Charles de Rochefort
|Charles de Rochefort|
7 July 1887|
Port-Vendres, Pyrénées-Orientales, France
|Died||2 February 1952
|Other names||Charles De Roche
Charles de Roche
Charles de Rocheford
Charles de Rochefort (7 July 1887 – 2 February 1952) also known as Charles d'Authier de Rochefort, son of Paul Charles Dominique d'Authier de Rochefort and Camille Caroline Rose Félicité Guelfucci, was a French film actor of the silent era. He appeared in 34 films between 1911 and 1932.
He also directed seven films between 1930 and 1931, including the French-language version of Paramount on Parade (1930), and Magie moderne (1931), a French film about television released as Televisione in Italy, along with five other versions in five different languages. This latter film was produced at the Paramount Pictures studio at Joinville-le-Pont in Paris.
In 1943 he wrote the book Le Film de Mes Souvenirs (Secrets de Vedettes).
- The Mask of Horror (1912)
- Fille du peuple (1920)
- The Spanish Jade (1922)
- The Cheat (1923)
- Hollywood (1923) cameo appearance
- The Marriage Maker (1923)
- The Ten Commandments (1923)
- Shadows of Paris (1924)
- Madame Sans-Gene (1925) with Gloria Swanson
- Paramount en parade (1930) director; French-language version of Paramount on Parade
- Magie moderne (1931) co-director with Dimitri Buchowetzki; other versions released by Paramount: in Dutch (De Sensatie van de Toekomst), Italian (Televisione), Swedish (Tradlost och karleksfullt), Polish (Swiat bez grnic), Czech (Svet bez hranic), and Romanian (Televiziune) versions
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