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Remembering Bonnie and Clyde DVD

Price: $20.00
When the "Roaring Twenties" ended with a crash, the dark clouds of depression covered the body and soul. It reduced many of American's solid citizens to desperate people who would do anything they could to survive. Shanty towns, bread lines and riding the rails were common sights. Banks closed in many towns and cities, farmers were willing to go almost any place to improve their lives, even a little bit. The "dust bowl" certainly added to their misery, against this dark curtain a different kind of hero captured the imagination of many Americans. Desperados such as John Dillinger and Babyface Nelson drove through the Midwest robbing banks and gas stations. They were involved in wild "shoot-outs" with the law which captured newspaper headlines across the nation and a public following that rivaled movie stars and sports heroes. They became idols of sorts to the common man because they represented the law of survival. Leaving several dead men in their wake, Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker had a career that lasted a little more than two years and yet, history has judged them to be two of the most fascinating criminals of that era. This video documentary is the factual story of Bonnie and Clyde as remembered by those people who knew them as family, friends, acquaintances and eye-witnesses to their escapades. This is their story as told by historians who have researched the facts to separate them from the fiction that seems to have followed Bonnie and Clyde as time goes by. This is the true story of Bonnie and Clyde; a twisted tale of love, family and violence.