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Trick Shooting with Kenne Duncan (1960)

The film consists of Kenne Duncan performing trick shooting stunts and showcasing weapons by Remington Arms. The weapons showcased were a Remington Model 552 and a Remington Nylon 66.

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The film consists of Kenne Duncan performing trick shooting stunts and showcasing weapons by Remington Arms. The weapons showcased were a Remington Model 552 and a Remington Nylon 66.

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21 June 2012 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Trick Shooting with Kenne Duncan (1953)

** (out of 4)

Years before director Edward D. Wood, Jr. and Kenne Duncan worked together on NIGHT OF THE GHOULS or THE SINISTER URGE, the two made this 9-minute short showcasing some of the actor's famous shooting. What we basically have is a promotional piece that highlights some of Duncan's best trick shots. Needless to say, the appeal of this short will probably be quite small as the only ones who are going to get any sort of entertainment from this are going to be those who must track down everything Wood did in his career. So, how is the film on a technical level? Not that impressive as the entire thing has a very amateurish look to it and there's no question that some of the photography isn't all that great. However, I thought Wood at least made it somewhat more interesting by cutting in footage from various posters, lobby cards, newspaper articles and other items showing off the actor. It was pretty neat seeing some of these old lobby cards as well as various posters from state fairs that the actor would perform these shots.


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