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Brash and Bawdy B-prompt for the A to Z Blogging Challenge

B is for “Bonnie and Clyde.”

Directed by Arthur Penn, “Bonnie and Clyde” featured Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty in the title roles. The 1967 crime caper film about real-life bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow earned critical acclaim. Estelle Parsons won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.

“Bonnie and Clyde” included one of the most famous shoot-‘em-up scenes in American cinematic history.

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9 comments:

  1. Hi there! I see you are doing well with the challenge!

    This is me, Duncan D. Horne, visiting you from the A-Z challenge, wishing you all the best throughout April and beyond.

    Duncan In Kuantan

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  2. Love those old movies! Thanks for the flashback.

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  3. And it was a fairly violent movie for its time.

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  4. Nice entry! I agree with Alex!

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  5. I have actually been to the site of the shoot-out where Bonnie & Clyde met their demise. I was passing by on the highway only 20-ish miles away in Louisiana and could not resist!

    Stopping by on the A to Z Challenge from Debbie & Harry's Kitchen.

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  6. I loved this movie. Have seen it at least a dozen times. Both actors gave great performances and the costumes were iconic.
    dreamweaver

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  7. I haven't watched this film in ages. I've forgotten how awesome it really is. Thanks for reminding me! :)

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  8. Sad to say I haven't seen this film but suppose it's time I check it out.

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  9. I'm not sure I've ever seen this film.It's one of those you think you've seen because it's so famous and has been around forever but I just don't think I ever did!

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