Carrie (Sally Field): "Don't you ever take off that stupid hat?" // Bandit (Burt Reynolds): "I take my hat off for one thing, one thing only." -- from Smokey And The Bandit (1977) directed by Hal Needham

Carrie (Sally Field): "Don't you ever take off that stupid hat?" // Bandit (Burt Reynolds): "I take my hat off for one thing, one thing only." -- from Smokey And The Bandit (1977) directed by Hal Needham

Dec 5, 2009 Burt Reynolds is on the Run with Sally Field in Smokey and the Bandit, review by dragonfire88 There are some movies that. Description from nucatebido.yzi.me. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Dec 5, 2009 Burt Reynolds is on the Run with Sally Field in Smokey and the Bandit, review by dragonfire88 There are some movies that. Description from nucatebido.yzi.me. I searched for this on bing.com/images

SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT (1977) - Burt Reynolds, Jerry Reed & Sally Field on location - Universal Pictures - - Production Still.

SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT (1977) - Burt Reynolds, Jerry Reed & Sally Field on location - Universal Pictures - - Production Still.

One of my favorites (this car will be in our garage someday!)

Smokey and the Bandit (1977)

burt reynolds and sally field - Google Search

burt reynolds and sally field - Google Search

Burt Reynolds on Loving and Leaving Sally and Dinah: 'I Moved on from Them Much Too Soon'

Burt Reynolds on Loving and Leaving Sally and Dinah: 'I Moved on from Them Much Too Soon'

Despite their bitter breakup 33 years ago, Burt Reynolds and Sally Field are finally back together. Insiders say Sally has forgiven Bert and accepted his proposal because she wants to spend the remainder of her life with her soul mate. Here Sally Fields tells editor in chief Rosemary Ellis how she’s rekindling her old love For Bert, rediscovering her self-confidence and taking her mother’s wisest advice, “Do What Makes You Happy."

Despite their bitter breakup 33 years ago, Burt Reynolds and Sally Field are finally back together. Insiders say Sally has forgiven Bert and accepted his proposal because she wants to spend the remainder of her life with her soul mate. Here Sally Fields tells editor in chief Rosemary Ellis how she’s rekindling her old love For Bert, rediscovering her self-confidence and taking her mother’s wisest advice, “Do What Makes You Happy."

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