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A blast of a short film produced on a minuscule budget by true lovers of the genre. The fact that the producers managed to snare Patrick MacNee (star of the classic British TV spoof *The Avengers*) should give some indication of the surprising quality. Also present and participating in the copious laughs is Bob Burns, longtime fan and sci-fi memorabilia collector who has become somewhat of a celebrity in his own right thanks to ownership of the only surviving armature (18" skeleton) of the original King Kong. Burns and his wife Kathy have also received a cameo in Peter Jackson's *King Kong.*
If you get the chance to view this little gem you are in for a treat!
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