W.W. & the Dixie Dancekings

Director: John G. Avildsen
Cast: Burt Reynolds, Art Carney, Conny Van Dyke, Jerry Reed, Ned BeattyRating: PG (Violence/Adult Situations/Suitable for Children/Adult Language)NYT Review Summary

Burt Reynolds stars in this fast-paced “road” picture as W. W. Bright, a 1950s Southern con man. He takes over Takes over the Dixie Dancekings, a two-bit country-western act headed by Dixie (Conny Van Dyke). Bright wheels and deals to get the Dixie Dancekings into the Grand Ole Opry. Meanwhile, he robs the gas stations of an oil company which he feels has cheated him, and is pursued by Bible-thumping lawman Deacon Gore (Art Carney). W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings is highlighted by musical renditions from Conny Van Dyke, Jerry Reed and Furry Lewis–and from Ned Beatty, playing an image-conscious Porter Wagoner type. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Running Time: 91 Minutes

The NYT review of W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings:





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3 Responses to “Film”

  1. Conny,
    I liked this movie and it’s story. It had the elements of prison life, a great con as well as a love story. I must say you had some great comedic lines in this movie. You did them great! When I first saw Framed I wasn’t really into it but after seeing it a few times I saw it was a pretty good movie.

  2. Hi connie
    my favorite movie of yours is hell’s angels were great in that movie.
    How can your fans get your autograph?

  3. Tony,
    Thank you so much for the comment. Please write again with an address (I will not publish your address!). I will be glad to send out an autographed photo to you. Just let me know f you want a head-shot or the full-length shot.
    Best to you,

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