Every Burt Reynold Movie on Netflix

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Talented actor of both movies and TV series, Burt Reynolds had passed at the age of 82. If you’re looking to remember him by watching his back catalogue, you’ll be able to find some of his movies currently streaming on the service.

The NYTimes refers to Burt Reynolds as a heartthrob and noted he made audiences laugh as he’s had an illustrious career spanning decades and inspiring millions around the world.

Unfortunately, some of Burt’s biggest movies can’t be found on Netflix. Titles like Striptease, Smokey and the Bandit, Deliverance, Out of This World, The Dukes of Hazzard and more remain away from Netflix.

Here’s a look at Burt Reynold’s collection of works that are streaming on Netflix in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.

Boogie Nights

Streaming on Netflix US

This movie was undoubtedly Burt Reynolds career defining movie. He appears alongside Mark Wahlberg and Reynolds plays a filmmaker caressing the then young Wahlberg to become an actor in the adult film industry.

Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie (1997)

Streaming on Netflix US, UK, CA

Burt Reynolds had a major appearance is one of Mr Beans first forays into the movie world. In the title, he played General Newton who was tasked with protecting a prized painting which Bean unwittingly screwed up.

Legend of Frosty the Snowman

Streaming on Netflix US, UK, CA

In this 2005 animated hit, Burt was the narrator throughout. It’s maybe a bit early to be watching Christmas movies but it’s a worthwhile movie that’s great for the kids.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask

Streaming on Netflix UK

This 1972 movie featured a Burt Reynolds at his prime. He played the role of Switchboard in this Woody Allen flick where questions from Dr. David Reuben’s once-controversial book of the same name are turned into seven silly Woody Allen-penned vignettes.

The Longest Yard

Streaming on Netflix UK, CA

There’s rarely a valid excuse to watch an Adam Sandler movie but you can absolutely make an exception for this one. Burt played the charismatic Coach Nate Scarborough in this comedy movie where prison inmates banded together to form a football team against the guards.

As always with Netflix, its movie gaps are noticeable but there’s still a few hits to honour the memory of the late actor. RIP Burt Reynolds, you will be missed.

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