Current Movie: Smokey and the Bandit – Sept. 28

Value
$11
Savings
$2
  • Friday, Sept. 28, at 7PM
  • 700 W. Main in Boise
  • Doors open at 6PM; all seating is open
  • 21+ only, please
Bummer! You just missed this show! Tickets may still be available at the Egyptian Theatre box office.
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You must be at least 21 years old to attend. Please have your ID ready at the door.


The unhappy time has arrived to bid farewell to America’s favorite reckless driver. Let’s lift a glass together to Burt Reynolds and celebrate an American movie icon.

Smokey & the Bandit is basically a movie about a long-distance beer run. Its appeal was driven almost solely by the charm and sex appeal of one Burt Reynolds…and a rumbling Trans Am! (a concept that played so well that 18 months later, The Dukes of Hazard hit the airwaves with roughly the same concept)

Ok, that’s not entirely accurate. Sally Field brought plenty of charm herself, and Jackie Gleason plays a perfect clumsy yokel-sheriff.

But Reynolds created an American icon in Bandit. The same film with a lesser lead would likely have slipped into obscurity, but who doesn’t LOVE Burt Reynolds playing Bandit!

Been awhile? Here’s a quick review:

Bandit and Cledus are two truck-driving southerners who accept a dare from big-shots Big and Little Enos to pick up a truckload of beer from Texas and return it to them within a specified amount of time. Picking it up is simple enough, but as they are leaving Texas, Bandit unwittingly picks up Carrie, a hitchhiking bride-to-be who just left her groom, Junior, at the altar. Junior, however, is the son of Sheriff Buford T. Justice. And when Buford and Junior discover what has happened, they go on a “high-speed pursuit” across the Southeast to catch the bandit. – From IMDB

Venue: Egyptian TheatreMore

Founded in 1927, The Egyptian Theatre is Boise’s premier historical theatre located in the heart of downtown at the corner of Capitol Blvd. and Main St. The Egyptian Theatre opened for business with “Don Juan” on April 19, 1927. Also known by guests as the Fox in the 1930′s, the ADA in the 1940′s and again as the Egyptian in the late 1970′s, is the last of the downtown single scree... Read More.

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Highlights:

  • Beer (from Texarkana) & wine
  • Boise's farewell bidding to Burt Reynolds
  • We're eastbound and down!
 

Fine Print:

You must be at least 21 years old to attend. Please have your ID ready at the door.
Smokey and the Bandit will show at the Egyptian Theatre on Friday, September 28, 2018 at 7:00PM. Tickets bought online are $9. Doors open at 6PM; all seating is open. If tickets remain on the night of the show, they can be purchased at the Egyptian box office for $11. When 100 tickets are purchased, payments will be collected and tickets will be issued for you to print out from this website and bring with you on the night of the screening. No admission without a ticket. If 100 tickets fail to sell, no payments will be collected, no tickets will be issued, and no movie will be screened.

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