Ned Beatty and Burt Reynolds in a scene from the film "Deliverance
Full caption reads:Ned Beatty debuts in Warner Bros.' "Deliverance," starring Jon Voight and Burt Reynolds. As co-star in the film produced and directed by John Boorman, Beatty plays an Atlanta businessman who takes part in the murder of two mountaineers. He's shown in a scene with Burt Reynolds where they are nearly drowned in a canoeing accident. Poet James Dickey wrote the screenplay based on his best-selling novel., 1972, Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections., Printed in U.S.A. Copyright 1972 by Warner Bros. Inc.
Ned Beatty, Burt Reynolds, Jon Voight and Ronny Cox on the set of the film "Deliverance"
Full caption reads: Newcomers Ned Beatty (left) and Ronny Cox (center) go over a scene with stars Burt Reynolds and Jon Voight preparing their first motion picture, Warner Bros.' "Deliverance," produced and directed by John Boorman from a screenplay by poet James Dickey, from his best-selling novel. Both veteran stage actors, Beatty and Cox make their initial screen appearances as co-stars and have since signed for major roles in other feature pictures, based on their fine showing in "Deliverance.", 1972, Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections., Printed in U.S.A. Copyright 1972 by Warner Bros. Inc., Print no. B-24.
Ned Beatty, Jon Voight and Ronny Cox in a scene from the film "Deliverance"
Full caption reads: Film bow by Ronny Cox and Ned Beatty finds them playing a scene with star Jon Voight in Warner Bros.' explosive drama "Deliverance," produced and directed by John Boorman and also starring Burt Reynolds. The film marks the film debut of both Cox and Beatty, though both have extensive stage backgrounds. Poet James Dickey wrote the screenplay based on his best-selling novel., 1972, Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections., Printed in U.S.A. Copyright 1972 by Warner Bros. Inc., Print no. B-98.