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  1. Bobbie Gentry performing Ode to Billie Joe (1967) Search. Sign in . New recommendations Song Video Search. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. Queue Autoplay ...

  2. In the parking lot, James discovers the truck belonging to the Alabama boys, and a brawl ensues, resulting in a broken jaw for one of the boys. On Tuesday morning, Trooper Ned (John Roper) and Trooper Bosh (Will Long) appear at the sawmill, along with Billy Joe's father, Dan McAllister (William Hallberg), who is looking for his missing son.

  3. A movie with the title spelled Ode to Billy Joe was released in 1976. The film was based on this song, with a fictionalized Gentry (named "Bobbie Lee Hartley") played by Glynnis O'Connor. Gentry was not in the film, but re-recorded "Ode To Billie Joe" for the soundtrack. This turned out to be some of Gentry's last work high-profile work, as she ...

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  5. J Johnson from 92040 Nowhere in the song, "Ode to Billie Joe," is Billie Joe referred to as "he" or "him," or as a boy or as a male. The spelling of "Billie" is often used for girls and women. Why in fifty years of blogs has no one considered that Billie Joe was a girl, and that many culturally relevant reasons may cause young women to commit suicide. The boyish name "Billie Joe" invokes the ...

  6. Artist: Bobbie Gentry Song: Ode to Billie Joe Tabbed by: DJ 12th May 2014 Played fingerstyle, the thumb picking the bass note of the chords before an upstoke with the other fingers, keeping the rhythm clipped, and syncopated.

  7. 28. Jan. 2022 · Photo courtesy of Pictorial Press Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo. “Ode to Billie Joe,” a song by Bobbie Gentry produced in 1967 is a spooky, slow, storytelling song about a fellow named Billie Joe McAllister who “jumped off the Tallahatchie bridge.”. It was doubtful this song would gain popularity, but it became a smash hit as many people ...