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Kathy Ireland in this episode plays the former g.f.
of gangster Lucky Bergstrom (Tony Curtis in a virtual walk-on); she’s on the lam and pursued by his henchmen, an FBI agent (Mark Joy), a bounty hunter (Joe Cortese) and — briefly — a pair of bumbling local deputies, eager to one-up the feds.
Assisting Bandit are a busload of nudists (don’t ask), an Elvis Presley impersonator (ditto), and eventually the bounty hunter.
Main problem, surprisingly in a Hal Needham vehicle, is too much talk and not enough action — the fair-to-good set-piece stunt scenes are separated by long stretches of needless exposition.
I always thought that if I wanted to do a family, I wanted to do it big. there's constant chatter in our house, whether it's giggling or screaming or crying or banging.
Maybe it's nice to be in a hotel room for a day - 'Oh, nice, I can finally read a paper.' But then, by the next day, I miss that cacophony, all that life.
Nina paired together a loose-fitted striped t-shirt with dark denim skinny jeans and flat sandals on her feet that boasted a leopard print design.
She wore her brunette locks down in a tousled style and hid behind a huge pair of shades as she strolled alongside her friend.
Characters played by Sally Field, Jackie Gleason and Jerry Reed are MIA.Cars are the stars in “Bandit” from Universal’s rotating “Action Pack” series of syndicated two-hour dramas.Brian Bloom stars as title character, originally played by Burt Reynolds in the hit “Smokey and the Bandit” films; TV version makes one long for the relative sophistication of the original — or even “The Dukes of Hazzard.” Bloom is pleasant enough as an updated version of the outlaw, here civilized enough to be named grand marshal of big-time stock car race.We begin with a narrator proclaiming that some of the best writing is found on the tribute plaques attached to the benches within Central Park.Those plaques are used a few times throughout the film to drive home a particular situation or status within the story.