|1972||The New Scooby-Doo Movies||Himself||Voice, Episode: “The Phantom of the Country Music Hall”|
|1975||W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings||Wayne||Feature film|
|1976||Gator||Bama McCall||Feature film|
|1977||Nashville 99||Det. Trace Mayne||Main cast (4 episodes)|
|1977||Smokey and the Bandit||Cledus Snow||Feature film|
|1978||High-Ballin’||Iron Duke Boykin||Feature film|
|1978||Alice||Himself (guest star)||Episode: “The Star in the Storeroom”|
|1979||Hot Stuff||Doug von Horne||Feature film|
|1979||Concrete Cowboys||J.D. Reed||Television film|
|1980||Smokey and the Bandit II||Cledus Snow||Feature film|
|1981||Alice||Himself (guest star)||Episode: “The Jerry Reed Fish Story”|
|1981||Concrete Cowboys||J.D. Reed||Main cast (7 episodes)|
|1983||The Survivors||Jack Locke||Feature film|
|1983||Smokey and the Bandit Part 3||Cledus Snow / “The Bandit”||Feature film|
|1983||Mama’s Family||Leonard Oates||Episode: “The Return of Leonard Oates”|
|1983||Stroker Ace||Himself – End Credit Outtakes||Uncredited|
|1985||What Comes Around||Joe Hawkins||Feature film (also Director)|
|1987||Dolly||Willie Jeffcoat||Episode #1.8|
|1988||Bat*21||Col. George Walker||Feature film (also Executive Producer)|
|1990||B.L. Stryker||Bill||Episode: “Plates”|
|1994||Evening Shade||Calvin||Episode: “Educating Calvin”|
|1998||The Waterboy||Coach Red Beaulieu||Feature film (final film role)|
Executive producer and director, What Comes Around, 1985.
Executive producer, Bat*21, TriStar, 1988.
Songwriter, “U.S. Male,” Stay Away, Joe, 1968
Composer, Vanishing Point, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970
Songwriter, Gator, United Artists, 1976
Composer and songwriter, Smokey and the Bandit, Universal, 1977
Songwriter, High-Ballin’, American International Pictures, 1978
Songwriter, Hot Stuff, Columbia, 1979
Composer, What Comes Around, 1985
Last Train to Clarksville, Drive-In, Columbia, 1976.
East Bound and Down, Smokey and the Bandit, Universal, 1977.
High Rollin’, High Ballin’, American International Pictures, 1978.
Title song, Hot Stuff, Columbia, 1979.
“Texas Bound and Flying,” Smokey and the Bandit II (also known as Smokey and the Bandit Ride Again), Universal, 1980.