"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" (1969) tells the tale of two bank robbers who try to go straight and just can't pull it off. Paul Newman and Robert Redford play the lead roles, as Katharine Ross co-stars.
Percy Garris: [singing] Oh don't you remember sweet Betsy from Pike / Crossed the high mountains with her lover Ike / Two yoke of oxen and big yellow dog / Called Shanghai rooster and one spotted hog / Hoodle-dang-hootie-i-doh, hoodle-dang-hootie-ay, hoodle-dang-hootie-i-doh, hoodle-dang-hootie-ay / Shanghai ran off and the cattle all died / last piece of bacon that morning was fried... Butch Cassidy: [interrupting] I think they're in the trees up ahead. Sundance Kid: In the bushes on the left. Butch Cassidy: I'm telling you they're in the trees up ahead. Sundance Kid: You take the trees, I'll take the bushes. Percy Garris: Will you two beginners cut it out.