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Bonnie and Clyde (13-Aug-1967)

Director: Arthur Penn

Writers: David Newman; Robert Benton

Music Composed by: Charles Strouse

Producer: Warren Beatty

Keywords: Crime, Romantic Drama, Great Depression, Bank Robbery

Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow embark on a violent crime spree, become erratic lovers and meet their expected ending. Arthur Penn's masterpiece is extremely violent for 1967, and mixed with comedy in such a way that it broadened what was possible in future Hollywood films. Won Oscars for Best Actress and Best Cinematography; received nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor and Actress, Best Supporting Actor (two), Best Screenplay and Best Costume Design. Entered 1992 into the National Film Registry.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warren Beatty
30-Mar-1937   Dick Tracy
Faye Dunaway
14-Jan-1941   Network
Gene Hackman
30-Jan-1930   The Conversation
Estelle Parsons
20-Nov-1927   Character and TV actress
Michael J. Pollard
30-May-1939   Bonnie and Clyde
Denver Pyle
11-May-1920 25-Dec-1997 Jesse Duke on Dukes of Hazzard
Dub Taylor
26-Feb-1907 3-Oct-1994 Bonnie and Clyde
Gene Wilder
11-Jun-1933   Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory


Warren Beatty   ...   Clyde Barrow
Faye Dunaway   ...   Bonnie Parker
Michael J. Pollard   ...   C. W. Moss (gas attendant)
Gene Hackman   ...   Buck Barrow (Clyde's brother)
Estelle Parsons   ...   Blanche (Buck's wife)
Denver Pyle   ...   Frank Hamer (Texas Ranger)
Dub Taylor   ...   Ivan Moss
Evans Evans   ...   Velma Davis
Gene Wilder   ...   Eugene Grizzard (mortician)


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