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Annie (as Penny Allen)
Woman in camper
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
|Mary Ann Brownlee||...||
|James G. Cureman||...||
Lion's Son (uncredited)
Young Man (uncredited)
Ticket Clerk (uncredited)
|Patricia A. Wasson||...||
|John G. Wedum||...||
|Garry Michael White||...||(written by)|
|Robert M. Sherman||...||producer|
|Vilmos Zsigmond||...||director of photography|
|Evan A. Lottman||...||(as Evan Lottman)|
|Kate Hirson||...||assistant editor|
|Michael Jacobi||...||assistant editor|
|Craig McKay||...||associate editor|
|Albert Brenner||...||(as Al Brenner)|
|Frank Griffin||...||makeup artist|
|Charles Bonniwell||...||second assistant director|
|Tom Shaw||...||assistant director|
|Paul J. Crossey||...||dga trainee (uncredited)|
|Ray Mercer Jr.||...||property master (as Ray Mercer)|
|Bill Gold||...||poster designer (uncredited)|
|Edward Beyer||...||sound editor|
|Arthur Piantadosi||...||re-recording mixer|
|Robert M. Reitano||...||sound editor|
|Don MacDougall||...||sound mixer (uncredited)|
|Candy Flanagin||...||special effects|
|James O. Blair||...||gaffer (as Jim Blair)|
|Jim Buchanan||...||best boy|
|Tom May||...||key grip|
|John R. Shannon||...||still photographer (as John Shannon)|
|Sven Walnum||...||camera operator|
|Dan Wallin||...||score mixer (uncredited)|
|Betty A. Griffin||...||script supervisor|
|Anthony Goldschmidt||...||title designer|
|Gene Levy||...||assistant to the producer|
|Anne Shaw||...||production secretary|
|Kit Andree||...||voice (uncredited)|
|Marilyn Chris||...||voice (uncredited)|
|Lucille Cole||...||voice (uncredited)|
|Henry Hank||...||voice (uncredited)|
|James Howard Horn||...||voice (uncredited)|
|Rowena McNally||...||voice (uncredited)|
|Charles Noel||...||voice (uncredited)|
|Dennis O'Shea||...||voice (uncredited)|
- Warner Bros. (1973) (United States) (theatrical)
- Columbia-Warner Distributors (1973) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
- Warner Bros. (1973) (Norway) (theatrical)
- Warner-Columbia Film (1973) (Sweden) (theatrical)
- Warner Bros. (1974) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
- Warner-Columbia Films (1974) (Argentina) (theatrical)
- CBS (1977) (United States) (tv)
- Warner Home Video (1986) (West Germany) (VHS)
- Audio Visual Enterprises (1986) (Greece) (VHS)
- Warner Home Video (1989) (United States) (VHS)
- Warner Home Video (2007) (Germany) (DVD)
- Warner Home Video (1998) (United States) (VHS)
- Warner Archive Collection (2017) (United States) (Blu-ray)
- Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (2017) (United States) (Blu-ray)
- Warner Home Video (2004) (United States) (DVD)
- Columbia-Warner Filmes de Portugal (1974) (Portugal) (theatrical)
- Warner Bros Pictures (1977) (India) (theatrical)
- Warner Home Vídeo (Brazil) (VHS)
- Cinemobile (locations by)
Max is an ex-con who's been saving money to open a car wash in Pittsburgh. Lionel is a sailor who's returning home to the midwest to see the child born while he was at sea. They form an unlikely pair as the brawling Max learns a little how Lionel copes with the world: Lionel believes that the scarecrow doesn't scare birds, but instead amuses them - birds find scare-crows funny.
Written by Gary Dickerson
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|Trivia||Before shooting, Gene Hackman and Al Pacino both dressed as hobos and hitchhiked through California to get into their characters. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in A Decade Under the Influence (2003). See more »|
|Soundtracks||Love Forever See more »|
Hey Max, you heard the story of the scarecrow?
Max Millan: No.
Lion: You think crows are scared of a scarecrow?
Max Millan: Yeah, I think they're scared. Yeah why?
Lion: No, crows are not scared, believe me.
Max Millan: The god damn crows are scared.
Lion: No, crows are laughin'.
Max Millan: Nah, that's bullshit...
Lion: That's right, the crows are laughin'. Look, the farmer puts out a scarecrow, right, with a funny hat on it, got a funny face. The crows fly by, they see that, it strikes 'em funny, makes 'em laugh.
Max Millan: The god damn crows are laughin'?
Lion: That's right, they're laughin' their asses off. And then they say, "Well, that ol' farmer Jo down there, he's a pretty good guy. He made us laugh, so he won't bother him any more."
Max Millan: The god damn crows are laughin'...
Lion: Ohh, they laughin', woooo!
Max Millan: I gotta tell ya somethin', that's the most hare-brained idea I've ever heard.
Lion: It's true, they're laughin' their asses off.
Max Millan: The crows are laughin'... I guess the fish are reciting poetry...
Lion: I guess so.
Max Millan: Uh huh... and the uh, pigs are playin' banjo? And the dogs would be, let's see, uh... playin' hockey. And the uh... the uh...
Lion: Crows are laughin'.
Max Millan: Crows are laughin', right. Ya know, in the joint I've heard some tales, oh boy, golly I've heard some tall tales. But at least those guys had the decency to admit that it was bullshit, you know what I mean? They actually took pride, pride in that it was bullshit. But the crows are laughin' huh? I mean you're not playin' with a full deck man, you got one foot in the grave beyond.
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