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Kenne Duncan
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    (February 17, 1903-February 5, 1972)
    Born in Chatham, Ontario, Canada
    Birth name was Kenneth Duncan MacLachlan
    Appeared in over 250 movies, mostly Westerns
    Because he usually portrayed villains, he was dubbed 'the meanest man in motion pictures.'
    He ended his film career in grade-Z schlock like 'The Astounding She-Monster' (1958) and a pair of Ed Wood classics, 'Night of the Ghouls' (1959) and 'The Sinister Urge' (1960).
    He was a womanizer who kept a book with the names of over a thousand women he claimed to have slept with.
    He committed suicide by overdosing on barbiturates.
    Before taking up acting, he was a jockey in his native Canada, including winning a steeplechase at the Blue Bonnets raceway in Montreal.
    He named Wood as the executor of his estate. After the funeral, a wake was held by the side of Wood's pool, with each guest taking turns standing on the diving board to reminisce about Duncan.
    He was reportedly well endowed; makeup man Harry Thomas saw him naked and years later told an interviewer, 'You know, all men are not created equal.'

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