Enduring, strong-featured and genial star of US cinema, Burt Reynolds started off in TV westerns in the 1960s and then carved his name into 1970/1980s popular culture as a male sex symbol (posing near naked for "Cosmopolitan" magazine) and on-screen as both a rugged action figure and then as a wisecracking, Southern-type "good olé' boy"...See full bio »
1975At Long Last Love
(performer: "Lets Misbehave", "Well Did You Evah!", "Poor Young Millionaire", "Just One Of Those Things", "A Picture Of Me Without You", "It's De-Lovely", "Friendship", "You're The Top", "At Long Last Love")
[on Marlon Brando] As an actor, he is a genius and even when he's dull he's still much better than most actors at the top of their form. But he has preserved the mentality of an adolescent. It's a pity. When he doesn't try and someone's speaking to him, it's like a blank wall: in fact, it's even less...
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Hit #88 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in 1980 with the song "Let's Do Something Cheap and Superficial", from the film
Smokey and the Bandit II.
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