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Redd Foxx

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Chronicled is the life of Redd Foxx (aka John Sanford). Talked about is the actor's hard life, climb and fall of fame and fortune, working on Sanford & Son, and more. Also talked about is ... See full summary »

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Chronicled is the life of Redd Foxx (aka John Sanford). Talked about is the actor's hard life, climb and fall of fame and fortune, working on Sanford & Son, and more. Also talked about is his tragic death in 1991, where he was having a real heart attack and everyone thought he was just playing. Also talked about was a Sanford & Son-like movie with Eddie Murphy playing Sanford. Now that could work! But instead they called it "The Redd Foxx Show", Redd was on it before his death. Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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