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  1. The dueling banjo scene in John Boorman's Deliverance (1972) is one of my favorite musical moments ever in a film. It's simultaneously delightful, funny, and deeply creepy. I watched the clip...

  2. It’s remembered for the dueling banjo scene at the beginning of the film, where one man, played by Ronnie Cox, plays a duet with a local teen, who is portrayed as inbred and mentally challenged....

  3. Deliverance wouldn’t seem like a film that begs for a re-watch. That’s probably because its two most iconic moments, a banjo session at a truck stop and a man’s rape in the woods, have been ...

  4. The Deliverance Banjo Boy at 56. Rabun County, Georgia resident Billy Redden was 15 when he was discovered at a casting call in Clayton, Georgia and offered the part of the inbred banjo-playing ...

  5. I was 10ft up on the face when I started to slip. We were all taking risks, but John was fearless. At one point, one of the actors freaked out and said: “I can’t do this any more.”. And John ...

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Billy_ReddenBilly Redden - Wikipedia

    Billy Redden. Billy Redden (born 1956) is an American actor, best known for his role as a backwoods mountain boy in the 1972 film Deliverance. He played Lonnie, a banjo -playing teenager in north Georgia, who played the noted "Dueling Banjos" with Drew Ballinger ( Ronny Cox ).

  7. With the film celebrating its ruby anniversary today, it seemed like a good time to highlight five things you may not be aware of about the film. Read on below. 1. Sam Peckinpah wanted to direct ...