Alfred Rolfe (film director)
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- Alfred Rolfe, real name Alfred Roker, was an Australian film director and actor, best known for being the son-in-law of the celebrated actor-manager Alfred Dampier, with whom he appeared frequently on stage, and for his prolific output as a director during Australia's silent era, including Captain Midnight, the Bush King, Captain Starlight, or Gentleman of the Road and The Hero of the Dardanelles. Only one of his films as director survives today.
- also known as Alfred Rokker, Alfred Roker
- born in (153 years ago) in Melbourne
- nationality: Australia
- profession: Actor, film director
- Marriage with Lily Dampier between and (22 years)
- died on (72 years ago) in Sydney
- filmography: played Captain Starlight in "Captain Starlight, or Gentleman of the Road"
- film written: Captain Starlight, or Gentleman of the Road
- films directed:
- The Hero of the Dardanelles
- The Lady Outlaw
- The Crime and the Criminal
- In the Nick of Time
- Captain Midnight, the Bush King
- The Sunny South or The Whirlwind of Fate
- Cupid Camouflaged
- Won on the Post
- Do Men Love Women?
- The Cheat
- The Sin of a Woman
- Caloola, or The Adventures of a Jackeroo
- The Miner's Curse
- The Love Tyrant
- The Moira, or Mystery of the Bush
- Way Outback
- King of the Coiners
- Mates of the Murrumbidgee
- What Women Suffer
- The Day
- Moora Neya, or The Message of the Spear
- The Life of Rufus Dawes
- Whose Was the Hand?
- The Cup Winner
- The Loyal Rebel
- Captain Starlight, or Gentleman of the Road
- Cooee and the Echo
- For the Honour of Australia
- How We Beat the Emden
- Will they Never Come?
- Mates from the Murrumbidgee
- A Man - That's All
- Alfred Rolfe: The Reverend Alfred James Rolfe was an Englishman who emigrated to Australia to pursue a career as a clergyman and teacher, rising to become headmaster of Malvern School in Sydney.
- born on (144 years ago)
- died on (73 years ago)
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