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Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 111

Budget: $2,500,000

Revenue: $50,700,000

Language: en

Webpage: -

Release Info

  • 1967-08-04
     R

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Alternative Titles

  • Bonnie & Clyde - Uma Rajada de Balas
  • 邦妮和克莱德
  • 抢钱夫妻
Content Score: 100

7.5/10 (40 votes)

Overview

Bonnie and Clyde is based on the true stories of the gangster pair Bonnie Parker and Clyde Parker who in the 1930’s began robbing banks in all the main US cities until they were eventually killed. The film takes on the aesthetical movement of New Hollywood.

Tagline

They’re young...they’re in love...and they kill people.

Crew

Director: Arthur Penn
Writers: , ,

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Cast

Warren Beatty

Warren Beatty
as Clyde Barrow

Faye Dunaway

Faye Dunaway
as Bonnie Parker

Michael J. Pollard

Michael J. Pollard
as C.W. Moss

Gene Wilder

Gene Wilder
as Eugene Grizzard

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A review by John Chard

Good afternoon, we are the Barrow gang.

Bonnie & Clyde stands today as one of the most important films of the 60s, it's impact on culture alone marks it out as a piece of work to note, but as gangster films go this one is something of a landmark. Quite how writers Newman & Benton managed to craft a story of two deadbeat outlaws into cinematic heroes is up for any individual viewers scrutiny, but they bloody well do it because we all want to be in the Barrow gang, because we get lost in this romanticised outlawish tale unfolding in front of our eyes.

The film is a fusion of incredible viol... read the rest.

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