From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Harry Crocker (July 2, 1893 - May 23, 1958) was an American film star of the 1920s and who starred in Charlie Chaplin's The Circus in 1928. He was a Los Angeles Examiner newsman. Description above from the Wikipedia article Harry Crocker, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
|Movie||Unknown Chaplin||Himself & In Out-Takes||1983-01-05|
|Movie||The Great Jewel Robber||Commentator (uncredited)||1950-07-15|
|Movie||Dancing in the Dark||Master of Ceremonies||1949-12-02|
|Movie||A Song for Miss Julie||John Firbank||1945-02-19|
|Movie||The Great John L.||Arthur Brisbane||1945-05-25|
|Movie||A Night for Crime||Columnist||1943-02-18|
|Movie||Gentleman Jim||Charles Crocker (uncredited)||1942-11-14|
|Movie||Jack of All Trades||1936-12-30|
|Movie||A Warm Corner||Joseph||1930-09-29|
|Movie||The Circus||Rex, A Tight Rope Walker / Disgruntled Property Man / Clown||1928-01-06|
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