Smokey and the Bandit II

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Overview

Former stuntman Hal Needham made his directorial debut with the first Smokey and the Bandit (1977) and repeated his success with the sequel, a virtual remake that substituted a live elephant for a truckload of beer. Burt Reynolds returns as law-defying anti-hero Bandit, now a washed-up alcoholic whose girlfriend Carrie (Sally Field) has left him. When a pair of eccentric, wealthy brothers named Big Enos (Pat McCormick) and Little Enos (Paul Williams) approach Bandit with an offer of work, he and trucker pal ...
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Overview

Former stuntman Hal Needham made his directorial debut with the first Smokey and the Bandit (1977) and repeated his success with the sequel, a virtual remake that substituted a live elephant for a truckload of beer. Burt Reynolds returns as law-defying anti-hero Bandit, now a washed-up alcoholic whose girlfriend Carrie (Sally Field) has left him. When a pair of eccentric, wealthy brothers named Big Enos (Pat McCormick) and Little Enos (Paul Williams) approach Bandit with an offer of work, he and trucker pal Cledus (Jerry Reed) jump at the chance. The gig involves transporting an elephant to the Republican National Convention in twenty-four hours. The wrinkle is that the pachyderm is about to give birth -- any minute. Enter "Doc" (Dom DeLuise) a bizarre medical man who joins the team to care for the expectant mother, and Sheriff Buford T. Justice (Jackie Gleason), who has not forgotten the humiliations that he suffered during Bandit's last "mission." Needham's films were instantly forgettable cocktails of car chases, car crashes, and lowbrow humor. Reynolds and Needham teamed up over a dozen times in various action comedy pictures. Audiences of the late Seventies loved their anti-authority redneck humor and made their early collaborations into box office smashes.
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Special Features

Original theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/3/2003
  • UPC: 025192261923
  • Original Release: 1980
  • Rating:

  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English, Français, Español
  • Time: 1:41:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 16,382

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Burt Reynolds Bandit
Jackie Gleason Sheriff Buford T. Justice, Gaylor, Gaylord Justice, Reginald Van Justice
Sally Field Carrie
Dom DeLuise Doc
Jerry Reed Cledus
Paul Williams Little Enos
Patty McCormick Big Enos
David Huddleston John Conn
Mike Henry Junior
John Anderson Governor
Brenda Lee Nice Lady
Don Williams Himself
Terry Bradshaw Himself
"Mean" Joe Greene Himself
Joe Klecko Himself
Mel Tillis Fairground Owner
Richard Allen Safari Park Attendant
Jeffrey King
Nancy Lenehan Ramona
Jerry Lester Warehouse Guard
John Megna P.J.
Patrick Moody Ambulance Driver
Harold Reid Statler Brother
Dudley Remus Everglades Attendant
Technical Credits
Hal Needham Director
Jerry Belson Screenwriter
Henry Bumstead Production Designer
Peter Burrell Producer
Michael C. Butler Cinematographer
Donn Cambern Editor
Bernard Cutler Art Director
Richard J. de Cinces Set Decoration/Design
Snuff Garrett Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
William D. Gordean Editor
James M. Halty Stunts
Mike Kane Screenwriter
Rick Kline Sound/Sound Designer
Donald O. Mitchell Sound/Sound Designer
Hank Moonjean Producer
Bill Nicholson Sound/Sound Designer
Jack Solomon Sound/Sound Designer
Cliff Wenger Special Effects
Brock Yates Screenwriter
Dick Ziker Stunts
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Feuding for Governor [3:42]
2. Main Titles [2:43]
3. A Bandit Comeback [6:44]
4. The Runaway Bride [7:05]
5. Frog and Bandit [5:44]
6. On the Road Again [3:27]
7. Picking Up the Cargo [5:55]
8. Sheriff Justice [2:57]
9. Dolphins and Steelers [4:08]
10. A Sick Elephant [4:51]
11. Bandit's Record [8:10]
12. Follow the Leader [5:40]
13. Having a Baby [5:45]
14. Gaylord and Reggie [9:27]
15. Cars vs. Trucks [6:02]
16. Lion Country Safari [7:45]
17. Making Up [3:29]
18. End Titles [2:57]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Scenes
   Bonus Materials
      Theatrical Trailer
      Recommendations
         The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
         Blues Brothers 2000
         Smokey and the Bandit
   Languages
      Spoken Language
         English
      Captioned
         For the Hearing Impaired English
      Subtitles
         Español
         Français
   Play
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WARNING

    WARNING ! there is a mistake concerning the languages supported : there is no French language on this DVD. Only English language and Spanish, and French subtitles, no English Subtitle.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2003

    Truckers Rule!!

    This is the Movie sequel to end all movies...I really love the part when they are in the desert in 'world's biggest game of chicken'. Jackie Gleason's awesome rols as Sherriff Buford T. Justice was and always will be unforgetable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2002

    Smokey and the Bandit I & II still favorites

    Mr. Williams is sorely mistaken in referring to these films as ''instantly forgettable.'' While it is certainly possible that their appeal was misplaced on those who share his painfully obvious lack of respect for driving as an art form, it was most definitely not lost on the rest of us. For some, to be in complete control of a vehicle with such considerable performance capabilities is something akin to paradise. It is an adrenaline rush that undoubtedly surpasses most of the ''thrill seeking'' activities partaken of by so many overpayed critics of American fun in this country. The movies, while not as well - written as they might have been, offer much entertainment for fans of driving, racing, and especially those of us who wouldn't mind owning a gorgeous jet - black 1977 6.6 litre Trans Am.

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