The Best Bo Svenson Movies

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List of the best Bo Svenson movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Bo Svenson's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Bo Svenson movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Bo Svenson movies will be at the top of the list. Bo Svenson has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Bo Svenson movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Bo Svenson films to end the squabble once and for all.

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Items on this list include Walking Tall: Final Chapter and Deadly Impact.

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  • Walking Tall Part 2
    1
    Leif Garrett, Bo Svenson, Richard Jaeckel
    21 votes
    • Released: 1975
    • Directed by: Earl Bellamy
    Walking Tall Part 2 is the sequel to the crime/action film, Walking Tall. Walking Tall Part 2 was directed by Earl Bellamy, and produced by Charles A. Pratt. the film starred Bo Svenson as Buford Pusser, replacing Joe Don Baker who played Pusser in the first Walking Tall film. The on-screen title of the movie is Part 2 Walking Tall: The Legend of Buford Pusser.
  • Walking Tall: Final Chapter
    2
    Leif Garrett, Forrest Tucker, Bo Svenson
    19 votes
    • Released: 1977
    • Directed by: Jack Starrett
    Walking Tall: Final Chapter is the third installment of the Walking Tall film series. The film was directed by Jack Starrett. The film opened in the U.S. on August 10, 1977. The on-screen title of the movie is "Final Chapter Walking Tall". All Walking Tall films were shot in Chester and Madison Counties, Tennessee; Pusser was sheriff of McNairy County.
  • The Delta Force
    3
    Chuck Norris, Lee Marvin, Hanna Schygulla
    15 votes
    • Released: 1986
    • Directed by: Menahem Golan
    Five years after Maj. Scott McCoy (Chuck Norris) resigned from the U.S. Delta Force due to bureaucracy issues, he returns with Col. Alexander (Lee Marvin) to take down Lebanese terrorists who have hijacked a Boeing 707. Terrorist leader Abdul Rifi (Robert Forster) takes the crew and passengers hostage as he reroutes the plane to Beirut. When McCoy and Alexander attempt to save the hostages once the plane lands, they are forced to battle a terrorist group that's larger than expected.

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  • The Great Waldo Pepper
    4
    Robert Redford, Bo Svenson, Bo Brundin
    8 votes
    • Released: 1975
    • Directed by: George Roy Hill
    Aerial tale set in the 1920s about a traveling aviator whose exaggerations look to be discovered when he begins work on a film with a pilot with whom he claims to have done battle. Having told colorful stories of wartime combat with the notorious German flying ace, the two men fortunately find a mutual respect, which culminates in a spectacular dogfight.

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  • The Inglorious Bastards
    5
    Bo Svenson, Fred Williamson, Ian Bannen
    6 votes
    • Released: 1978
    • Directed by: Enzo G. Castellari
    Two officers (Bo Svenson, Ian Bannen) lead military misfits on a mission to steal a Nazi V-2 rocket gyroscope.
  • Night Warning
    6
    Bill Paxton, Julia Duffy, Bo Svenson
    6 votes
    • Released: 1982
    • Directed by: William Asher
    Night Warning is a 1982 American exploitation horror film directed by William Asher, and starring Susan Tyrrell, Jimmy McNichol, and Julia Duffy. Framed as a contemporary Oedipus tale, the plot focuses on a teenager who, raised by his neurotic aunt, finds himself at the center of a murder investigation after she stabs a man to death in their house. The boy's sexually-repressed aunt secretly harbors incestual feelings for him, while meanwhile a homophobic detective investigating the crime irrationally believes the murder to be a result of a homosexual love triangle. The film was nominated for a Saturn Award for the Best Horror Movie of 1982 by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, and also marked one of Bill Paxton's earliest roles.