Bonnie and Clyde / Penn & Teller Get Killed Movie Poster
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  • Comedy
  • 43 Fan Ratings

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Synopsis

<br>BONNIE AND CLYDE, 1967, Warner Bros., 111 min, Dir. Arthur Penn. "They're young...they're in love...and they kill people." Director Arthur Penn's gangster picture is a New Hollywood masterwork and a cultural touchstone. It soon became more than a dramatization of the true-life, criminal exploits of Bonnie (Faye Dunnaway), Clyde (Warren Beatty), his brother Buck (Gene Hackman) and the rest of the Barrow gang in the Depression-era Midwest. Before the sixties spun out of control, Penn’s masterpiece lucidly projected the dark days ahead.<br><br> PENN & TELLER GET KILLED, 1989, Warner Bros., 89 min. Arthur Penn directed this anarchic black comedy following those bad boys of magic, Penn Jillette and Teller. Penn publicly muses how it would be interesting to have his life threatened. Predictably, scores of offers roll in.

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