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Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Granville Redmond, and Rob Wagner in A Dog's Life (1918)Poster for "Fair Week" featuring Walter Hiers.Will Rogers on stage with Rob Wagner at far right.Charlie Chaplin and Rob WagnerFrom left, Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance and Rob WagnerRob Wagner in 1938.Rob Wagner on the set of "Two Wagons, Both Covered" in 1923.Charlie Chaplin, second from left, and Rob Wagner, center, etc.Rob Wagner on the set of "Fair Week" in 1924.Charlie Chaplin and Rob WagnerRob Wagner's Script featuring actress June Lockhart in 1941.Rob Wagner, center, preparing to film "Fair Week."Charles Ray, left, and Rob Wagner in 1921.The Artist's Sons (1911)Rob Wagner directing "Fair Week" in 1924.A 1939 issue of Rob Wagner's Script featuring actress Virginia Grey.Florence and Rob Wagner.Rob Wagner, right, with opera singer Lawrence Tibbett, etc.On the set of "The Adventurer" (1917) with Charlie Chaplin, center, Sydney Chaplin, etc.Will Rogers, left, and Rob Wagner on the set of "Our Congressman" in 1924.From left: Hal Roach, Rob Wagner, unknown and Will Rogers, 1923 at the Hal Roach Studios.Rob Wagner, left, and Frank Capra in 1936.Film crew for Fair Week in Pleasanton, California, etc.Rob Wagner
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Rob Wagner moved to Santa Barbara from Detroit in 1906. He settled in Los Angeles about 1909. His first scenario for a film, "The Artist's Sons," was produced by Selig Studios in 1911. Between 1915 and 1918 he wrote a series of articles on the film industry for the Saturday Evening Post. Wagner was Charlie Chaplin's publicity man and confidant for... See full bio »
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