Philadelphia Inquirer: Pepito the Spanish Clown and Girl Partner at the Fox Theater (1928)

Tuesday, July 17, 1928

Pepito, known as the “clown quince of humor,” sometimes was amusing and showed cleverness in hia use of a pair of wooden spoons and his ability to provide a doll with a head out of his fist and a little paint.  His girl partner, whose name deserved mention*, showed astonishing ability as a contortionist and could fold herself into any number of fantastic shapes.

*Pepito’s unnamed girl partner was Margaret Janet Zettler, aka Joanne Perez.

SourceThe Philadelphia Inquirer, July 17, 1928, page 18.

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