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Robert Coleby

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Robert Coleby (born 1947) is a British actor who has spent most of his career in Australia. Active since the 1970s, he has over 70 film and television credits to his name. Coleby has acted on stage in numerous productions for the Queensland Theatre Company in Brisbane.

Biography

Coleby is married to Lena Coleby; their children are Australian actors Anja Coleby and Conrad Coleby.

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Scott Hicks
Scott Hicks
(1 films)
John Stainton
John Stainton
(1 films)
Rod Mullinar
Rod Mullinar
(3 films)
Roel Reiné
Roel Reiné
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Robert Coleby (24 films)

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Tracks (2013)
, 1h52
Directed by John Curran
Origin Australie
Genres Drama, Biography, Adventure
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver, Emma Booth, Jessica Tovey, Rainer Bock, Robert Coleby
Roles Pop
Rating71% 3.5991153.5991153.5991153.5991153.599115
In 1977, Robyn Davidson travels from Alice Springs across 2,700 kilometers (1,700 miles) of Australian deserts to the Indian Ocean with her dog and four camels. National Geographic photographer Rick Smolan documents her journey.
Bad Behaviour, 1h30
Actors John Jarratt, Lindsay Farris, Robert Coleby, Roger Ward, Jean Kittson
Roles Clive
Rating40% 2.002322.002322.002322.002322.00232
The film chronicles the intersecting storylines of a variety of characters using a Nonlinear narrative. Emma and Peterson are two sociopathic siblings who drift into the sleepy coastal town of Cecil Bay, on the run from the brutal gangster, Voyte Parker (Roger Ward). Over the course of the film, Senior Constable Richard 'Ricky' Bartlett (John Jarratt) is driven violently insane, his partner, Constable Mark Brown (Dwaine Stevenson) is confronted and consumed with his wife's infidelity. Final year high school students, Chaar, Matt, Candice, Danny and Sam just want to party.
The Marine 2, 1h35
Directed by Roel Reiné
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Adventure
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films
Actors Temuera Morrison, Lara Cox, Michael Rooker, Robert Coleby
Roles Darren Conner
Rating50% 2.504872.504872.504872.504872.50487
Joe Linwood (Ted DiBiase) of the United States Marine Corps attempts to rescue his wife Robin and other guests from a hotel which has been taken over by a gang of bloodthirsty terrorists. The Linwoods are vacationing at the lavish Thailand resort when the terrorists invade during the hotel's grand opening. Joe escapes the initial onslaught and must find a way to save his wife and the other hostages.
The Marine
The Marine (2006)
, 1h32
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Adventure
Themes Political films
Actors Robert Patrick, John Cena, Kelly Carlson, Jeff Chase, Manu Bennett, Anthony Ray Parker
Rating47% 2.3534552.3534552.3534552.3534552.353455
In Iraq, John Triton (John Cena) of the United States Marine Corps is closing in on an al-Qaeda hideout, where a group of terrorists are preparing to behead several hostages. Disregarding direct orders to wait for reinforcement, Triton attacks the extremists and rescues the hostages. The next morning, his colonel informs Triton that he is being honorably discharged.
The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course, 1h30
Directed by John Stainton
Genres Action, Adventure
Themes Films about animals, Films about films, Spy films, Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Steve Irwin, Terri Irwin, Magda Szubanski, David Wenham, Aden Young, Steve Bastoni
Roles Dr. Weinberger
Rating54% 2.700932.700932.700932.700932.70093
In outer space, a United States-owned satellite blows up and one of the last remaining pieces, a beacon, is sent hurdling towards Earth where it lands in Australia, only to be swallowed by a crocodile. Back at the CIA, Agent Buckwhiler and Deputy Director Reynolds reveal that, in the wrong hands, the beacon can change the axis of power in the world, so they send two agents, Robert Wheeler and Vaughn Archer, down to Australia to retrieve the beacon. Department Director Ansell also secretly hires an operative of his own, Jo Buckley, to go and retrieve the beacon before Wheeler and Archer, so Ansell can take Reynolds' job.
Curse of the Talisman, 1h32
Origin USA
Genres Horror
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Jesse Spencer, Robert Coleby, Tempany Deckert, Gus Mercurio, Rod Mullinar
Roles Museum Curator
Rating36% 1.801321.801321.801321.801321.80132
Boy has difficulty getting a drivers license and works in new age bookstore. Boy meets girl, in school. Boy hides stolen religious artifacts from Yorkshire for hippie poet bookstore owner in parents basement, but is instead bit by a keychain. Boy (Jesse Spencer) and girl (Sara Gleeson) have sweet and gentle first kiss, but soon are being chased by a predatory gargoyle. Long-haired friend and crazy priest pitch in to help save the day, even though no alcohol is consumed. Boy gets license and girl, priest continues quest against E-vil.
The Real Macaw, 1h31
Directed by Mario Andreacchio
Themes Films about animals, Films about birds
Actors Jamie Croft, Deborra-Lee Furness, John Waters, Jason Robards, John Goodman, Robert Coleby
Roles Mr. St. John

