This was an actual army item. My “Thanksgiving” co-writer Jeff Rendell’s father Ken Rendell has a WWII museum in Mass. and had one of these. It’s a one-shot glove-gun. I believe only about 200 of them were made. Jeff found it at his father’s museum and showed it to Quentin who loved it and wrote this scene into the script.
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Five hours, every day. This was how the cast & crew traveled to and from the village in the Amazon. They were troopers, it wasn’t exactly first class, and some days we almost flipped the boats. Those days the trip was terrifying. But we made it, farther up the Amazon than any film crew down there has ever gone. Still hard to believe.
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