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Keywords: Brief Nudity, Black, Black Hair

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Birthplace: Arkabutla, Mississippi, US

Date of Birth: 01/17/31

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Claudine (1974) Nude, butt, shirtless, underwear 00:40:33 James Earl Jones looks delightful with his shirt off before he climbs into bed with his woman and shows off his rear! (45 secs)
Blood Tide (1982) Sexy, shirtless 00:30:41 Nothing sexier than seeing James Earl Jones punch open a watermelon on the beach without a shirt on! (34 secs)
Blood Tide (1982) Sexy, shirtless 00:34:40 James Earl Jones lays out on the back of the boat in just some slacks. (12 secs)
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James Earl Jones is about as legendary as it gets in Hollywood, and his large stature is trumped only by the height of his reputation around the world as a classically great actor with a booming, trademark voice that could melt butter, panties, and boxers. It’s impossible to list everything he’s ever done, but in case you need a reminder of a few of his most well-known roles, Mr. Man is going to oblige and do a list for you right here… First, he’s the voice of Darth Vader in all the Star Wars films (“Luke, I am your father.”), from 1977 through 2019. And he’s the voice of Mufasa in two different The Lion King movies (1994, 2019). His first movie ever was Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), playing Lt. Lothar Zogg. He’s starred as Thulsa Doom in Conan the Barbarian (1982), King Jaffe Joffer in Coming to America (1988), Terence Mann in Field of Dreams (1989), Admiral Greer in both The Hunt for Red October(1990) and Patriot Games (1992), and Mr. Mertle in The Sandlot (1993). James has also been all over your television screen in various recurring and guest-starring roles, as well as regular gigs. He has the distinction of winning both the Lead Actor and Supporting Actor Primetime Emmy Awards in the same year, 1990, for two different projects, Gabriel’s Fire and Heat Wave. The role you may not have seen him in? Playing the character Roop in the movie Claudine (1974). Why should you see it? Because you’ll be treated to a side of James you may never have previously seen: his bare ass. Gentle folks, we have the meat.