R | | Action, Biography, Crime
Bonnie Parker, a bored waitress falls in love with an ex-con named Clyde Barrow and together they start a violent crime spree through the country, robbing cars and banks.
Originally, Writers Robert Benton and David Newman wrote Clyde Barrow as a bisexual (even though he wasn't), a point which they felt was non-negotiable. Warren Beatty had no objections, but Arthur Penn did. He felt that to have Clyde be part gay on top of all the other social dysfunctions featured... ...
*Damn it*, you almost got us killed!
Blanche Barrow: What did I do wrong? I thought you'd be happy if I got shot!
Bonnie Parker: Yeah! Yeah, it would've saved us all a lot of trouble!
Bonnie and Clyde drive into a hay field (in 1933) and are surrounded by modern (for 1967) hay bales tied with twine. The type of hay baler needed to make these bales didn't come into use until the 1940s.
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