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 philanthropist William Henry Crocker, president of Crocker National Bank.
Elizabeth Jenns in late 1936. [2 ] [3 ]
He was Chaplin's personal assistant until he was fired 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."
^ Marshall Kester (December 6, 1936). "Film Veteran Holds Spotlight at Elaborate Testimonial Fete". Los Angeles Times. p. D14.
^ "Wedding Plans Told by Cable: Harry Crocker and Actress to Seal Troth". Los Angeles Times. October 15, 1936. p. A8.
^ "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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