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Sally Field hated that Burt Reynolds drooled while kissing


Sally Field hated that Burt Reynolds drooled while kissing


According to a recent revelation by actress Sally Field on “Watch What Happens Live,” her former co-star and lover, Burt Reynolds, was a bad kisser.

The pair starred in the 1977 film “Smokey and the Bandit” together. When asked by host Andy Cohen who her worst on-screen kiss was, Field hesitated before naming Reynolds.

Field said, “It was just not something he really did very well. I could go into detail, but you don’t want to hear it.”

She also revealed that Reynolds had “a lot of drooling” during their kissing scenes.

Reynolds passed away in 2018, but he once called Field the “love of my life” in a 2015 interview with Vanity Fair.

Field admitted that she had an “instantaneous connection” with Reynolds, whom she also had a relationship with.


In her 2018 memoir “Pieces,” Field described how Reynolds “began to housebreak” upon starting their relationship.

She also revealed that Reynolds was jealous and possessive, saying that he would demand she reveal details about any men from her past.

Field wrote, “Burt would pinch my face in his hands, demanding I tell him who the guy was and what kind of relationship I’d had with him.”

Reynolds had a reputation for being difficult to work with, according to his “Boogie Nights” co-star William H. Macy.

Macy recently described Reynolds as “clueless” on set and revealed that Reynolds “trashed the film after we wrapped — up until the time he got an Academy Award nomination.”

Reynolds also famously clashed with the film’s director, Paul Thomas Anderson. Reynolds called Anderson “young and full of himself” and said that he “wanted to hit him” during production.

Anderson, who was 27 years old when “Boogie Nights” was released, recalled multiple “heated” days on set with Reynolds.

Despite Reynolds’ difficult reputation, Anderson praised his performance in the film, saying, “He was fantastic in the movie.”

Reynolds’ career spanned several decades and included iconic roles in films like “Deliverance,” “The Longest Yard,” and “Smokey and the Bandit.”

He received an Academy Award nomination for his supporting role in “Boogie Nights” in 1997. Reynolds passed away in 2018 at the age of 82.

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