Smokey And The Bandit

  • 1977
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Comedy

The first in the series and the best of a lousy lot. Depending on whom you believe, the movie grossed anywhere between $40 million and $70 million; that must be some sort of new record for fooling the public. It was the first picture directed by Needham, one of the highest-paid stuntmen in movies, and is one long, stupid car chase punctuated by four-letter...read more

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Smokey And The Bandit - Trailer
00:30 — A trucker hauling beer illegally from Texas to Georgia picks up a runaway bride and gets chased by a Southern sheriff along the way. Fun for good ol' (more…)
Smokey And The Bandit - Official Trailer
00:26 — A trucker hauling beer illegally from Texas to Georgia picks up a runaway bride and gets chased by a Southern sheriff along the way. Fun for good ol' (more…)
(Movie Clip) We Ain't Never Not Made It
Bandit (Burt Reynolds) has already persuaded Cledus (Jerry Reed) to undertake the daredevil beer run from Georgia to Texarkana and back, so this is mo (more…)
(Movie Clip) Think Of It As A Wedding Posse
Having picked up the load of Coors and departed Texarkana, Cledus (Jerry Reed) in the truck and Smokey (Burt Reynolds) in the Trans Am now pause to pi (more…)
(Movie Clip) Complete Lack Of Respect
Bandit (Burt Reynolds) and fugitive bride Carrie (Sally Field) getting to know each other, while Cledus (Jerry Reed), running the beer, is really star (more…)
(Movie Clip) I Love Your Suits
It's been established that Big and Little Enos (Pat McCormick, Paul Williams) like to challenge truckers to make a reckless beer run, so they seek out (more…)
Smokey And The Bandit trailer
The Bandit (Burt Reynolds) clears the road of Smokey (Jackie Gleason) for a cross-country beer run in Smokey And The Bandit (1977).

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  • Released: 1977
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: The first in the series and the best of a lousy lot. Depending on whom you believe, the movie grossed anywhere between $40 million and $70 million; that must be some sort of new record for fooling the public. It was the first picture directed by Needham, o… (more)

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