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Director:
Writers:
Stanley Z. Cherry (screenplay) &
Coslough Johnson (screenplay) ...
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Release Date:
18 October 1971 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
She's a Sweet Little Mother! See more »
Plot:
Bunny is a penniless widow who blackmails a robber into teaching her the trade. Soon the pair starts a successful crime spree, and the cops aren't turning a blind eye. | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Funny movie, a must see for any Bette Davis fan. See more (17 total) »

Cast

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Bette Davis ... Bunny O'Hare

Ernest Borgnine ... Bill Green - Gruenwald

Jack Cassidy ... Lieutenant Greeley
Joan Delaney ... R.J. Hart
Jay Robinson ... John C. Rupert

John Astin ... Ad

Reva Rose ... Lulu

Robert Foulk ... Commissioner Dingle
Brayden Linden ... Frank
Karen Mae Johnson ... Lola (as Karen Rae Johnson)
Francis R. Cody ... Rhett (as Francis Cody)
Darra Lyn Tobin ... Elvira (as Darra Lynn Tobin)
Hank Whickham ... Speed
J. Rob Jordan ... Policeman Nerdman
David Cargo ... State Trooper Cargo (as Governor David Cargo)
Herb Marlis ... Lloyd
Bruno VeSota ... Lab Technician
Robert Ball ... Bellhop
Jose Ramirez ... Border Guard (as Carlos Jose Ramirez)
David Rain ... Teller
Madeline A. Russo ... Little Old Lady

Bud Ekins ... Cedar Crest Bank Guard
Ann La Fan ... Scared Lady (as Ann Lafan)
Gene Krischer ... Hippie w / Bird
Grady Hill ... Gas Station Attendant
Cordy Garcia ... Officer Gonzales
Robert Mader ... Officer At Roadblock (as Sergeant Robert Mader)
Carol Smith ... Ad's Girlfriend #1
Randi Proctor ... Ad's Girlfriend #2
Luanne Roberts ... Ad's Girlfriend #3
Barbara Raines ... Ad's Girlfriend #4

Larry Linville ... Max (Collector #1)

Tony Genaro ... Collector #2
Robert Isenberg ... Collector #3 (as Bob Isenberg)

Buck Kartalian ... Sensitivity Group

Irene Byatt ... Sensitivity Group (as Irenee Byatt)
Roberta Reeves ... Sensitivity Group
Ed Call ... Sensitivity Group
Robert Baur ... Sensitivity Group

Directed by
Gerd Oswald 
 
Writing credits
Stanley Z. Cherry (screenplay) &
Coslough Johnson (screenplay)

Stanley Z. Cherry (story "Bunny and Billy")

Produced by
Samuel Z. Arkoff .... executive producer
Norman T. Herman .... producer
James H. Nicholson .... executive producer
Gerd Oswald .... producer
 
Original Music by
Billy Strange 
 
Cinematography by
Loyal Griggs 
John M. Stephens (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Fred R. Feitshans Jr. 
 
Costume Design by
Phyllis Garr 
 
Makeup Department
Bette Iverson .... hair stylist
Beau Wilson .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jack Aldworth .... production manager
Elliot Schick .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Daisy Gerber .... second assistant director
Rusty Meek .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Art Cole .... property master: on location
Allan Gordon .... property master: Hollywood
Harry Reif .... set dressing
Ernie Sawyers .... second prop man: Hollywood
 
Sound Department
William S. Johnson .... boom man: on location
Richard Overton .... sound mix: Hollywood (as Dick Overton)
Howard Warren .... sound mixer: on location
Wilmarth Wilmarth .... boom man: Hollywood
 
Special Effects by
Cliff Wenger .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
George Baldwin .... gaffer: on-location
William C. Bohny .... first assistant camera: on-location
Richard Borland .... company grip: on-location (as Richard J. Borland)
Michael Dugan .... camera operator: second unit
Roy Hogstedt .... second assistant camera: on-location
Jack Kizer .... camera operator: on-location
Don Marshall .... gaffer: Hollywood
Kyme Meade .... camera operator: Hollywood
John Murray .... company grip: Hollywood
Mason Sperry .... dolly grip
Alex Touyarot .... assistant camera: Hollywood
Ken John Borland .... grip (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Phyllis Garr .... wardrobe
 
Music Department
Al Simms .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Dale Raos .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
John Astin .... creative consultant
 

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Spain:88 min | USA:91 min | West Germany:81 min (theatrical version)
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Trivia:
The couple's motorcycle, also featured on the poster, is a 250cc Triumph TRW TrophySee more »
Goofs:
Miscellaneous: Towards the beginning of the movie they pull into an A&W Drive-In, yet inside the car he is drinking from a Dairy Queen cup.See more »
Quotes:
Bunny O'Hare:[to Bill] I didn't rob the bank for myself. I did it for my kids.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Hop (2011)See more »
Soundtrack:
Leave It All BehindSee more »

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16 out of 19 people found the following review useful.
Funny movie, a must see for any Bette Davis fan., 3 June 2002
Author: cstakeland from Orlando, Florida

An elderly woman looses her house to the bank of New Mexico and plans to rob the bank to get even. Her path crosses with an escaped bank robber who shows her the ropes of robbing banks and eventually grows to love her.Bunny O' Hare is a very funny movie that is one of Bette Davis's best movies from her later years. There is a great chemistry between Bette Davis and Ernest Borgnine.

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