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The Duck Hunter (1922)



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Cast overview:
The Sportsman
Mildred June ...
The Sportsman's Wife
The Sportsman's Boss
Irene ...
The Sportsman's Boss's Wife (as Irene Lentz)
The Rejected Suitor
Teddy the Dog ...
Teddy the Dog


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Short | Comedy





Release Date:

13 February 1922 (USA)  »

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Sportsmen  »

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1.33 : 1
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Edited into Happy Times and Jolly Moments (1943) See more »

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Silent Comedy as It's Quacked Up to Be
16 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

I am not sure why, but this Billy Bevan two-reeler seems to be two split reel comedies and a one-reeler. The only things they seem to have in common is Mr. Bevan and being very funny. In the first split reel, he stops his car to flirt with a couple of pretty girls. In the second, he is an inept barber; in the third, he is a duck hunter among ducks who have the same respect for him they did for the hunters in Tex Avery's LUCKY DUCKY.

The movie is filled with comedy set-pieces (man is stuck to asphalt; barber's chair goes for a spin on the highway; world's largest decoy duck; et c.) and conflicts with other people.

Despite its randomness and air of struggle to bring it up to a full two reels, it's very funny. I suspect it's because they threw out a lot of stuff that wasn't before they set out to fill out the second reel.

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