It's been a few years since Cletus and the Bandit made their famous 28-hour run to Texas for a few cases of Coors. Bandit is now a washed-up has-been living in the past, until Big Enos and Little Enos make him another offer: Transport a live Elephant across country in 3 days or less.
Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, Jerry Reed, and Jackie Gleason are back and even better than ever in "Smokey & The Bandit II".
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15 August 1980 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Smokey and the Bandit Have a Baby
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Opening Weekend USA: $10,883,835,
17 August 1980
Gross USA: $66,132,626
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The Pontiac Trans-Am in the first movie had a 6.6 liter V-8 and the Trans-Am in this movie had a 4.9 litre Turbocharged V8. See more
The interior shots of Bandit and Carrie in the Trans Am show that the t-tops are on the car, and exterior shots of the Trans Am show that the t-tops are off. See more
[the doctor is giving Charlotte a throat exam
Open wide. Say "ah".
[Charlotte swallows his flashlight
Oh boy. What? My ring! I need a tongue depressor about this big!
[Holds his index fingers a foot apart
During the Universal Pictures logo sequence, Trigger is chased by Buford T. Justice in an animated sequence. After they go out of sight, you hear a crash (with the Universal logo shaking) and the Bandit laughing! See more
Extensive overdubbing was required for network TV broadcast, in particular replacing a good percentage of Jackie Gleason's dialogue with new lines spoken by an actor with a noticably higher voice. The recurring phrase "Sum-bitch!" became "Scum-bum!" (same as TV prints of the first Smokey and the Bandit (1977)). Even the bloopers at the end needed to be redubbed, with the phrase "your mother's ass" being changed to "your father's face"! See more
References King Kong
Written by Larry Collins
(as L. Collins), Sandy Pinkard
(as S. Pinkard) and Snuff Garrett
(as S. Garrett)
Sung by Tanya Tucker
Courtesy of Buford T. Justice (uncredited) See more