Alfred Møller

Actor - Danmark
Born September 25, 1864 in Aalborg
Died September 26, 1922

Alfred Møller was born on September 25, 1864 in Aalborg. He was a Danish Actor, known for Det elektriske Pengeskab (1917), Blomsterpigens Hævn (1918), Flyverspionen (1915), Alfred Møller's first movie on record is from 1913. Alfred Møller died on September 26, 1922. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.

Alfred Møller Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [02.03] største i verden (Cast), Directed by Holger-Madsen, with Henrik Malberg, Lili Bech, ,
1920: [06.01] Det døde Skib (Adrift) (Cast: Harry Carrel, Franks onkel), Directed by A.W. Sandberg, with Valdemar Psilander, Robert Schmidt,
1919: [02.27] Kærlighedsleg (Cast: James Stone, forvalter), Directed by A.W. Sandberg, with Valdemar Psilander, Arne Weel, Gudrun Houlberg,
1918: [02.11] Blomsterpigens Hævn (Cast: Bankdirektør Steinmark), Directed by Hjalmar Davidsen, with Thorleif Lund, Erik Holberg,
1917: [09.23] Den mystiske tjener (Cast: James Morrison, rentier), Directed by A.W. Sandberg, with Gunnar Tolnæs, ,
1917: [07.23] Skriget fra Djævlekløften (Cast), Directed by Alexander Christian, with Philip Bech, Ellen Rassow, Anker Kreutz,
1917: [05.04] Det elektriske Pengeskab (Cast), Directed by N. N., with , Peter Malberg, ,
1915: [01.18] Flyverspionen (Cast: Dubois), Directed by Alexander Larsen, with Thilda Fønss, Hilmar Clausen,
1914: [00.00] Et Gensyn (Cast: Godsejer Silenius), Directed by N. N., with Gyda Aller, August Falck,
1913: [11.05] Scenens børn (Cast: Teaterdirektøren), Directed by Bjørn Bjørnson, with Bjørn Bjørnson, Bodil Ipsen, Adam Poulsen,

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