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Smokey and the Bandit


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Comedy starring Burt Reynolds
Sally Field
Jackie Gleason
"Bandit" is a maverick driver who never refuses a challenge - especially when his reputation is at stake - and no cop, or "smokey", is going to stop him. However, Sheriff Buford T
Justice has other ideas - and the chase is on as the Bandit and his friends try to get a truckload of illicit beer from Texarkana, Texas, to Atlanta, Georgia.
Director Hal Needham
SEE FILMS pages 52-57


Unknown: Burt Reynolds
Unknown: Sally Field
Unknown: Jackie Gleason
Director: Hal Needham
Bandit: Burt Reynolds
Carrie: Sally Field
Sheriff Buford T Justice: Jackie Gleason
Cledus: Jerry Reed
Junior: Mike Henry
LittkEnos: Paul Williams
Big Enos: Pat McCormick
Traffic jam patrolman: Alfie Wise
Branford: George Reynolds
Mr: MacOn McCalman
Waynelte: Linda McClure

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Smokey and the Bandit

BBC One London, 29 May 1993 18.55

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