Stuntdawgs

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Stuntdawgs is a Canadian documentary mini-series co-created and hosted by veteran stunt double Peter H. Kent. The miniseries premiered on January 13, 2006 on The Movie Network.[1] Kent was a stunt double for Arnold Schwarzenegger in 14 movies.[2]

A 13 half-hour mini-series, Peter H. Kent takes the viewer on a behind-the-scenes look at stunt work in Hollywood films and television series, by re-creating and explaining various stunts, including a motorcycle plunge from Terminator 2: Judgment Day.[3]

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  1. ^ Cunnigham, Alison (2006-01-07). "Please don't try this at home", National Post, p. TO34.
  2. ^ Gee, Dana (2006-01-13). "Stuntdawgs doubles the fun: Vancouver-shot show re-creates action sequences", The Province, p. B7.
  3. ^ Aheam, Victoria (2006-01-11). "Stuntman that made Arnie look so fine: Schwarzenegger's double for 13 years: New show recreates famous film stunts", Toronto Star, p. F2.
  4. ^ Kaplan, Ben (2008-01-15). "'To be honest, sometimes you just put your pants on and pray': Stuntman's advice on how to take a punch", National Post, p. AL4.

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