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Additional Footage; Bio/Filmographies; Soundtrack English; Soundtrack Spanish; Academy Awards; English Subtitles

Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway deliver pitch-perfect performances as the title characters Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker in this depression-era crime drama. Young, beautiful Bonnie Parker is bored with life in her go-nowhere small town. When she meets the charming and ambitious fledgling criminal Clyde Barrow she sees her chance for a life of excitement.   ...See Full Description


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Average Rating:5 stars
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An American classic
Bonnie and Clyde is a timeless classic.Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway give terrific performances.
By Blake (Brandon,MS)
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aw...AN AMERICAN GANGSTA LOVE STORY
THIS IS A FUN MOVIE TO WATCH. FILMED DURING THE HIPPIE MOVEMENT, BUT ALL THE VOILENCE OF THE FILMS TODAY. WARREN BEATTY & A YOUNG FAY DUNAWAY PUT ON A GREAT PERFORMANCE AS BONNIE & CLYDE. TRUE STORY OF THEM ROBBING BANKS IN TEXAS & OKLAHOMA DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION, FALLING IN LOVE & GETTING LIKE A THOUSAND ROUNDS OF BULLETS PUT IN YA ALWAYS MAKES FOR A GREAT TRAGIC LOVE STORY. "A MUST SEE"
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One of the great classics
This based on a true story of bonnie & clyde. The real bonnie was alot meaner than shes in this movie. But its still a great movie for any decade.
By Lee (Alabama)
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A Stunning, Perceptive Film Essay.
"Bonnie and Clyde" is the superb 1967 milestone movie that changed much of the face and the mind of the films that followed. Producer-star Warren Beatty and director Arthur Penn have dealt with an American folk legend in almost ballad form and triumphed. Where the fact ends and the fiction begins is no longer decipherable or very relevant to the brief history of the couple who earned their niche in the hoodlum drifters, nobodies yearning to be some kind of somebodies, rebels with no cause beyond the moment's rebellion, when a third of the Depression-bruised nation, debilitated and apathetic, was ready to secretly admire those who could get away with striking at the Establishment. It is in retrospect that the pathos of this pair is evident--and this evidence provides the particular distinction of what might well have been just another gangster movie, another glorification of violence and rebellion, another bit of lip service to morality. Instead we have a story of two self-made outsiders, aspiring nothing beyond the moment's satisfaction, terrifying in their total dissociation from humanity. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are flawless in underlining the universality and contemporary significance of the theme; and Gene Hackman, Estelle Parsons (Oscar winner), and Michael J. Pollard offer superlative support--all to the rickety twang of a banjo and a saturation in time and place. Bonnie and Clyde are presented as social drop-outs, alienated from a society that is seen as devitalized and decayed. Clyde's brother Buck (Hackman), Buck's wife Blanche (Parsons) and a driver, C. W. Moss (Pollard), join them in their exploits. The gang takes to the road and lives out of the car in a way that many disaffected young people of the Sixties would recognize as analogous to their own formless lives. Bonnie and Clyde are presented as the hippies of an earlier generation, humiliating the established order, having fun, and generally acting out a vaguely directed program of social revolt that accords with a Sixties feeling of youthful protest, particularly against the Vietnam War. Feeding the film's fame was unquestionably the controversy it provoked. "Bonnie and Clyde" was accused of social irresponsibility, of romanticizing criminals and of encouraging violence (given the painfulness of the violence in the film, this latter charge is quite extraordinary). The gangster film has always been potentially the most subversive of film genres, because of its tendency to make heroes out of criminals and of its criticism of prevailing social conditions. "Bonnie and Clyde" was subjected to some of the most savage arguments since Howard Hawks's "Scarface" (1932). Critics were split down the middle. Indeed, in one famous incident, the critic of "Time" magazine, Joseph Morgenstern, savaged the movie one week as "a squalid shoot-'em-up for the moron trade", and then, in the following week's column, took it all back and talked of the movie's "dazzling artistry". The film has a controversial sexual motif. Clyde's impotence contributes to his sense of inferiority and it is implied that his criminal activities were partly attempts at self-assertion. Also the violence of the film is genuinely disturbing, for three main reasons. The film is structured in such a way that we are encouraged to identify with the Barrow gang before the extreme violence gets underway, so that when it comes, it is especially painful, as if we cannot avoid the bullets any more than the victims. The color highlights the amount of blood split: no gangster film before "Bonnie and Clyde" had so much red in it. Finally, the violence seemed both a contemplation and a prophecy of a mood of savage frustration that was slowly sweeping the country. The film was a colossal success. Budgeted at $2,500,000, it grossed a staggering $50 million in the U.S. alone. The reason for this is that, despite being a period piece, the film spoke to the times. There is even something about its rhythm--its wild leaps between comedy and violence--that is quite unlike the gangster movie's usual terse, documentary style, and seems to catch the nervous energy of a youthful, confused, freewheeling age. By making us care about the outlaw lovers, "Bonnie and Clyde" put the sting back into death. In the end, most critics had to concede the extraordinary accomplishment of the film--its splendid performances, Burnett Guffey's stunning Oscar-winning photography, Dede Allen's revolutionary editing, David Newman and Robert Benton's razor-sharp dialogue and Arthur Penn's percussive and dynamic direction. Still, many fine films have not had the success of "Bonnie and Clyde." It was not the movie's quality that made it such a big hit but its notoriety--rather like the Barrow gang, in fact. [filmfactsman]
By filmfactsman (Beverly Hills, CA, USA)
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THE version to own
The previous DVD was a rather tossed-off version, housed in that ugly snapper-case. This is the definitive edition, with tons of extras. The only problem is that the Blu-Ray mastering makes the back projection all too obvious. Still, it was a ground-breaking film, and remains an all-time classic.
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Bonnie And Clyde video Product Details



CD Universe Part number1262907
StudioWarner Home Video
Orig Year1967
DVD EncodingRegion 1
Catalog number17274
Discs1
Release DateMay 18, 1999
RatingR (MPAA)
Also Known AsBonnie & Clyde
Running Time112 Minutes
Additional InfoFull Frame; Widescreen
Movie DetailsColor; Mono Sound; Digital Sound; Letter Boxed; Full Frame; Widescreen; Widescreen & Full Frame Versions


Bonnie And Clyde DVD Features



DVD Features: Region 1 Snap Case Full Frame - 1.33 Letterbox - 1.85 Widescreen - 1.85 Audio: Dolby Digital Mono - English Additional Release Material: Trailers: Original Theatrical Trailer Behind the Scenes: Production Notes Interactive Features: Scene Selection Interactive Menus


Bonnie And Clyde Awards




Best Cinematography, Academy Awards, 1967 -  Burnett Guffey
Best Supporting Actress, Academy Awards, 1967 -  Estelle Parsons
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