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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Many Faces of John Saxon










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5 comments:

Matt-suzaka said...

Ugh, love the Sax. He is a cult film icon in the truest sense. I got to met him a year or two ago, and he was incredibly kind and just as tan. I look liked a ghost next to him!

matango said...

Now I have the Enter the Dragon theme stuck in my head.

Joe Monster said...

Very nice lineup of pics! I had never seen photos of Sax when he was younger. God does he look different. I think he's an example of one of those people who gets better looking as they get older. And I mean that in a totally manly way.

He's going to be at Screamfest this October. I can't wait to meet him! Horror films aside, I'd just be pumped to see him as that white guy who was in Enter the Dragon.

B-Sol said...

Matt, I'm glad your Saxon experience was far better than your Savini one. Long live the Sax!

Joe said...

I just watched him in "The Appaloosa" (photo #4), playing a Mexican ranchero who tortures Marlon Brando. His accent was questionable, but he never lost his cool. Not too long before that, I saw him doing a South African accent, opposite Lance Henriksen in a little-known flick called "The Last Samurai." Man, this guy really gets around! Like Henriksen, he can somehow bring dignity to just about any role.

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