Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
The true story of fast-draws and wild rides, battles with posses, train and bank robberies, a torrid love affair and a new lease on outlaw life in far away Bolivia. It is also a character study of a remarkable friendship between Butch - possibly the most likeable outlaw in frontier history - and his closest associate, the fabled, ever-dangerous Sundance Kid.
Release Date: October 24, 1969
Writer: William Goldman
Director: George Hill
Producer: Paul Monash, John Foreman
Cast: Sam Elliott, Cloris Leachman, Paul Newman, Claude Akins, Donnelly Rhodes, Henry Jones, Katharine Ross, Robert Redford, Strother Martin, Timothy Scott, Ted Cassidy, Kenneth Mars, Jeff Corey, Eric Sinclair, Jody Gilbert, Francisco Cordova, Don Keefer, Paul Bryar, George Furth, Charles Dierkop, Nelson Olmstead
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One of the greatest films of all time. The western scenery is superb, the story line is wonderful, and the acting is second to none. But the thing that makes this movie the greatest is the dialogue and banter between Butch and Sundance. The movie is mostly about their relationship than what actually took place historically. The screenplay is superb. Many of the scenes were shot in Utah (mostly in the St. George area), which adds some fun for any Utah resident. As for why I rated it the way I did, there is some mild profanity in the film. The main scene that is disappointing is a scene where the main female character partially undresses. No nudity is shown, but the scene may make it uncomfortable to watch with a small child. The movie is 99% perfection, with this scene (which again, is not explicit) being the one sore spot. If you like western movies, movies with Paul Newman and/or Robert Redford, or just any movie with a clever screenplay, you will love this movie and watch it again and again.October 6th, 2011 · Details
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