|Writers||Allan Burns (written by)
William Goldman (characters)
|Cast||William Katt Tom Berenger Jeff Corey John Schuck Michael C. Gwynne Peter Weller Brian Dennehy Christopher Lloyd Jill Eikenberry Joel Fluellen Regina Baff Peter Brocco Vincent Schiavelli Hugh Gillin Sherril Lynn Rettino Jack Riley Charles Knapp|
|Plot||... see Butch and Sundance: The Early Days on IMDb|
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|The first film to actually bill itself as a "prequel," this Richard Lester effort certainly didn't measure up to the Robert Redford-Paul Newman original, but it's better than you'd think. That's because of Lester's terrific sense of slapstick and his ability to deflate legends. He gets Newman and Redford lookalikes Tom Berenger and William Katt and puts them through a series of screwups and miscues, as the two would-be outlaws find that breaking the law is no easy business. Writer Allan Burns's script isn't long on story, but it offers both plausible and entertaining explanations of how these two came to be partners. --Marshall Fine|
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