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John Saxon

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Happy birthday to John Saxon. He turned 84 on 8/5/2019.

Happy birthday to John Saxon. He turned 84 on 8/5/2019.

Actor John Saxon

Saxon has had a LONG career in both TV and movies. Starring in many cult classics such as "Enter The Dragon", "Planet of Blood" (aka "Queen of Blood"), "Joe Kidd", "Battle Beyond the Stars" and the original "Nightmare on Elm Street." He's also been in many TV series, including "The Six Million Dollar Man" "Falcon Crest" and many others. I've seen SO MANY of his movies and TV shows growing up. I'm a huge fan of "Planet of Blood" though; that one scared the bejeezus out of me when I was a…

John Saxon

Yugoslavian postcard by Izrada Nas Glas, Smederevo, no. 163. American actor John Saxon (1935) worked on over 200 film and TV projects during the span of seven decades. John Saxon was born Carmine Orrico in Brooklyn, New York, in 1935. He is the son of immigrants from Calabria, Italy. He studied acting with famous acting coach Stella Adler. Wikipedia: "According to Robert Hofler's 2005 biography, The Man Who Invented Rock Hudson: The Pretty Boys and Dirty Deals of Henry Willson, agent Willson…

John Saxon, Vintage Actor by John Springfield

John Saxon, Vintage Actor Painting by John Springfield

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A Nightmare On Elm Street star John Saxon dies aged 83

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Actor John Saxon and Bob Wall  at the 40th anniversary screening of "Enter the Dragon" presented by the Academy in celebration of the new exhibition "Kick Ass!: Kung Fu Posters from the Stephen Chin Collection"

"Enter the Dragon"

The Academy Unleashes "Enter the Dragon"Furious fists and deadly feet were flying at the Academy on April 17, 2013, with a celebration of martial arts films and a 40th anniversary screening of Bruce Lee’s international breakthrough film, “Enter the Dragon.”The high-octane action movies we know today would be very different without the past five decades of rich and colorful