Burt Reynolds


HBO Max Removes Iconic Burt Reynolds Movie

One of Burt Reynolds' most iconic movies has tragically left the HBO Max streaming catalog. Up until this month, Deliverance was available for subscribers to watch anytime. Now you'll have to look much further to find the infamous adventure drama. Deliverance is one of the biggest titles of the late...
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C&I Digital Streaming Guide: Burt Reynolds

Looking back at some of the late superstar’s films on a very special weekend. This weekend in Oklahoma City, the late Burt Reynolds will be celebrated posthumously with a prestigious honor: He’ll be inaugurated into the Hall of Great Western Performers by The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum during the 61st Western Heritage Awards. To mark the occasion, we’re looking back at some of his most notable films. Just click the title, and you’ll see where to stream it.

Burt Reynolds: Don’t Ask Him To Behave!

This is the epic story of one of the most legendary stars to ever strut onto Hollywood. Burt Reynolds was probably one of the most influential figures in American history, in Hollywood and the automotive enthusiast community. Originally called "Buddy," to differentiate himself from his father, Burt Milo Reynolds Sr. Burt Leon Reynolds had a distinctly American upbringing. Although initially born in Lansing, Michigan, on February 11, 1936. Burt would eventually tell people he was born in Waycross, Georgia, because "he didn't want people to think he was a Yankee." But, of course, having been born in Michigan certainly didn't mean he grew up in the North. Instead, his father was drafted into the military when Burt was just six years old, placing him in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. After his father was deployed to the beach of Normandy, the family moved back to Michigan and would later settle in Riviera Beach, Florida.