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Feb 19, 2021

[Answer] The banjo scene in "Deliverance" was reprised with the same banjo player in which film?

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"Big Fish" - The banjo rift in “Deliverance” (1972) sure is an unforgettable tune, and the thriller about a group of men on a canoe trip facing life or death by unwelcome backwoods locals highlights the work of Billy Redden with his banjo. Identified only as “Banjo Boy” in the end credits of “Deliverance,” Redden reprised his role in “Big Fish” (2003) — playing the banjo on a porch as a young Edward Bloom (Ewan McGregor) wanders through town. In the latter cameo, Redden is again credited — this time as “Banjo Man.” Strangely enough, Redden doesn’t even actually play the banjo, and upon the completion of “Big Fish,” he was gifted a banjo along with an instructional video on how to play it by the film’s director, Tim Burton.:


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