Tag: The Highway Men

Bonnie and Clyde death car  – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Bonnie and Clyde death car – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

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With the Bonnie and Clyde story coming back to the fore with the Costner and Harrelson film “The Highwaymen” directed by John Lee Hancock released by Netflix this 2014 article from Hemmings on the history of the death car is a good read, especially if you follow all the links that Daniel has researched. The genuine car is sadly sitting in a Nevada casino.

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The Highwaymen (2019) – Costner & Harrelson, Bringing Down Bonnie & Clyde

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Enjoyable film especially for lovers of the 30’s and vintage Fords

Kevin Costner is an actor who makes almost everything he’s in better. A reliable force in Hollywood for decades now, he brings a gravitas to his roles that elevate most projects. In the case of The Highwaymen, a new film that just hit Netflix yesterday, his performance almost is enough to recommend it on its own. The whole final product is a bit too uneven, though Costner is really strong in the central role. While the flick is making some unusual choices, Costner is just doing his thing and putting the movie on his back. It doesn’t fully make up for the shortcomings, but the film knows that Costner is the selling point and leans into that. The movie is a true life drama based on the untold story of the two legendary detectives and former Texas Rangers who were able to bring down Bonnie and Clyde. At the onset,

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