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(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are cowboy star Jack Randall, Kenne Duncan (in checkerboard shirt), Glenn Strange, Jack Perrin and George Chesebro.  Carl Mathews is in back with the neckhold on Strange.  From Randall's LAND OF THE SIX GUNS (Monogram, 1940).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Jack Hendricks (AKA Ray Henderson), Carleton Young, Louise Currie, Kenne Duncan, Bob Steele, John Merton, Hal Price, Reed Howes and Al 'Fuzzy' St. John in a scene from BILLY THE KID OUTLAWED (PRC, 1940). Crops/blowups below provide a better view of the faces.





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Above, an interesting lobby card from RIDING THE SUNSET TRAIL (Monogram, 1941), and from left to right are: Betty Miles, Tom Keene, Kenne Duncan (with moustache), Sherry Tansey (James Sheridan Tansey), Earl Douglas, and Tom London. Earl Douglas' real name was Lou Yaconelli, the brother of sidekick Frank Yaconelli. If you look close, you might make out the moustached Arkansas Slim Andrews to the right of Keene's face. Can you spot the error on this lobby card - look at all the gunbelts and the holsters as they are on the left side. Apparently, the photo used in preparation of this card was reversed.



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Above from left to right are an unidentified player, Kenne Duncan, John 'Dusty' King, Max 'Alibi' Terhune, and Dave Sharpe in a scene from TEXAS TO BATAAN (Monogram, 1942). This was the 18th of 24 films in the Range Busters series and the plot involved the trio delivering hosses to the Army.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from left to right are Kenne Duncan, James Newill and Reed Howes in a fight scene from the Texas Rangers adventure, BORDER BUCKAROOS (PRC, 1943).



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Above from L-to-R are Bud Geary, Hal Taliaferro (Wally Wales), Le Roy Mason (seated), and Kenne Duncan in VIGILANTES OF DODGE CITY (Republic, 1944), one of the Red Ryder adventures starring Wild Bill Elliott.



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Above from left to right are William Haade, Bud Geary, Wild Bill Elliott (as Red Ryder), and on the far right is Kenne Duncan in a still from SHERIFF OF LAS VEGAS (Republic, 1944).



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Above - the skeletal villain is about to administer a mind control serum to scientist Chambers (played by Kenne Duncan) in THE CRIMSON GHOST (Republic, 1946) serial. I. Stanford Jolley's voice was used as the Crimson Ghost, but under the cape and face mask was Joe Forte. On the left is henchman "Ashe", ably portrayed by Clayton Moore of later LONE RANGER TV show fame.



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Above from left to right are Kenne Duncan, Andy Clyde, Riley Hill and Reno Browne in a still from the Whip Wilson SHADOWS OF THE WEST (Monogram, 1949).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is a lobby card from the Johnny Carpenter starrer BADMAN'S GOLD (Jack Schwarz Productions, 1951). The two on the left are unidentified. Next is Troy Tarrell behind Kenne Duncan. The man kneeling appears to be Verne Teters. And on the far right with the beard stubble is Bill Chaney.



Duncan was still working in B-grade films in the late 1950s. He's billed second on this poster for THE ASTOUNDING SHE MONSTER (American-International, 1957), one of Ronald Ashcroft's productions.



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