In the late 1800s, a pair of easy-going bank robbers go on the lam with a beautiful school teacher. Nominated for Best Picture Oscar!
Star-studded takeoff of the classic Percival Christopher Wren story of brothers who join the French Foreign Legion.
Butch (Paul Newman) awakens Etta (Katharine Ross) with his new bicycle, on which they romp to B.J. Thomas' singing Bacharach and David's 'Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head,' in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 1969.
Schoolteacher Etta Place (Katharine Ross) arrives home one evening to find Sundance (Robert Redford) waiting in their erotic first encounter in director George Roy Hill's Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 1969.
Butch (Paul Newman) and Sundance (Robert Redford) blow up the safe on 'The Flyer' then are surprised by a band of gunmen pursuing them from a second train in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 1969.
An imprisoned man gets several offers to help him escape, if he will reveal where the $1.5 million he stole from the mob is hidden in The Slams (1973).
A group of men, lead by a questionable sheriff and a wanted bandit, descend upon the desert in search of a lost canyon of gold in Mackenna's Gold (1969).
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid -- Paul Newman and Robert Redford set the standard for the 'buddy film' with this smash hit set in the Old West. The Sundance Kid (Redford) is the frontier's fastest gun. His sidekick, Butch Cassidy (Newman), is always dreaming up new ways to get rich fast. If only they could blow open a baggage car without also blowing up the money-filled safe inside... Or remember that Sundance can't swim before they escape a posse by leaping off a cliff into rushing rapids... Times are changing in the west and life is getting tougher. So Butch and Sundance pack their guns, don new duds, and, with Sundance's girlfriend (Katharine Ross), head down to Bolivia. Never mind that they don't speak Spanish - they'll manage somehow. A winner of four Academy Awards (including best screenplay and best song), here is a thoroughly enjoyable blend of fact and fancy done with true affection for a bygone era and featuring the two flashiest, friendliest funniest outlaws who ever called out 'hands up!'
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid -- Two Western bank/train robbers flee to Bolivia when the law gets too close.
Granted the power and wings of an eagle by high priests, Birdman defends the rights of mankind across the universe accompanied by his constant companion, an eagle named Avenger.
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This revisionist Western comedy, which served as the prototype of the buddy film for years to come, stars Paul Newman and Robert Redford as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, respectively. At the turn of the 20th century, they've become notorious for the skill with which they and their colleagues, the Hole in the Wall gang, rob banks and trains. But their last few jobs have been botched, and after Butch and Sundance return from a brief vacation, Harvey Logan (Ted Cassidy) challenges Butch's leadership. After comically snuffing the rebellion, Butch agrees with one of the gang on risking the double robbery of a Union Pacific payroll train. Despite blowing up the entire baggage car, they survive the first stage of the robbery and spend some down time with Sundance's girl, schoolteacher Etta Place (Katherine Ross). But after hitting the train on its return trip, Butch and Sundance are relentlessly pursued by a posse of world-class lawmen planted on board by the wily railroad president. Realizing that their days are numbered, the outlaws head for Bolivia. The film, which launched the career of Redford and boosted director George Roy Hill's to another level, owes its ineffable charm to the terrific chemistry between the two stars, to William Goldman's warm and witty screenplay, and to a director capable of walking a tightrope between the comic and the elegaic.
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