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Here Are a Bunch of Photos of Burt Reynolds Looking Cool as Hell
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Burt Reynolds, the star of Smokey and the Bandit, Deliverance, and Boogie Nights, died Thursday at the age of 82. Reynolds’s career spanned seven decades, but it was during the late ’70s and early ’80s that he became the most bankable star in Hollywood. He was also the coolest guy in the room, as these photos show. R.I.P., Burt.
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This undated photo, in an unnamed location—maybe Las Vegas—is Exhibit A for Reynold’s coolness.
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BOOM—the collar. Reynolds struts into the premiere of The End in Los Angeles in 1978.
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He could make any car look iconic. Here he poses with Jim Nabors and Hal Needham during the filming of Stroker Ace in 1982 at the Lakewood Park Speedway in Atlanta.
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Posing with Jane Fonda and Warren Beatty in 1978. Look at the ruffled tuxedo shirt.
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Here he is making a toast in 1994 at the grand opening of his restaurant in Miami Beach.
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Reynolds outside LAX after arriving from Miami in 1972. The sunglasses, shirt, and jacket are incredible, but look closer and notice that he’s wearing a white turtleneck under it all. Gutsy—and ahead of his time.
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Steal this look from 1980 right now. Do it.
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F*ck yes that’s a leather blazer (in 1985).
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Reynolds rocks a brown suit, beautifully, in this undated photo.
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Reynolds attends the premiere of Lucky Lady on December 11, 1975 at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City. Check out that apple tie and those wide lapels. *chef’s kiss*
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Reynolds with a strong gingham shirt game in 1980.
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Reynolds in a vinyl jacket—and nothing else on top?—hosts Saturday Night Live on April 12, 1980.
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Of course he looks good in a tux. Here he’s with Loni Anderson at the City Heat Hollywood Premiere on December 5, 1984 at Mann’s Chinese Theatre.
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Reynolds gives someone a smoldering stare at the opening of Annie on November 4, 1977 in New York City.
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Reynolds dons a devil-may-care pink shirt at the Palm restaurant in Beverly Hills in April 1977.
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Reynolds kicks back at the Dorchester Hotel in London in July 1973.
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Reynolds relaxes during a scene in his TV show Hawk in 1966.
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The chest hair for which he’s famous, alongside Jon Voigt, in 1972.