JOHN SAXON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 26010
JOHN SAXON The actor signs a note to radio personality George Sanders on a 7¾x4¾ sheet of paper with a black and white newspaper photograph of him affixed. Autograph Note signed: "To George/Best Wishes/John Saxon", 7¾x4¾ with 1¼x3 newspaper clipping attached at right.
Sale Price $136.00
The actor signs a note to radio personality George Sanders on a 7¾x4¾ sheet of paper with a black and white newspaper photograph of him affixed.
Autograph Note signed: "To George/Best Wishes/John Saxon", 7¾x4¾ with 1¼x3 newspaper clipping attached at right. Actor John Saxon, born Carmen Orrico in 1935, was discovered by an agent who saw his photograph on the cover of "True Romances" magazine. Saxon, who was noted for his resemblance to actor Marlon Brando, appeared in a number of feature films, beginning in 1956. He has recently been seen on the big screen in Outta Time (2002), The Road Home (2003) and Genghis Khan (2004), and his other film credits include The Electric Horseman (1979) and Beverly Hills Cop III (1994). Saxon found fans on the small screen as well, appearing in made-for-TV movies, several miniseries, including Once an Eagle (1976), and he was a regular in such series as The Bold Ones (1969-1972), Falcon Crest (1981-1982, 1986-1988), Dynasty (1982-1984) and Another World (1985-1986). George R. Sanders, originally a disc jockey, became a prominent radio/TV interview host, first in Los Angeles and later in Portland. Staple holes at upper left margin. Jagged at left margin. Fine condition.
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