Harry Crocker (July 2, 1893 – May 23, 1958) was an American actor of the 1920s. He appeared in Charlie Chaplin's in 1928. He was a The Circus newsman. Los Angeles Examiner [1 ]
Biography [ edit ]
Crocker was born on July 2, 1893. His grand uncle was
Charles Crocker (1822–1888) who had been a builder of the Central Pacific Railroad [ and his distant cousin was the ] citation needed philanthropist William Henry Crocker, president of Crocker National Bank.
He was Chaplin's personal assistant until he was sacked during the making of Chaplin's
in 1930. He later reconciled with Chaplin and maintained a friendship until the comedian left America in 1952. City Lights
He died on May 23, 1958.
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References [ edit ]
^ a b "Harry Crocker, L.A. Newsman, Dies at 64". . May 24, 1958 Los Angeles Times . Retrieved 2010-07-21. "Harry Crocker, 64, former Los Angeles Examiner columnist, died yesterday at his home, 622 N Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, after being in ill health for the past three years."
^ "Harry Crocker, 64, Dies. Retired Columnist Worked for Los Angeles Examiner". . May 25, 1958 New York Times . Retrieved 2010-07-21.
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