DVD 122 mins IMDB 5.7 (2,479 votes)
The Newton Boys
20th Century Fox (1998)
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(8/24/2005 )

John Wood
Action, Crime, Drama, History, Western
USA  /  English

Vincent D'Onofrio Dock Newton
Ethan Hawke Jess Newton
Matthew McConaughey Willis Newton
Skeet Ulrich Joe Newton
Julianna Margulies Louise Brown
Dwight Yoakam Brentwood Glasscock
Gail Cronauer Ma Newton
Jena Karam Orphan Singer
Casey McAuliffe Orphan Singer
Charles Gunning Slim
Regina Mae Matthews Orphan Fiddler
Beckett Gremmels Lewis
Lew Temple Waiter
Glynn Williams Farmer Williams
Charles 'Chip' Bray Bank Teller

Director Richard Linklater
Producer Anne Walker-McBay
Writer Claude Stanush; Richard Linklater; Clark Walker
Cinematography Peter James
Musician Edward D. Barnes; Paul Biese; Wendell Hall
User Credit 1 Sandra Adair
User Credit 2 Shelley Komarov

The Started Out Dirt Poor - And Ended Up Filthy Rich!

It seems the only way The Newton Boys can make good is by goin' bad! Faster than you can say "nitroglycerine," they've knocked over more than 80 banks from Texas to Canada. Now their sights are set on a multimillion-dollar Federal Reserve train robbery, but the Feds are about to turn up the heat. . .

Edition Details
Barcode 086162104282
Region Region 1
Chapters 19
Release Date 5/25/1999
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Widescreen 2.35:1 Color
Subtitles English; Spanish
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1 [CC]
ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Surround [CC]
FRENCH: Dolby Digital Surround
Layers Single Side, Single Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

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Purchase Date 8/24/2005
User Lookup 1 DVD Copy
User Text 1 Violence including bloody aftermath of a shooting, and for language.
User Text 2 History is about to catch up with America's most successful bank robbers.
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Trivia: While on location for this project, Dwight Yoakam wrote the songs he used for the album "The Long Way Home". (more)

Goofs: Anachronisms: Set in 1919, characters refer to insurance for banks which did not exist until the FDIC's creation in 1933. (more)

Quotes: Joe: It's colder than a day-old dumpling! (more)