Alf's Button (novel)
In 1920 the book was adapted into a silent film Alf's Button directed by W.P. Kellino. The success of the film significantly boosted the book's sales. Darlington adapted his novel for a 1924 play of the same name. In 1930 a sound film adaptation Alf's Button was released, also directed by Kellino. A third film based on the story Alf's Button Afloat was released in 1938 directed by Marcel Varnel and starring the Crazy Gang and Alastair Sim.
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