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(YouTube) Video Saturday Cinema, Deliverance 1972 - Okay, youngsters. If you haven't seen this camping-trip-gone-wrong story, track this picture down to have the crap scared out of you by deranged hillbillies   ( divider line
    More: Video, hillbilly, Leonard Maltin, MPAA ratings, Jon Voight, film institutes, American films, Burt Reynolds, Academy Awards  
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Deliverance - Trailer

Nominated for three Academy Awards including Best Picture, directed by Oscar-nominated John Boorman ("Hope And Glory"), and starring Academy Award-winner Jon Voight ("Mission: Impossible," "Heat") and Oscar- nominee, Golden Globe and Emmy-winner Burt Reynolds ("Boogie Nights," "Evening Shade"), this box-office hit is the story of four city men on a harrowing weekend canoe trip who pit their nerve and muscle against the churning white waters of a wild Georgia river -- where only three are "delivered" from the heart-pounding experience. Recently selected by the prestigious American Film Institute as one of the 400 greatest American films of all time. Leonard Maltin praises this action and psychological adventure -- featuring the famous "Dueling Banjos" theme -- as having "two of the most terrifying film villains in history," giving it his highest rating, fuck (four stars)! MPAA Rating: R #Trailer #WB

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