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- The bicycle scene from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969

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  • Crisp brand Walkers has co-opted Paul Newman's famous bicycle scene from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid for a TV ad campaign starring Gary Lineker and Cat Deeley.

    Right up there with the bicycle scene from Butch Cassidy in terms of understated eroticism is the scene in the barn in Peter Weir's close-to-perfect film Witness. Harrison Ford is about to make a move on Kelly McGillis but ends up swirling her around while dancing to Sam Cook's What a Wonderful World It Would Be. Another favourite scene is as the credits roll in Cosi, when Colin Hay plays Wagner on a piano accordion to an empty performance space after waking up from an accidental overdose. Brilliant and funny. Too many films to mention but those two stand out.

  • The full bicycle scene from Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid.

    Katherine Ross rides a bike with Paul Newman, while B. J. Thomas sings "Raindrops Keep Falling On my Head"

    I loved this song as a little kid. ;)

    Vale Paul Newman.

    The full bicycle scene from Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid.

    Katherine Ross rides a bike with Paul Newman, while B. J. Thomas sings "Raindrops Keep Falling On my Head"

    I loved this song as a little kid. ;)

    Vale Paul Newman.

  • Right up there with the bicycle scene from Butch Cassidy in terms of understated eroticism is the scene in the barn in Peter Weir's close-to-perfect film Witness. Harrison Ford is about to make a move on Kelly McGillis but ends up swirling her around while dancing to Sam Cook's What a Wonderful World It Would Be. Another favourite scene is as the credits roll in Cosi, when Colin Hay plays Wagner on a piano accordion to an empty performance space after waking up from an accidental overdose. Brilliant and funny. Too many films to mention but those two stand out.

BUTCH CASSIDY & THE SUNDANCE KID - The Selvedge Yard

There are still a few buildings left in the area, including a schoolhouse/church and residence. Don't forget your bicycle and partner, so you can re-enact the famous bicycle scene from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which was filmed in the town.