Tote Du Crow
Tote Du Crow
|Died||12 December 1927 68–69)(aged|
His brother was Dan Du Cote, who became a circus clown. As children, the pair ran away from their Watsonville, California, home to join the circus. Tote Du Crow also gained fame as a circus clown before he became an actor.
He played 36 minor roles from 1915 until his death. His last film is The Blue Streak from 1926.
- The Americano (1916) as Alberto de Castille
- The Fighting Trail (1917)
- Rimrock Jones (1918)
- Treasure of the Sea (1918)
- The Ghost Flower (1918)
- Hugon, The Mighty (1918)
- The Prospector's Vengeance (1920)
- Hair Trigger Stuff (1920)
- The Rattler's Hiss (1920)
- The Moon Riders (1920)
- The Mark of Zorro (1920) as Bernardo, Zorro's deaf/mute assistant
- The White Horseman (1921)
- The Vermilion Pencil (1922)
- The Pride of Palomar (1922)
- The Social Buccaneer (1923)
- Thundergate (1923)
- The Thief of Bagdad (1924)
- Little Robinson Crusoe (1924)
- The Saddle Hawk (1925)
- Don Q, Son of Zorro (1925) as Bernardo
- Spook Ranch (1925)
- The Blue Streak (1926)
- Lee, Ann (10 June 1928). "Circus Time Brings Memories to Famous Clown of Yesteryear". The Pittsburgh Press. The Pittsburgh Press. p. 16. Retrieved 30 March 2018 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Screenings". Muncie Evening Press. Indiana, Muncie. 8 March 1924. p. 2. Retrieved 30 March 2018 – via Newspapers.com.