Drayton Sawyer

Some articles on drayton sawyer, drayton, sawyer:

List Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Characters - The Sawyer Family - Drayton Sawyer (Old Man / The Cook)
... Drayton Sawyer, is portrayed by Jim Siedow in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and by Bill Moseley in Texas Chainsaw 3D ... In all of his appearances, Drayton is an antagonist and appears to be the head of the Sawyer Family ... A mentally unstable and murderous cannibal, Drayton, along with his family of fellow cannibals and serial killers, lives in the backwoods of Texas, preying upon travelers ...
List Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Characters - The Sawyer Family - Leatherface
... In the latter case, assuming that his surname is Sawyer as with his older brothers, his full name would be Bubba Sawyer ... The people Leatherface kills are later butchered and processed by his father Drayton Sawyer, into barbecue and chili, which are sold by Drayton Sawyer at his gas station ... Aside from Leatherface and Drayton, the Sawyer clan includes several more brothers, Nubbins, Chop Top, Eddie/Tex, Tech/Tinker, Alfredo, W.E ...
List Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Characters - The Sawyer Family - Boss Sawyer
... A member of the Sawyer family who appears in the beginning of Texas Chainsaw 3D portrayed by Gunnar Hansen, who portrayed Leatherface in the first film ... Boss sits inside the Sawyer house with a shotgun when Sheriff Hooper arrives to arrest Leatherface ... Boss tries to convince Drayton that they should just give up Leatherface ...

Famous quotes containing the words sawyer and/or drayton:

    But that’s always the way; it don’t make no difference whether you do right or wrong, a person’s conscience ain’t got no sense, and just goes for him anyway.... It takes up more room than all the rest of a person’s insides, and yet ain’t no good, nohow. Tom Sawyer thinks the same.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    And the ambitious vine
    Crowns with his purple mass
    The cedar reaching high
    To kiss the sky,
    The cypress, pine,
    And useful sassafras.
    —Michael Drayton (1563–1631)