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The Last of the Duanes (1930) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Alfred L. Werker .

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A Spanish language version, starring George J. Lewis, was made simultaneously using the same sets.
American Film Institute Catalog of Feature Films 1921-1930 incorrectly credits Blanche Friderici with the role of Mrs. Duane; but Clara Blandick, billed fifth on the opening credits, plays Mrs. Duane. Friderici does not appear in the film, nor in its credits.
When it opened in New York City in September 1930, Variety listed the running time as 62 minutes; the surviving print runs 54 minutes (including exit music), suggesting that one reel is missing. There is a jump in continuity after reel three, about 30 minutes into the film, so it's probably reel four that's gone.
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