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Chief Caupolican (1876–1968)

Chief Caupolican was born on October 11, 1876 in Temuco, Chile as Emile Barrangon. He was an actor, known for Whoopee! (1930). He died on January 31, 1968 in Seattle, Washington, USA. See full bio »

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 1930 Whoopee! (performer: "The Song of the Setting Sun" (1930) - uncredited)

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Was the first Native American to sing major roles with the Metropolitan Opera. He made his debut with the company in the role of Hans in Weis-Leon's "The Polish Jew" on March 9, 1921, a role he repeated twice more. He also sang the role of Tonio in Leoncavallo's "I Pagliacci" and in three Sunday night concert performances during his two seasons with the company, 1920 - 1922. See more »

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