Cool cars, Coors beer, and CB radio: this rollicking road comedy cemented Burt Reynolds’s status as a Clark Gable for the 1970s. He’s the rascally Bandit, burning rubber across state lines when he’s hired to help transport 400 cases of bootleg booze from Texas to Georgia, with Sally Field’s runaway bride in tow, and Jackie Gleason’s irascible sheriff in hot pursuit. Wonderfully loose-limbed in that inimitable seventies way, it’s essentially one long, pedal-to-the-metal chase sequence, punctuated by the sparky interplay between Reynolds and a most delightful Field.