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Bonnie Parker (II) (1910–1934)

Bonnie Parker was born on October 1, 1910 in Rowena, Texas, USA as Bonnie Elizabeth Parker. She was married to Roy Thornton. She died on May 23, 1934 in Gibsland, Louisiana, USA. See full bio »


(age 23) in Gibsland, Louisiana, USA

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 2005 Dead Famous (TV Series documentary)
- Bonnie and Clyde (2005) ... Self
 2001 History's Mysteries: Infamous Murders (TV Series documentary)
- Spree Killings ... Self (uncredited)
 2000 Banned from Facez 2000, Part Two (Video documentary)
 2000 Gang Violence (Video documentary)
Self - Shot in Police Ambush
 1997 Shock-X-Treme, Vol. 1, - Snuff Video (Video documentary)
Self - Shot in Police Ambush (uncredited)
 1995 Faces of Death V (Video documentary)
 1995 Biography (TV Series documentary)
 1989 Death Scenes (Video documentary)
Self (uncredited)
 1988 Death Faces IV (Video documentary)
Self ("Beyond Reality" version)
 1988 Dying: Last Seconds of Life, Part II (Video documentary)
 1947 Killers All (Documentary)
Bonnie Parker
 1940 The American Gang Busters (Documentary)
 1936 The March of Crime (Documentary short)

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10 Biographical Movies | 5 Portrayals | See more »


4' 11" (1.5 m)

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Boy, we'll get Raymond out and we won't go hungry anymore.


Parker's and Clyde Barrow's separate funeral services respectively drew crowds of 20,000 and 15,000 in May 1934. One of the attendees at each funeral was telephone company employee Ellery Douglass Benton, father of writer-director Robert Benton, who would go on to be Oscar-nominated for his screenplay for Bonnie and Clyde (1967) over thirty years later. See more »

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