W. Bright (Burt Reynolds) is a robber with a heart of gold who travels the South knocking off banks and gas stations owned by a corrupt businessman. When he hijacks a car, he meets an aspiring country band, the Dixie Dancekings, led by Dixie (Conny Van Dyke). The two sides eventually take a liking to one another, especially after the Dancekings realize the size of Bright's thefts. Trailed by ...
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New York private eye Shamus McCoy likes girls, drink and gambling, but by the look of his flat business can't be too hot. So an offer of $10,000 to finds some diamonds stolen in a daring ... See full summary »
W.W. is a happy-go-lucky crook who makes his living robbing gas stations through the drive-up windows. The Dixie Dancekings are a country music band trying to get their first big break. W.W. crosses paths with the Dixie Dancekings when he hijacks their car (and them) to help him rob a bank. At first, the band resists. However, when they discover how much money they make, they begin helping out voluntarily in order to finance their big break. At the same time, W.W. takes a liking to them and uses his natural charm and smooth-talking ways to help them start down the road to stardom.Written by
Burt Reynolds and Ned Beatty appeared in Deliverance (1972), Stroker Ace (1983), Switching Channels (1988), Physical Evidence (1989), and B.L. Stryker (1989). Burt Reynolds and Jerry Reed appeared in Gator (1976), the Smokey and the Bandit film franchise, B.L. Stryker (1989), and Evening Shade (1990). See more »
When Deacon crosses the street to the SOS building, all the traffic is driving through a red light. See more »
But W.W. he saw everything. He saw us, he saw the costumes, he saw everything.
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This is one of my guilty pleasures. I enjoyed this movie for what it was. A film that's fun to watch. The secret seems to be a good cast. The story is not very deep. Rent it---if you feel like some southern fried fun
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