Sam E. Rork
|Died||July 24, 1933 (aged 62–63)|
|Children||Ann Rork Light|
|Relatives||John Paul Getty Jr. (grandson)|
Gordon Getty (grandson)
John Paul Getty III (great-grandson)
Mark Getty (great-grandson)
Andrew Getty (great-grandson)
Sam E. Rork (1870 – July 24, 1933) was an American silent film producer.
He moved to Los Angeles, California with Mack Sennett, for whose company, Mack Sennett Enterprises, he worked. He later worked as a producer for First National. He then set up his own film producer company, Sam E. Rork Productions, and produced eight films.
He produced Clothes Make the Pirate in 1925. A year later, in 1926, he produced Old Loves and New and The Blonde Saint. In 1927, he produced The Notorious Lady, A Texas Steer, and The Prince of Headwaiters. In 1932, he was the associate producer of Call Her Savage.
He died on July 24, 1933 in Hollywood, California.
- Turner Classic Movies: Sam E. Rork
- British Film Institute: Sam E. Rork Productions
- Alan Gevinson, Within Our Gates: Ethnicity in American Feature Films, 1911-1960, Oakland, California: University of California Press, 1997, p. 155 
- Associated Press, Ann Rork Light, Former Actress, 79, The New York Times, January 25, 1988
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