4 edition of Bonnie & Clyde found in the catalog.
Bonnie & Clyde
Includes a screenplay of Bonnie and Clyde based on the original screenplay by David Newman and Robert Benton.
|Statement||compiled & edited by Sandra Wake & Nicola Hayden ; directed by Arthur Penn ; produced by Warren Beatty ; screenplay by David Newman & Robert Benton.|
|Contributions||Hayden, Nicola., Newman, David, 1937-, Benton, Robert.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||223 p. :|
|Number of Pages||223|
|ISBN 10||0856470848, 0856470856|
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Bonnie and Clyde: Never go crooked. It's for the love of a man that I'm gonna have to die (American Gangster Book 2). Bonnie and Clyde go to town with C.W., but when the time comes for them to go back to Malcolm's, C.W.'s lurking the hardware store.
(He was instructed to stay in town by Malcolm: C.W. knows exactly what's about to go down.) Bonnie and Clyde drive back along a dusty road, obviously helplessly in love with each other.
Bonnie and Clyde is a very frank and vivid account of the Depression Era’s most notorious couple. Its beautiful, magical prose clearly evokes the desperation felt the world over following the economy’s collapse, a time that saw “bankers leaping from the tenth story to go splat against pavements, once-proud men standing in lines for a bowl of soup, women with their hopes .