Burt Reynolds on the set of “The Hawk,” in Manhattan, June 8, 1966.  Reynolds, a wryly appealing and self-mocking Hollywood heartthrob who carried on a long love affair with moviegoers through performances that could often be more memorable than the films that contained them, has died, a spokesman said on Sept. 6, 2018. He was 82.
Burt Reynolds on the set of “The Hawk,” in Manhattan, June 8, 1966. Reynolds, a wryly appealing and self-mocking Hollywood heartthrob who carried on a long love affair with moviegoers through performances that could often be more memorable than the films that contained them, has died, a spokesman said on Sept. 6, 2018. He was 82. SAM FALK New York Times
Burt Reynolds on the set of “The Hawk,” in Manhattan, June 8, 1966. Reynolds, a wryly appealing and self-mocking Hollywood heartthrob who carried on a long love affair with moviegoers through performances that could often be more memorable than the films that contained them, has died, a spokesman said on Sept. 6, 2018. He was 82. SAM FALK New York Times

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