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Buddy Film

Paul Newman and Robert Redford didn't invent the concept of buddies, but in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Sting they embodied the easy rapport that would come to define the buddy film. Sometimes it's two women on the run, a pair of unemployed and often-wasted actors, or two metalheads from Aurora, Illinois, but whatever the configuration, buddies are here to stay. (Pictured: Thelma & Louise)

Buddy Film

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Staff Pick of the Day

Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And Don't Come Back!)

Directed by Bill Melendez / Phil Roman

- Rated G - 75 Minutes - 1980

This is a delight to revisit as an adult, particularly in noticing the absolute glee in Linus' voice when he tells the rest of his classmates that him and Charlie Brown are going to Europe and no one else can come, or the scene in which Snoopy is somehow authorized to drive a rental car. Along with Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown, this is probably the Peanuts film in which the gang faces the most real world danger. (Available on Prime Video and Paramount Plus)

- Chris Steffen