Charles E. Roberts

Active - 1932 - 1952  |   Genres - Comedy, Action

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American writer/director Charles E. Roberts spent most of his career at RKO Radio, where he began in the short-subjects department in the 1930s. Working up the ranks, Roberts was assigned to write screenplays for RKO's B-feature unit. Among other assignments, he penned six of the studio's Mexican Spitfire entries, and was credited as director of the 1940 Leon Errol vehicle Hurry, Charlie, Hurry. In a rare excursion to Columbia Pictures, Charles E. Roberts collaborated on the screenplay for Mae West's 1943 comeback feature The Heat's On.

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