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The Ambush of Bonnie and Clyde — 85th Anniversary

The collected Flashback Dallas posts on 2 of Dallas’ most notorious residents.

No Necking Along Country Roads Until Bonnie & Clyde Are Killed Or Captured — 1934

No parking!

Need Bonnie & Clyde and Smoot Schmid Memorabilia?

An auction tailor-made for the Bonnie & Clyde collector.

Mrs. Hartgraves’ Cafe, and Bonnie & Clyde Earning Paychecks on Swiss Avenue

WEST Dallas? Pfft. B&C also spent time in EAST Dallas.

Dallas Police Moonlighting as “Bonnie and Clyde” Movie Extras — 1966

“Bonnie & Clyde” had a bunch of unlikely extras.

The Filling Station on Greenville Avenue: From Bonnie & Clyde to Legendary Burger Place

The Filling Station, originally a gas station patronized by Bonnie & Clyde.

The Shooting of “Bonnie & Clyde” — 1966

On the 80th anniversary of the killing of Bonnie & Clyde, why not take a look at the movie, which was filmed in and around Dallas in the winter of 1966.

Ted Hinton’s Motor Lodge — From Bonnie & Clyde to Motel Heliport

What does a man who ambushed and killed Bonnie and Clyde do once he’s retired from law enforcement? He opens a motor lodge, of course!

Bonnie Parker: “Buried In an Ice-Blue Negligee” — 1934

A first-hand account on the preparation of Bonnie’s body for burial.

Clyde Barrow In a Sailor Suit

A teenage Clyde Barrow playing sailor?