Bonnie and Clyde


Nineteen Seventy-four was a pretty cool year to be 17. Bobby Hull was setting a record pace in goal  scoring in the WHA. Girls wore bras that did up in the front. Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder were making the laugh-out-loud funniest movies of the past 5o years. Both “Blazing Saddles” and “Young Frankenstein” came out

Bank robbers Holiday Grainger and Emile Hirsche A two-part TV-movie? What is this–1985??No, it’s Bonnie & Clyde and you can tell it’snot the ’80s because its airing over three networks at once: History, Lifetime and A&E. Part Two airs Monday night at 9 p.m.I spoke last week with executive producers John Rice and Joe Batteer