Smokey and the Bandit (8/10) Movie CLIP – Oh, Look, a Football Game! (1977) HD

Smokey and the Bandit (8/10) Movie CLIP – Oh, Look, a Football Game! (1977) HD
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l’m goin’! l’m goin’!
l’ve got the metal
to the pedal… and the thing
to the floor. [ Laughing ] Damn, he had a lot offriends,
didn’t he? lfthey had ofcremated
the son ofa bitch, l could’ve been kickin’
that Mr. Bandit’s ass
around the moon by now. Hold my hat! My hat blew off. Daddy. Okay. We’re gonna switch.
Okay. Get up! l’m comin’ over.
Oh! Oh, my goodness. l’m comin’ over underneath you.
You canjust slide
right on over. Ooh! l think l’m in love
withyour belt buckle. Ooh. Close.
Colorful, but close. l like this seat
better an_ay. Yes. Have a smoke.
It seems to help. [ Crowd Cheering ]
Come on, defense! Come on, Billy Ray,
get tough! You know, l wanted to be
a high-fashion model once. But, hell, how long
can you model clothes
for 8-year-olds? Boys. Besides that,
my cheeks were too fat. These cheeks. These. [ Yells ] [ Carrie ] Oh, my goodness,
we’re airborne here. Oh, look, a football game! l know they’re kids.
What doyou think l think they are? – Don’t hit the kids!
– Getyour hands offmywheel! Oh, lean to the left
Iean to the right- Stand up there
and see ifyou can see
where the hell theywent. – Can you see anything?
– Yeah, it’s a football game.
Can we watch, Daddy? Uh, you stay
and watch the game.
l’m goin’ back! B-But, Daddy-

66 thoughts on “Smokey and the Bandit (8/10) Movie CLIP – Oh, Look, a Football Game! (1977) HD

  1. According to Hal Needham on a radio show in Atlanta, the scene with the football players narrowly missed being a serious accident when, unknown to the film crew, a groundskeeper watered the grass on the field, causing the car to go out of control, slide the wrong way, and almost hit the extras.

  2. we were on that dugout and THE KIDS INSIDE THE DUGOUT DID GET HURT AND THE FIELD WAS NOT WET TIE ROD BROKE ON IMPACT!!!!  NOBODY DIED BUT KIDS GOT HURT!!

  3. BY THE WAY WHEN THE CAR HITS THE GROUND ITS DUST FLYIN AROUND NOT WATER, AND ALSO  PULL THIS CLIP SLOW IT DOWN AND WATCH THE KIDS INSIDE THE DUGOUT. Smokey and the Bandit (8/10) Movie CLIP – Oh, Look, a Football Game     THIS WILL DISPELL ANYTHING SAID ON THAT RADIO SHOW

  4. "I wish they had off cremated the son of a b………." 0:36
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  5. "You stay and watch the game, I'm going back." (eerrrr, face on hood) I busted a gut the 1st time I seen that."

  6. Reynolds was given the 1977 vehicle used during promotion of the film as a gift, though the car itself never actually appeared in the film. Because of the popularity of the movie and the sales success of the Trans Am, then President of Pontiac Alex Mair promised to supply Reynolds with a Trans Am each year. Owing to his financial difficulties, in 2014 Reynolds put his vast collection of artwork and memorabilia up for auction, including the Trans Am. High estimates for the car were up to $80,000, but that was dwarfed by the actual sale price of $450,000. Also up for auction was a go-kart replica of the car, which sold for nearly $14,000

  7. Burt said this scene almost cost him his career and could've killed some kids. The stunt lady was suppose to go around the game instead she jumped over the kids

  8. So, when the car first crashes through the dugout it shows it turning to the left, then immediately it cuts to a scene where the car is turning to the right. Or am I tripping?

  9. RIP . Burt seemed to be a fine man. About 3 years ago ,I saw him ,at a Best Buy store in Jupiter Florida. He was looking for a new TV . He was so nice and polite to everyone. I felt so bad for him. He was obviously in a lot of pain ,and it showed. May God rest his soul. We lost a great man , and a wonderful actor.

  10. If they weren't supposed to go through it, then why were there cameras set up where the jump was and where they go through the wall? (Added drama)

  11. There is an interview video about this scene with Reynolds. He said he was in the passenger seat and the stunt woman driving panicked and actually went straight through the game on the field rather than around it like she was supposed to and ran over two kids who ducked down just before they were hit. The kids weren't hurt but he said two mothers of the children fainted, the stunt woman was beside herself with what just happened, and it was that close to one or more of these kids dying.

    And yes one of my favorite parts of this movie is "It's a football game, can we watch daddy?" "You stay and watch I"m goin' back."

  12. In real life, Burt thought the stunt driver ran over some of the kids during this shoot. He said mothers fainted and parents where hysterical because the female stunt driver messed up.

  13. Even filming this scene the Sally field stunt driver messed up on where to come out onto the field and almost
    Kill 3 kids on the playing field.
    Later burt stopped production to apologize and take families out to dinner taking himself as the main person responsible.

  14. That is quite a remarkable scene. After watching it several times I've noticed some interesting things. When they cut to the front angle of the football players running with the Trans Am behind them it really is still the same car finishing the landing from the jump and then driving on past the camera. Most of the time in car jumps they will bring the car to a stop soon after the landing since in editing it will be cut anyway. But in this case they really did use a side camera, the front camera and also the in-car POV camera to play on out the scene a bit longer. Upon landing the wipers come on as evident in the side view, then front view and in-car. The car passes the players then turns right, heading to the wall. From the vantage point of the in-car camera there was no place for the car to go unless they either (1)planned to slam on the brakes and bring the car to a stop or (2)crash into the wall.
    It appears they planned to crash into the wall and the pretend squabble / fighting over the steering wheel was part of the plan. The people sitting on top of the wall do not go into panic at all, even though the car is heading straight below them, which could allegedly bring them collapsing down. The cheerleaders to the left hardly notice the car and there is no way the production would launch a car onto the field without everyone present being prepped and part of the scene. They certainly wouldn't come ramping onto a field by surprise. Remember the front camera crew was somewhere on the field, zoomed in yes, but since the camera pans for the car passing it had to be relatively near the midst of the players on the field. What raises question is the little blonde cheerleader to the right seems genuinely surprised as she turns around and dangerously close to getting hit and the person hanging on the fence of the wall and the person draping the blue thing (coat?) over them seem to be in danger, especially the one in blue who doesn't seem to have gotten out of the way.
    If the car was supposed to come to a stop but instead kept going for some reason it seems there should be much more commotion/panic then is present.
    It appears that the car coming out of the wall is not part of a continuous take of ramping and crashing as the wipers don't seem to be going and the passenger's (Burt's stunt man) right hand is at the far right in the car, close to where the grab handle and glove box is located in a '76/77 Trans Am. If it is a continuous take then they certainly planned to go through the wall else there wouldn't have been a camera crew there to capture it. The rear of the wall looks quite different from the front so I suspect that the exit crash was un-related to the entry crash. For some reason they have 2 takes of the car coming out of the wall (one turning left with no CB antenna and the other take turning right with the CB antenna intact that later gets knocked off as they merge onto the street.
    The only way to know for sure about this whole scene is to get hold of the screenplay and production notes which would say the passengers fought over the wheel and the car crashes through the wall, narrowly missing the people. Or to see the rest of the footage that didn't make it to the movie. But since none of that seems to exist anymore it seems at least of few of the eye witnesses present would chime in with what they saw. There are several dozen people watching the car in this scene. Many are looking away but many are watching what is happening. A person who was 10 or 25 years old back then would be 52 and 67 today.

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