But his nemesis, Sheriff Buford T. Smokey and the Bandit Trailer - Directed by Hal Needham and starring Burt Reynolds, Jerry Reed, Mike Henry, Paul Williams, Pat McCormick. Can they steer clear of the vengeful sheriff? A race-car driver named Bandit makes a bet that he can transport an illegal shipment of beer from Texas to Atlanta in under 28 hours. . Classic action comedy pitting Burt Reynolds' fast-driving, fast-talking bootlegger Bandit against a redneck sheriff 'Smokey' Jackie Gleason in the Deep South. Cast: , , , , , , , Lamar Jackson Director: Genres: Production Co: Rastar Pictures, Universal Pictures Keywords: , , , , , The direction, by a former stuntman, concentrates on the action and happily leaves everyone to their own devices, with almost nothing to do. Justice, is on the hunt, forcing Cletus and Trigger to hit the road.
Along the way, he picks up an unwilling bride-to-be, furthering his chances of being arrested. Junior, however, is the son of Sheriff Buford T. You are watching the movie Smokey and the Bandit Part 3 1983 The Enos duo convince Cletus, aka The Bandit, to come out of hiding and help them promote their new restaurant. It's a road-runner-style demolition derby as Bandit chaperones a truckload of beer back from Texas, leaving a trail of hapless cops and their cars in streams, canals, bridges, or the backs of other vehicles. Here his kidding around is exactly in tune with this fast-moving but essentially lazy vehicle. Sally Field squawks up a storm as Bandit's gal while sidekick Dom DeLuise is always on hand to ensure everyone has a good ol' time.
Picking it up is simple enough, but as they are leaving Texas, Bandit unwittingly picks up Carrie, a hitchhiking bride-to-be who just left her groom, Junior, at the altar. Angry that Carrie will not marry his son, Justice embarks on a high-speed chase after Bandit. When Bo picks up hitchhiker Carrie Sally Field , he attracts the attention of Sheriff Buford T. A car chase ensues as Smokey scours the South in pursuit of Bandit. Bandit and Cledus are two truck-driving southerners who accept a dare from big-shots Big and Little Enos to pick up a truckload of beer from Texas and return it to them within a specified amount of time. Field shows what natural acting is all about, and Reynolds' send-ups of himself are, despite repetition, becoming more likeable.
With a little coaxing, he agrees, producing an almost-creaky Trigger as his mode of transport. . . . .
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