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Charles Crockett (I) (1870–1934)

Charles Crockett was born on December 29, 1870 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He was an actor, known for Abraham Lincoln (1930), The Vanishing American (1925) and Guilty Hands (1931). He died on June 12, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln Sheriff
(1930)
The Vanishing American
The Vanishing American Amos Halliday
(1925)
Guilty Hands
Guilty Hands H.G. Smith
(1931)
The Gingham Girl
The Gingham Girl Pat O'Day
(1927)

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 1934 The Cat and the Fiddle
Rudy's Secretary (uncredited)
 1934 You Can't Buy Everything
Committee Man (uncredited)
 1930 Ex-Flame
Parson
 1927 Arizona Bound
John Winslow
 1926 The Last Lap (Short)
Dean Maxwell
 1926/I Making Good (Short)
Dean Maxwell
 1926 Into Her Kingdom
Senov (a carnival fakir)
 1925 The Vanishing American
Amos Halliday
 1925 Winds of Chance
Jerry
 1925 Daddy's Gone A-Hunting
Mr. Smith
 1924 Sundown
Joe Patton
 1924 The Millionaire Cowboy
Granville Truce
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Stage actor.

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Alternate Names:

Charles B. Crockett
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Capricorn

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