Charles Croker-King
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Charles Croker-King
Carol Dempster and Croker-King in One Exciting Night 1922.

Charles Croker-King (30 April 1873, Rock Helm, Yorkshire - 25 October 1951, Dorset) was a British stage and film actor.[1]


Year Title Role Notes
1920 A Question of Trust Governor of Maritas
1920 The Tavern Knight Gregory Ashburn
1921 The Priory School Duke of Holderness Short
1921 The Four Just Men Thery
1922 The Experiment Philip Abingdon
1922 One Exciting Night The Neighbor
1936 The White Angel Mr. Nightingale
1936 The Crime of Dr. Forbes Dean Lewis
1936 Stage Struck Alexander Uncredited
1936 Libeled Lady Charles Archibald - Allenbury's Lawyer Uncredited
1936 The Charge of the Light Brigade Lord Cardigan Uncredited
1936 Pigskin Parade Prof. Pillsbury Uncredited
1936 Lloyd's of London Willoughby
1937 45 Fathers Harwick Uncredited, (final film role)


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