John Phillip Law Overview:

Actor, John Phillip Law, was born on Sep 7, 1937 in Los Angeles, CA. Phillip Law died at the age of 70 on May 13, 2008 in Los Angeles, CA .



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Barbarella: [as Pygar flies away from the ruins of SoGo, with Barbarella under one arm and the Great Tyrant under the other] Pygar! Why did you save her, after all the terrible things she did to you?
Pygar: [serenely] An angel has no memory.

Pygar: An angel does not make love, an angel *is* love.

Stash: If you're nothin', you really are somethin'. You dig? Boy, how I wish I could be nothing.
Darlene Banks: What?
Stash: Nothing.

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John Phillip Law Facts
Frequent & favoured guest at the Playboy Mansion in the 70s & 80s.

He got his first career break in the motion picture The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming (1966). His most memorable career project was performing in the movie Barbarella (1968) with actress Jane Fonda.

The tall and handsome blond '60s and '70s actor, son of a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy, was best known for playing silent, mysterious types on film, including the object of Rod Steiger's affection in The Sergeant (1968), but also appeared in a numerous Italian movies both before and after his Hollywood peak.

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