An ancient talking macaw named Mac, a blue and gold macaw becomes the saving grace for an elderly man threatened with a nursing home, when it is discovered that the talking bird knows the whereabouts of a buried treasure from its day with a pirate. His grandson decides to go off on the hunt only to discover that a resort now exists where the treasure is buried.
The Phantom, 1h40
Directed by Simon Wincer
Origin USA
Genres Action, Adventure
Themes Superhero films, Super-héros inspiré de comics
Actors Billy Zane, Treat Williams, Kristy Swanson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, James Remar, Patrick McGoohan
Roles Capt. Philip Horton
Rating49% 2.4504252.4504252.4504252.4504252.450425
In the early 16th century, a young boy witnesses his father's death at the hands of Kabai Sengh during an attack on their ship by the ruthless Sengh Brotherhood. He is washed ashore on an island called Bengalla and found on the beach by tribesman who take him to their village. There he is given the Skull Ring and swears to devote his life to the destruction of piracy, greed, cruelty and injustice. In adulthood, he adopts the identity of "The Phantom", a masked avenger. The role of The Phantom is passed on from father to son through centuries, leading people to believe in a single, immortal figure and accordingly to nickname him "The Ghost Who Walks" and "The Man Who Never Dies".
In Pursuit of Honor, 1h29
Directed by Ken Olin
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Action, Western
Themes Films about animals, Environmental films, Films about horses, Political films
Actors Don Johnson, Craig Sheffer, Gabrielle Anwar, Bob Gunton, Rod Steiger, James Sikking
Roles Sgt. James Shattuck
Rating72% 3.643933.643933.643933.643933.64393
The movie opens in 1932 when World War I veterans are protesting and rallying in Washington D.C. for war bonuses they were promised but never received from the government, a true event known as the Bonus March. U.S. cavalry and infantry are present for crowd control. The mounted cavalry is ordered by Major John Hardesty (Bob Gunton), to present their sabers in order to hold back the protesters. First Sergeant John "Top" Libbey (Don Johnson), along with three fellow soldiers, refuse to draw their swords because the demonstrators were men they served with during the war. As a consequence, their military careers are tarnished and they are relegated to duty at a remote post in the American Southwest.
Prisoner of Zenda, 49minutes
Genres Comedy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Political films, Films about royalty
Actors Robert Coleby
Roles (voice)
Rating52% 2.6290052.6290052.6290052.6290052.629005
On his deathbed, the king of Ruritania announces to his two twin sons, Rudolph and Michael, that he must chose one of them to be the future king of Ruritania following their father's death. The king believes that his youngest son Rudolph is more fit to be king than Michael, and so chooses him for the throne. Rudolph is shocked with his father's decision and Michael is outraged and angry. Following his father's death, "Black Michael", as he is known to some of the villagers, gathers his minions and expresses his anger at his father's decision, which he believes to be foolish. He recalls that his father had mentioned that he, Michael, should be king, if and when his brother died; thus, he begins to devise a plan to cause Rudolph's death. Michael's wife, Princess Antoinette, is shocked after hearing her beloved husband speak ill of his dead father, and even more after hearing of his plot to murder Rudolph. When she confronts him, Michael sends Antoinette away and tells her that if he can't count on her loyalty, she is no longer his wife. Antoinette runs to Rudolph and informs him of Michael's plots; thought at first Rudolph refuses to believe her, Antoinette insists. Following one of Rudolph's plans to ensure his own safety, Princess Antoinette travels to London, where he meets another young man, by the name of Rudolph, who looks remarkably and exactly like the king-to-be of Ruritania. Princess Antoinette brings the new Rudolph to Ruritania, hoping that he may help her and Rudolph to be safe from Michael. Rudolph, who still trusts his brother, accepts an invitation from Michael, who offers him a drink. Pretending that his intentions were to congratulate Rudolph stepping up to the throne, Michael drugs his brother causing him to enter a deep coma, only a few days prior to his coronation. The new Rudolph proposes to accept the crown himself, so that Prince Rudolph will step up to the throne as soon as he comes out from his state of unconsciousness. When Michael learns of this, he kidnapps the prince and takes him away to the Castle Zenda, where he intends to murder him. Antoinette and Rudolph come up with a plan to surprise Michael and his minions at Zenda and thus rescue the prince. When they defeat Michael, the young prince Rudolph becomes the king of Ruritania and takes his father's place at last.
Great Expectations: The Untold Story, 1h42
Directed by Tim Burstall
Themes Films about children
Actors Sigrid Thornton, Anne-Louise Lambert, John Stanton, Robert Coleby, Todd Boyce, Ron Haddrick AM
Roles Compeyson
Rating65% 3.2952753.2952753.2952753.2952753.295275
Magwitch is sentenced to life in New South Wales. He is put on a chain gang run by Solomon Tooth and eventually amasses a fortune.