Who says far out in Smokey and the Bandit?
Stunned, Lamar uses John Denver’s old line of “Far out!” From Quiz: “Smokey & the Bandit” Quotes – part 2.
What’s the name of snowmans dog?
Fred the Basset Hound from Smokey and The Bandit – partner to truck driver Cledus “Snowman” Snow (the late Jerry Reed).
How popular was Smokey and the Bandit?
Smokey and the Bandit was the second-highest-grossing domestic film of 1977, with $126 million against a budget of $4.3 million (only Star Wars made a higher gross that year, earning $775.5 million).
Was Fred Jerry Reed’s dog?
Everyone who watched Smokey and the Bandit instantly fell in love with Snowman’s pet Basset Hound named Fred. Although the dog was playing the part of Reed’s pet, Reynolds was actually the one responsible for casting the canine.
Does The Snowman book have words?
As in the book and the film, there are no words, apart from the lyrics of the song “Walking in the Air”. The story is told through images and movement. Special effects include the Snowman and boy flying high over the stage (with assistance of wires and harnesses) and ‘snow’ falling in part of the auditorium.
What did the bandit say in Smokey and the bandit?
Bandit: Before I tell you where I am, Sheriff, there’s just one thing I wanna say. You must be part coon dog, ’cause I’ve been chased by the best of them, and son, you make ’em look like they’re all runnin’ in slow motion. I just wanna say that. Buford T. Justice: Well, thank you, Mr. Bandit.
What kind of truck does Snowman drive in Smokey and the bandit?
The Snowman is tasked with driving the truck, filled with contraband, as Bandit follows him in a Pontiac Trans Am. In reality, though, Jerry Reed’s character is not actually driving the truck! They loaded the truck onto a flatbed trailer and had another 18 wheeler tow it around.
What did Buford T Justice say in Smokey and the bandit?
Buford T. Justice: I hope your goddamn head was in it. Buford T. Justice: Give me a diablo sandwich, a Dr. Pepper, and make it quick, I’m in a god-damn hurry. Sheriff Branford: The fact that you are a sheriff is not germane to the situation.