All three films of the American action comedy starring Burt Reynolds, Jerry Reed, Jackie Gleason and Sally Field. In 'Smokey and the Bandit' bootlegging truck driver The Bandit (Reynolds) bets Texan millionaire Big Enos Purdette (Pat McCormick) and his son Little Enos (Paul Williams) that he can smuggle a consignment of prohibited beer across state lines from Texas to Atlanta in just over a day. He enlists the help of his friend Cledus Snow (Reed) and along the way Bandit picks up runaway bride Carrie (Field), who turns out to be engaged to Texas Sheriff Buford Justice (Gleason)'s son Junior (Mike Henry). When Sheriff Justice finds out where Carrie is, he resolves to chase the Bandit all the way to Georgia if he has to. In 'Smokey and the Bandit 2' outlaw driver The Bandit is now an alcoholic down on his luck, who accepts the job of delivering an elephant to the Republican National Convention in just 24 hours. Once again, he calls upon the help of Cledus and Carrie, and when Sheriff Buford Justice hears about the Bandit's latest ploy, he is determined to catch him this time. In 'Smokey and the Bandit 3' two entrepreneurs hire truck driver Cledus to deliver a replica shark from Miami to a seafood restaurant in Texas. On the way, Cledus is mistaken by Sheriff Justice (Gleason) for his old enemy The Bandit, and a high-speed chase ensues as Buford and his son, Junior, set out to apprehend him.