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Bobbie Jo & Outlaw


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  • Actors: Marjoe Gortner, Lynda Carter
  • Directors: Mark L. Lester
  • Writers: Vernon Zimmerman
  • Producers: Mark L. Lester
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: MGM
  • DVD Release Date: April 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004ULEENE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,639 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

A stunning carhop who wants to be a country singer and her sweetheart who dreams he's Billy the Kid become involved in robbery and murder.

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Customer Reviews

The acting is so-so, but not watchable.
Allen Driskill
The title is actually under REVIEW, as likely many people other than myself are having issues with it.
Carter Classic
For me, it is worth owning for that reason alone.
Bruce in Texas

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Carter Classic on June 7, 2011
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After YEARS of waiting for Bobbie Jo & the Outlaw to FINALLY arrive on DVD, I regret to inform the buying public that the copy I bought thru an AMAZON SELLER (DOES NOT PLAY) on my DVD PLAYER, despite the information presented on the site/& package. It states it's expected to play on DVD Players, but not necessarily DVD RECORDER & PC's. This is the same title/DVD that is an Amazon Exclusive that is also being sold by Amazon Sellers/EBAY sellers etc.

The disc doesn't even play in DVD Players, just freezes the machine/constantly spins the disc. After 3 tries I removed the disc & prepared it for shipping for a COMPLETE refund. It's a GREAT SHAME, as I was under the impression (as many would be) that these NEW "ON DEMAND" Limited Edition titles should work. Because MGM decided not to OFFICIALLY release Bobbie Jo & the Outlaw on DVD (as they worry it wouldn't be cost effective/weak market for a Cult 70's film that only would attract a particular demographic i.e. Lynda Carter fans/drive-in style films), they've decided to market it thru AMAZON in an ON DEMAND style-fashion, which sounded like a fantastic alternative but at the moment is a BUST!

The title is actually under REVIEW, as likely many people other than myself are having issues with it. Once again, a real shame as this is a Cult 70's drive-in classic that I'm sure many of you were looking forward to possibly seeing. I welcome anyone else to write & mention their experiences with this ON DEMAND title & if they had similar issues?

Hopefully in the VERY NEAR future, Amazon will work with MGM to redo Bobbie Jo & the Outlaw (corrected & free of flaws) so this title can be enjoyed by the fans of the film/Carter.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Chris C on May 13, 2013
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Before Lynda Carter got that phone call informing her she'd be America's favorite bullet-deflecting, satin tight wearing super she-ro, she starred in this cheapie flick produced by American International Studios. This outfit basically produced every exploitation flick from the 69s and 70s; back then they were mainly shown in drive-ins, usually as double features, where teen audiences were not so discriminating (for obvious reasons). Bobbie Jo and the Oulaw is a perfect example of this particular strain of cheapie - in 1976, fast cars, drugs and boobs were necessary ingredients, and thanks to films like Bonnie and Clyde and Robert Altman's Thieves Like Us, rebel outlaws were too. And one other element was rising in popularity - the small-bit country singer who's got his/her sight on being a star. Here that's represented by Lynda Carter, who gets a chance to showcase her singing chops, albeit just briefly.

So the plot is nothing at all special, but here's a quick recap: Lyle Wheeler (Marjoe Gortner), who fancies himself a fast draw in the tradition of Billy the Kid, swipes the car of a leather salesman, and from there takes the life of an outlaw, beguiling a fresh faced drive-in waitress named Bobbie Jo (Carter) in the process. One act of crime leads to another, and before long, the duo become a fivesome, now including Bobbie's best friend Essie (Belinda Balaski), sister Pearl (Merrie Lynn Ross), and Pearl's boyfriend Slick (Jessie Vint). The band vows to defend each other to the death, with the exception of Essie, who notifies the cops of their whereabouts; she gets shot by the cops in the ensuing crossfire, strengthening the rest of the group's resolve to continue their criminal ways.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By David Baldwin on September 20, 2011
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The high point of this flick is Lynda Carter bares one breast. That's right one breast. So impressed were the makers of this ho-hum affair of this singular shot of Carter's mammary gland that they used it twice. Carter, the selling point here for those who went through puberty with "Wonder Woman", basically rides shotgun to Marjoe Gortner's Outlaw. In fairness to Gortner he's pretty charismatic here. Carter on the other hand was a more credible actress on "Battle of the Network Stars". Not to lay all the blame on Carter the film is directed in fairly ham-handed fashion by Mark L. Lester, no relation to the kid who played Oliver. Lester aspires to make a latter day "Bonnie and Clyde" but he doesn't meet the standards of "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry". The film was obviously made by film school grads because they name a deputy sheriff Abel Gance, a reference to the French silent filmmaker who made "Napoleon". Not only is this affair boring it's pretentious! I know this is standard drive-in affair but the makers should have taken their cues from Roger Corman in how to make a low-budget programmer with resonance.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cody Clarke on June 7, 2011
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I ordered this title from Amazon, but the DVD that came had the film 'Call of the Wild' with Charlton Heston on the actual disc and menu, despite having disc and cover art that said Bobbie Jo & the Outlaw. I returned it and got a replacement copy. The replacement had the same exact problem! After that, Amazon issued me a full refund and sent a third replacement copy, promising that the new batch of DVD's was now correct. It was.

The video and audio quality on this title is very good. I'm glad this movie has seen the light of day. If you're a Lynda Carter fan, or just a fan of 70's cinema, definitely check it out.
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