Internet, http://www.cnn.com/US/9901/04/obit.cody/index.html, 2004-11-30
Information trouvée : January 4, 1999 - Iron Eyes Cody, the "Crying Indian" whose tearful face in 1970s
television commercials became a powerful symbol of the anti-littering campaign, died
Monday. He was born in Oklahoma, but the exact date of birth wasn't known. Reference
books give various dates, from 1904 to 1915. Based on his credits, his most likely
date of birth was 1907. He was born in Oklahoma, but the exact date of birth wasn't
known. Reference books give various dates, from 1904 to 1915. Based on his credits,
his most likely date of birth was 1907. Cody followed his Cherokee Indian father,
Thomas Long Plume, as a performer in circuses and Wild West shows and made his first
film appearance as an extra in the 1919 silent "Back to God's Country." Cody went
on to appear in more than 80 films in Indian roles; often his character was listed
as simply "Indian," "Indian Chief" or "Indian Joe." In one film, "Perils of Nyoka"
in 1942, he had an uncredited role as "Arab."
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