. Birdies: Donna Phelps #13; Sandy Sposato #4; Marcy Mawby #13. 5/14-Burning Ridge; Judy Melton 26. 5, Linda Keene 27, Becky Jordan 28,
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KATHLEEN MAE GRAY — Benton - Benton Evening News
Google News - over 5 years
Surviving relatives include several cousins, Val Jean Rogers, Carterville, Richard Rogers, Texas, Maxine Giacomo, Mulkeytown, Wanda Mcreaken, Zeigler, Betty Moschino, Benton, Connie Sample, Sesser, Duane White, Pinckneyville, and Naomi Devore, Cairo,
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HAT-wearing ladies have caused a stir on a day trip. - South Devon Herald Express
Google News - almost 6 years
Jean Rogers, or Queen Jean as she is known by members of the group, is the leader of the Torbay chapter and organised the visit. She said the day out was just a bit of fun and didn't really have any purpose. Adding: "The flea market was great fun
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SAN DIEGO A GHOST REGION FOR 10000 YEARS? NUCLEAR SAFETY QUESTIONED AS SAN ... - East County Magazine
Google News - almost 6 years
“We have waited for the prominent environmental groups, like the Sierra Club or the Environmental Health Coalition, to act,” Jean Rogers, stood and told the group, “but there is this eerie silence.” She spoke of how incredible she fond it that weeks
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Οι «πράσινες» κατασκευές προκαλούν την ασφαλιστική βιομηχανία - insuranceworld.gr
Google News - almost 6 years
Jean Rogers, επικεφαλής του τμήματος σχεδιασμού και μηχανικής στη διεθνή εταιρεία Arup, που ηγήθηκε της ομάδας για τη βιωσιμότητα του έργου. Το εγχείρημα αυτό κόστισε 500 εκατ. δολάρια και όπως ανέφερε η επικεφαλής του σχεδιασμού «ήταν σαν να
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Paid Notice: Deaths MACKINNON, ROBERT HAROLD
NYTimes - over 6 years
MacKINNON--Robert Harold. It is with great sadness that Bob MacKinnon's family announces his sudden death from heart failure on July 6, at age 74, in Cape Cod, MA. Survivors include his wife Ilse; daughter Elizabeth Henrici; stepchildren Chase and Peter Livingston; six grandchildren; and four siblings: Lois Davis, Jean Rogers, Richard MacKinnon,
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Paid Notice: Deaths MACKINNON, ROBERT HAROLD
NYTimes - over 6 years
MacKINNON--Robert Harold. It is with great sadness that Bob MacKinnon's family announces his sudden death from heart failure on July 6, at age 74, in Cape Cod, MA. Survivors include his wife Ilse; daughter Elizabeth Henrici; stepchildren Chase and Peter Livingston; six grandchildren; and four siblings: Lois Davis, Jean Rogers, Richard MacKinnon,
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THE VICTIMS; Strangers, Dads, Sisters, Friends
NYTimes - over 14 years
The human toll of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, is still unimaginable: 2,801 killed in the towers of the World Trade Center and in the two airplanes that were flown into them, 125 dead at the Pentagon and 59 aboard the plane that struck it, and 40 passengers and crew members aboard Flight 93 killed when that hijacked plane crashed into a
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Bold Effort Leaves Much Unchanged for the Poor
NYTimes - about 17 years
So, did it work? Whatever else can be said about Wisconsin's crusade to end welfare -- whether one judges it kind or cruel, whether one thinks it left the safety net stronger or in shreds -- the effort achieved two things. It left far fewer people on welfare. It put more people to work. Yet here is the dawning surprise: it may end up making less of
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As Benefits Expire, the Experts Worry
NYTimes - over 17 years
Wisconsin, of all places, suddenly has the jitters about cutting families off welfare. Since 1996, the state's famously tough work rules have swept more than 57,000 families from the rolls and turned a war on welfare into a social experiment commanding international attention. Almost 90 percent of the families that were getting welfare checks three
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jean Rogers
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1991
    Age 74
    She died in Sherman Oaks at the age of 74 in 1991, following surgery.
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  • 1979
    Age 62
    In a 1979 interview, she explained what it was like and why she decided not to play Dale Arden in the third Flash Gordon serial.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1951
    Age 34
    She continued freelancing until retiring in 1951.
    More Details Hide Details Because she starred mainly in low-budget films, she was never a top star.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1943
    Age 26
    Rogers' marriage to Dan Winkler in 1943 followed her being dropped by MGM.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1936
    Age 19
    She played John Wayne's leading lady in the 1936 full-length motion picture Conflict and co-starred with Boris Karloff in the horror film Night Key the following year.
    More Details Hide Details During the 1940s, Rogers appeared solely in feature films, including The Man Who Wouldn't Talk (1940) with Lloyd Nolan, Viva Cisco Kid (1940) with Cesar Romero as the Cisco Kid, Design for Scandal (1941) with Rosalind Russell and Walter Pidgeon, Whistling in Brooklyn (1943) with Red Skelton, A Stranger in Town (1943) with Frank Morgan, Backlash (1947), and Speed to Spare (1948) with Richard Arlen. Still, she was unhappy with the studios, possibly because she was relegated to films on a lower salary. She decided to freelance with companies such as 20th Century Fox and MGM. Her last appearance was in a supporting role in the suspense film The Second Woman, made in 1950 by United Artists.
  • 1935
    Age 18
    Rogers starred in several serials for Universal between 1935 and 1938, including Ace Drummond and Flash Gordon.
    More Details Hide Details Rogers was assigned the role of Dale Arden in the first two Flash Gordon serials. Buster Crabbe and Rogers were perfectly cast as the hero and heroine in the first serial Flash Gordon, and Rogers' beauty, long blonde hair, and revealing costumes endeared her to moviegoers. The evil ruler "Ming the Merciless" (Charles B. Middleton) lusted after her, and Flash Gordon was forced to rescue her from one situation after another. While filming the series in 1937, her costume caught fire and she suffered burns on her hands. Co-star Crabbe smothered the fire by wrapping a blanket on her. In the first serial, Dale competed with Princess Aura (Priscilla Lawson) for Flash Gordon's attention. Rogers' character was fragile, small-chested, diminutive, and totally dependent on Flash Gordon for her survival; Lawson's Princess Aura was domineering, independent, voluptuous, conniving, sly, ambitious, and determined to make Flash her own. The competition for Flash Gordon's attention is one of the highlights of the film. In the second serial, Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars, Jean Rogers sported a totally different look. She had dark hair and wore the same modest costume in each episode. Rogers matured after the first serial, and no sexual overtones are seen in Trip To Mars. Rogers told writer Richard Lamparski that she was not eager to do the second serial and asked her studio to excuse her from the third.
  • 1933
    Age 16
    Rogers was born Eleanor Dorothy Lovegren in Belmont, Massachusetts. Her father was an immigrant from Malmö, Sweden. She had hoped to study art. In 1933, though, she won a beauty contest sponsored by Paramount Pictures, which led to her career in Hollywood.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1916
    Born
    Born on March 25, 1916.
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