Kenny & Company 1976

Kenny & Company 1976

Kenny & Company 1976

Kenny & Company 1976
1h 30m | Comedy, Drama | Release date: August 20, 1976 (United States)

Storyline:

A coming-of-age story about the lives of a teenage boy and his friend as they traverse the highs and lows of boyhood in the run-up to Halloween.

User review:

This film is a must see for anyone who was around 10-15 years old in 1976. Kenny and Co. doesn’t miss a trick in depicting the life of a seventh-grader, his friends and enemies. Prank phone calls, over-sized school bullies, Halloween hijinks and fickle first loves, it’s all here.

The director unknowingly created a time capsule of such realism that Kenny is more enjoyable now than it ever was when it was made. Best of all it doesn’t try to ram some big morality trip down your throat. It just documents. And unlike in “Stand by Me,” the kids actually act like kids not philosophers. If there’s any point at all to the story it’s that the genius of kids is their unique ability to survive the banality and meanness of existence through a combination of devilish humor and harmless civil unrest.

I started breaking this film out at parties and now I get requests for it. Kenny and Co. is better the second and third times.

Director: Don Coscarelli
Writer: Don Coscarelli
Stars: Dan McCann, A. Michael Baldwin, Jeff Roth
Country of origin: United States
Language: English
Also known as: Kenny & Co.
Filming locations: Long Beach, California, USA

Kenny & Company 1976

Kenny & Company 1976

Kenny & Company 1976

Format : MPEG-4
Format profile : Base Media
Codec ID : isom (isom/iso2/avc1/mp41)
File size : 1.72 GiB
Duration : 1 h 30 min
Overall bit rate : 2 731 kb/s

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4 Responses to Kenny & Company 1976

  1. Movie lover says:

    Loved this movie, great time period, funny the boys played it like we were there with them.
    I hope this isn’t one of the greats that becomes inactive.
    So many good movies on this site have fallen to that.
    Because of no nudity, shame.

    • markus says:

      I collect old movies just because those movies tells Us a story. From old times. And not just boys. Entire society’s. Like how people speak, behave, how is clothing, relaxing? Tense, violence scale? (80-90-s movies is very violent “Rambo”-time). Adults, kids. School life. Infrastructure from cities, suburban areas. Cars. Smoking, eating. And around the world. Best pictures is some, where places are same like today. Is place worst, or better shape?… Something like that.

      Happiness, sadness.

      Boys are very good “scale”, because boys are every time innocent and honest. Before teen years…

    • rixx says:

      Yeah, some of these oldies have a real nostalgic charm and innocence. It is very much a time capsule of a more innocent time both in entertainment and childhood. I’m older than the age I’d have been in ’76, but I can still relate to it. I appreciate finding movies I never heard of and rediscovering others I have not seen in ages.

      I agree that the nudity factor here is NOT exclusively what the site or the intent of the Admin is about – I love coming-of-age movies — sometimes sex and sexuality are a factor in that, but not always.

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