The Reivers (1969) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Mark Rydell and produced by Irving Ravetch, Robert E. Relyea and Rick Rosenberg.
Academy Awards 1969 --- Ceremony Number 42 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Supporting Actor||Rupert Crosse||Nominated|
|Best Music - Scoring||John Williams||Nominated|
A Revisionist View of “The Reivers”: Novel into FilmBy Stephen Reginald on Apr 29, 2020 From Classic Movie Man
A Revisionist View of “The Reivers”: Novel into Film Carl Rollyson www.carlrollyson.com The Reivers (1962), William Faulkner’s final novel, casts a retrospective and ruminative eye on the history of Yoknapatawpha, his mythical county. Critics and biographers have called the ... Read full article
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Ned: Boon, when do you think I can have it?
Boon Hoggenbeck: String bean you so much to lay a hand on this automobile, I'll jump down your throat, and tap dance on your lungs!
Boss: Don't be rude to Callie, and don't be advised by Boon. He knows no obstacles, counts no costs, fears no dangers.
Boon Hoggenbeck: [to Lucius before the horse race] You can be scared if you want to - you can't help that - but don't be afraid, son.
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Actor Charles Aidman was originally cast to play the role of Maury, but Lonny Chapman replaced him when Aidman was called in by CBS temporarily to replace Ross Martin on "The Wild, Wild West" (1965).
The Winton Flyer was not a real automobile. It was created from scratch for this movie by Kenneth Howard, aka Von Dutch. The car was designed to resemble a typical vehicle from 1904, but built to withstand the rigors of filming. Steve McQueen called the car "the real star of the picture", and took possession of it after filming ended. It remained in his collection until his death in 1980.The actual car can now be seen in the Peterson Automotive Museum In Los Angeles.
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