Smokey and the Bandit II (1980): The Final Battle Scene

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The clip The final battle scene from Smokey and the Bandit II (1980) with Burt Reynolds, Jerry Reed Son, i...
The clip The final battle scene from Smokey and the Bandit II (1980) with Burt Reynolds, Jerry Reed Son, if we keep humping all night, we'll be in Dallas by morning. We're finally in Texas. Hey, Bandit, we got you-know-who on my backdoor one more time. Say, Bandit, if you make a left turn on this next dirt road... then your ass is gonna be grass, and I'm gonna mow it. You ought to put some Preparation H on your lips, Buford... cause you're talking out of your you-know-what. This is the left, Bandit. Now, are you gonna take that challenge or not? Come on, fat boy. Snowman, keep on hoofing it down the road. Buford thinks he's suckering me into something, but it ain't gonna happen. We're both going out into this desert, but only one of us is coming back. You hear that, Buford? Are you ready, Gaylord? We are ready with charge akimbo. Are you ready, Reggie? We are prepared for combat. And are you ready, Bandit? I was born ready, lard ass. Just take a little look up to your right. Now, take a little look up to your left. Now, take a look behind you. I'm about to crush your walnuts. I'm about to get my walnuts outta here. Let's roll them.
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