Bonnie And Clyde

1967

Arthur Penn
Director
Seven Arts
Production Company
Warner Brothers
Production Company

Romaticized retelling of bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow and their spree across the heartland of America in the Great Depression.

An important and influential film, almost a parody of the gangster films of the past, that finally broke American film out of the last shadows of the Hays Board, and led to the New Hollywood era, where films became more frank about sex and violence. Definitely the best French New Wave made in America!



13th August 1967
Cinema





Bonnie And Clyde (Pan & Scan)
25th March 1997
DVD

Not Rated


1.33:1

Bonnie And Clyde (Widescreen)
18th May 1999
DVD

Not Rated


1.85:1



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Warren Beatty
Clyde Barrow
Faye Dunaway
Bonnie Parker
Michael J. Pollard
C. W. Moss
Gene Hackman
Buck Barrow
Estelle Parsons
Blanche
Denver Pyle
Frank Hamer
Dub Taylor
Ivan Moss
Evans Evans
Velma Davis
Gene Wilder
Eugene Grizzard
Owen Bush
Policeman
Mabel Cavitt
Bonnie's mother
Patrick Cranshaw
Bank Teller
Clyde Howdy
Deputy
Ken Mayer
Sheriff Smoot
Ann Palmer
Bonnie's sister
James Stiver
Grocery Store Owner
Unknown
Butcher
Unknown
Otis Harrison, Farmer
Unknown
Farmer's Wife
Unknown
Farmer's Son
Unknown
Davis, Old Black Farmer
Unknown
Farmer in Bank
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Okie

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