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Boxcar Bertha
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Boxcar Bertha 1972

From Amazon: Martin Scorsese was just another college film school grad with a student feature under his belt when producer Roger Corman tapped him to direct AIP's entry in the Bonnie and Clyde craze. Barbara Hershey stars as the real-life depression era orphan of the title, a charming, cheeky young woman who tramped the Deep South with a union organizer (David Carradine), a dandified New York con man (Barry Primus), and a blues-playing mechanic (Bernie Casey), turning her motley band into train-robbing outlaws. Scorsese was anxious to show his chops on a real Hollywood feature and does so admirably (if impersonally) with rough-and-ready style. If...

Directed By:
Martin ScorseseMartin Scorsese
Written By:
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No image existsJoyce H. Corrington
Barbara HersheyBarbara Hershey
David CarradineDavid Carradine
John CarradineJohn Carradine
No image existsBarry Primus
No image existsBernie Casey
No image existsVictor Argo
Martin ScorseseMartin Scorsese
No image existsJohn Stephens

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Boxcar Bertha Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/24/2007)

Before he did Mean Streets and raging Bull, Martin Scorsese directed this underrated Roger Corman version of Bonnie and Clyde with Barbara Hershey (The Portrait of a Lady, The Last Temptation of Christ) in one of her very first movie roles.

It is a slow and steady film, without the excitement of Bonnie & Clyde and a role...

(complete Boxcar Bertha review by Movie Addict)

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