James Iglehart

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James Iglehart
Other names James Iglehardt
James Iglehart
Jim Iglehart
Occupation Actor
Years active 1969–1978

James Iglehart is a former American actor who appeared in a six films during the 1970s and was the leading actor in the 1973 blaxploitation film Savage!.

Iglehart also had a role as the violent womanizing Randy Black in the Russ Meyer directed 1970 film Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. In 1971 he had a role as Clay Rutherford in The Seven Minutes, which also featured Ron Randell, John Carradine and an up-and-coming Tom Selleck.[1] Then he starred alongside Scott Glenn and Gary Busey in a violent biker exploitation flick, Angels Hard as They Come, a film that also featured Sharon Peckinpah the daughter of director Sam Peckinpah.[2]

In 1973 and 1974 he had lead roles as Cal Jefferson in Bamboo Gods And Iron Men, a Filipino Martial arts/blaxploitation film. In 1978 he appeared Death Force, his last role alongside Carmen Argenziano and Felton Perry.



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