Sally Field Grieves Burt Reynolds' Passing Only To Confess What's She's Held Onto For 4 Decades

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  • Published on:  9/11/2018
  • Source : https://bit.ly/2NBG872While celebrities from all walks of Burt's life came out with their own statements wishing him peace in Heaven, none were as moving as his longtime, on-again-off-again girlfriend, Sally Fields. After decades of silence regarding her feelings about Burt, Sally finally spoke out...
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  • Gary Conners 10 months ago

    Its sad to see all those stars who I grew up with. pass a way.

  • Cream Cheese 3 months ago

    Bert Reynolds didn't "pass away". He died. I'm so tired of this "soft language."

  • Allen 10 months ago

    I was thinking the same thing.

  • D Jacobsen 10 months ago

    Anyone remember him as. Quint Asper? Blacksmith on gunsmoke.

  • Carolyn Woolverton 10 months ago

    Watch it every morning!

  • Jeannie Nichols 10 months ago

    Yes

  • kathey fugitt 10 months ago

    Sometimes love does not always work out the way we plan but it was still love and it will live on forever ! Rip Burt

  • doowoplvr 10 months ago

    How sad for the both of them....sometimes someone comes into your life for just a little while and they leave an imprint on your soul...rest in peace Bert Reynolds.

  • Cold Winter 8 months ago

    True that! The amount of time doesn't always equal the amount of significance that is felt and left behind.

  • Silent74 10 months ago

    Rip bandit you pulled off fastest beer run of all time thanks for making my childhood even better with your movies god I watched cannonball run on HBO in the early 80s like 1000 times

  • Dino Ridgeway 9 months ago

    Fastest beer run? Not really. It was an 1800 mile trip in 48 hours. That breaks down to 37.5 miles an hour. Even accounting for sleep and loading the truck, they had more than enough time... without even breaking the speed limit. Of course, THAT movie would have sucked balls, so I'm glad they pretended to be in a hurry.I know. I'm such a buzzkill. ;-)

  • Don Pepe 10 months ago

    don't know.

  • Kelly Razi 10 months ago

    He was an old school southern man. GOD BLESS HIM FOEVER. I'll miss his funny laugh and his old southern ways. Amen

  • Richard Davis 10 months ago

    I know that he loved the South and claimed it as his own. I feel the same way, I was born in Kansas, but raised in Spain of all places. I came to Texas in '65 and I have been here ever since.

  • steve jenkins 10 months ago

    Yep he sure was born in Michigan a bunch of people I bet do not know that think he moved to florida at a young age I think you may correct me.

  • Diane Fascio 10 months ago

    The picture above says it all. They were in love.

  • beverly a 10 months ago

    we have such a small amt of time on this earth. to not tell someone exactly how you feel about them is a shame. someone out there right now probably loves someone and maybe afraid to tell them. what do you have to lose? if you don't try you will certainly lose.

  • Dan Simmons 10 months ago

    Genuine love suspends time. Beautiful, wonderful, 4th dimension.

  • wba 10 months ago

    Rest in peace burt. You were a true star

  • Margaret 10 months ago

    So handsome in Gunsmoke!

  • Ralph Albi 10 months ago

    “Eternal rest grant unto him oh, Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him.”