Smokey and the Bandit takes top spot in Burt Reynolds' poll

Smokey and the Bandit takes top spot in Burt Reynolds poll

During The Citizen's last online poll we asked "what is your favourite Burt Reynolds movie?"

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Outrunning the competition was Smokey and The Bandit, which took 44 per cent of the vote and 335 votes.

Coming in a distant second was the canoe trip that went very, very wrong in Deliverance with 22 per cent of the vote and 167 votes.

The Longest Yard took 14 per cent of the vote and 109 votes, while The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas took eight per cent with 60 votes.

Boogie Nights took five per cent with 41 votes and Hooper took one per cent of the vote with nine votes.

Total number of votes was 767. Remember this is not a scientific poll. Next online poll question is "What should the federal government do after the Trans Mountain court ruling requiring further consultation with First Nations?"

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