Burt Reynolds (born February 11th, 1936 in Waycross, Georgia) was a Film Actor who was best known for many films in the 1980s and 90s. One of his most noted films was "Smokey and the Bandit" alongside Sally Field. Burt died on September 6, 2018 and his death was because of heart failure. He died at the age of 82.
"My motto: All you need is love and a big bucket of lube."
"[on Paul Thomas Anderson] Most filmmakers today have no sense of the history of our business, but he knows every shot John Ford made. And he doesn't lack for confidence. He really knew which shots he wanted to make. I remember the first shot in Boogie Nights (1997), which is one of the longest shots in history. And I, being the irascible old type I am sometimes, said, 'Have you timed this? Is this longer than Citizen Kane (1941) ?' And he said, 'Oh, yes. It's three seconds longer'."" (IMDB)
"I just wanted to check out the human DNA inside those cheerleaders that we've seen over so many years. And to investigate myself what it must have been like to have lovely pompoms."
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