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Pete Gill
   has played drums in   
Saxon
Biff Byford
   has been a vocalist in   
Saxon
Saxon
   has the capital   
Dresden (East)
On, Saxon Warriors
   is the fight song of   
Alfred University
Germany
   is the location of   
Saxon Switzerland National Park
Enter the Dragon (1973)
   starred   
Bruce Lee and John Saxon
Director: Robert Clouse. Also starred Jim Kelly as Williams. Possibly the most prolific fight scene in a film between two bugs.
Joe Kidd (1972)
   starred   
Clint Eastwood, Robert Duvall & John Saxon
Director: John Sturges. Also starred Don Stroud, James Wainwright & Dick Van Patten
Low Saxon
   for "My name is":   
Ick Heet _____
Germany
1874
   winner was   
Saxon
George Barbee up, Trainer: W. Prior, Owner: Pierre Lorillard IV -- 2:39.50
Mitchell (1975)
   starred   
Joe Don Baker, Martin Balsam and John Saxon
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen. Also starred Linda Evans, Merlin Olsen & Morgan Paull. Plot: A detective goes after big-time drug dealers.
Enter the Dragon (1973)
      
Bruce Lee, John Saxon and Kien Shih
Bruce Lee repeatedly kicking butt.
Sir Walter Scott
   created the character   
Cedrick the Saxon
Ivanhoe, 1819
Steve Dawson
   played bass guitar in   
Saxon
English, founding member, Heavy Metal
Lower Saxony, Germany
   has this flag:   

A State
The Night Caller (1965)
   starred   
John Saxon, Alfred Burke and Patricia Haines
Director: John Gilling. Also starred Maurice Denham, Ballard Berkeley & John Carson. Plot: The inhabitants of Ganymede need to find mates from another world or they will become extinct.
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
   starred   
John Saxon, Ronee Blakley and Heather Langenkamp
Director: Wes Craven. Also starred Amanda Wyss, Jsu Garcia & Johnny Depp. Plot: In the dreams of his victims, a specteral child murderer stalks the children of the members of the lynch mob that killed him.
God’s Acre
   is located in   
Herrnhut Saxony, Germany
Traditional name given to the graveyards of Congregations of the Moravian Church
Otto II the Red
   of the   
House of Liudofing (Saxon)
961-967 - The third ruler of the Saxon or Ottonian dynasty. Was murdered by the hands of a jealous husband of one of his lovers.
829
   represents   
Old English (Anglo-Saxon)
John Frederick I, Elector of Saxony
   had the sobriquet   
Champion of the Reformation
Muscovy, Saxony, Crested, Pekin
   are all   
Ducks
Sachsen (Saxonia)
   is located in   
Germany
Muller-Thurgau
Germany
   is the location of   
Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park
Henry II
   of the   
House of Liudofing (Saxon)
1002-1014 - He was the only German king to be canonised.
Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
   has this flag:   

A State
Otto III
   of the   
House of Liudofing (Saxon)
983-996 - Otto made Rome the administrative center of his empire and revived elaborate Roman customs and Byzantine court ceremonies.
Henry I the Fowler
   of the   
House of Liudofing (Saxon)
919-936 - Gained his epithet because he was allegedly fixing his birding nets when messengers arrived to inform him that he was to be king.
429
   represents   
Old English (Anglo-Saxon)
Otto I the Great
   of the   
House of Liudofing (Saxon)
936-962 - Claimed that he was the successor to Charlemagne.
Saxon-Anhalt
   has the capital   
Magdeburg (East)






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