Billy Redden is the banjo-playing kid in the 1972 film Deliverance.  He was 16 when he made the film and was paid five hundred dollars.

Billy Redden is the iconic banjo-playing kid in the 1972 film Deliverance. He was 16 when he made the film and was paid five hundred dollars.

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Billy Redden who played banjo in Deliverance

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This is Billy Redden the guy who played the "dueling banjos" kid in Deliverance. He works at the Walmart in Clayton Georgia.. #Follow Me #CooliPhone6Case on Twitter Facebook Google Instagram LinkedIn Blogger Youtube

This is Billy Redden, the guy who played the "dueling banjos" kid in Deliverance. He works at the Walmart in Clayton, Georgia.

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Billy Redden - Deliverance~The true story. This guy was the real one in the movie.

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Billy Redden of 'Deliverance' / Photo taken Clayton Ga.

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The banjo player in Deliverance

Billy Redden as Lonnie I Deliverance (1972). John Boorman

The movie "Deliverance", directed by John Boorman, based on the novel by James Dickey. Seen here from left, Jon Voight as Ed Gentry and Ro.

Most people dont know that I was the first choice for the banjo boy in the 1972 movie Deliverance, they then gave to part to  Billy Redden because I didnt look "inbred enough" for the role... They offered me another part in the film but I don't squeal like a pig for no man...

Ahh yes. Deliverance is a classic from the This is Billy Redden who played "Banjo Boy" in the film. I attended the anniversary viewing of the film at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, and Billy Redden was there signing autographs

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