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Harry Crocker (1893–1958)

Harry Crocker was born on July 2, 1893 in San Francisco, California, USA as Henry Joseph Crocker. He is known for his work on The Circus (1928), Tillie the Toiler (1927) and Becky (1927). He died on May 23, 1958 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California. See full bio »

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 1952 Limelight
Music Hall Patron (uncredited)
 1950 The Great Jewel Robber
Commentator (uncredited)
 1949 Dancing in the Dark
Master of Ceremonies (uncredited)
 1946 Night and Day
Newspaperman (uncredited)
 1945 The Great John L.
Arthur Brisbane
 1945 A Song for Miss Julie
John Firbank
 1943 A Night for Crime
 1942 Gentleman Jim
Charles Crocker (uncredited)
 1941 H.M. Pulham, Esq.
Bob Ridge (uncredited)
 1936 Jack of All Trades (uncredited)
 1930 A Warm Corner
Joseph (as Henry Crocker)
 1928 Show People
Harry Crocker (uncredited)
 1928 The Circus
Rex - A Tight Rope Walker
 1927 South Sea Love
Bob Bernard
 1927 Becky
John Carroll Estabrook
 1927 Sally in Our Alley
Chester Drake
 1927 Tillie the Toiler
Pennington Fish
 1926 La Boheme
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1925 The Big Parade
Doughboy (uncredited)
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Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (2 credits)
Show Show Writer (1 credit)
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At one time, Crocker operated the The Harry Crocker Museum, self-described as "The First Museum Dedicated To Famous Movie Props," which was located along Sunset Boulevard. The museum included props, costumes and pieces of sets and models from major silent films. The museum opened in 1928, but little else in known about it. See more »

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