After weeks inside, we're looking for a getaway, so it's time to take a look at Arthur Penn's 1967 retelling of Bonnie and Clyde, written by Robert Benton and David Newman and starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway.
Join in as we discuss getaway drivers, modesty windows, a pioneering depiction of blood, the 1967 Best Picture race, a very bad thing about Donald Trump, and the experience of watching The Phantom Menace.
Plus: Why were bank robbers so popular in the 1930s? Why was the throuple cut from the movie? Should Clyde be able to have sex? And just how strong is our anti-murder stance?
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