Agents force a former con man to help them nab a corrupt politician.
Meet the Bayou's baddest good ol' boy.
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Did You Know?
said in his autobiography that he was supposed to be in this movie. Burt Reynolds
had, as a favor, made sure that there was a part written specially for him. In the end Kiel was not available for the part as Bones when they where shooting this movie. Kiel did, however, recommend his friend William Engesser
for the part instead. See more
When Gator ties the twine around the green lamp at the Ocean Plaza Motel, he ties a simple double slip knot.
Then when they show a close-up of the lamp as they are closing the front door, the knot is a completely different one with a loop dangling from it. See more
[Bama is introducing Gator to his seven-foot-tall bodyguard
Ask him why they call him "Bones."
Why they call you "Bones?"
Because I TELL them to!
For a Little While
Written & Performed by Bobby Goldsboro See more