Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story

Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story

Director: Brant Sersen Cast: Rob Corddry, Paul Scheer, Dannah Feinglass



The original hitman of paintball returns to reclaim his rightful crown in the one comedy that proves you're never too old for a killer comeback. Everyone knows that the name Bobby Dukes (Rob Corddry) is synonymous with the game of paintball, and when the teenaged Dukes led his team, the River Rats, to three consecutive wins at the East Coast's legendary Hudson Valley Paintball Classic, it appeared as if the game was finally about to break big due in no small part to Dukes' dead-eye aim and easygoing charisma. It was that fateful attempt at a fourth win that ultimately derailed Dukes' career as a triggerman, though, and after being shot during one of his signature moves, the three-time champion committed one of the most heinous acts in all of paintball -- wiping. Spotted by a keen-eyed referee and subsequently ejected for his attempts to cover up the telltale stain, Dukes' was devastated to become the laughing stock of the paintball community. Now, the time has come to let go of the past and lay claim to the future, and though no self-respecting paintball player would be caught stained on the team of a man who once wiped, Dukes is soon joined by the very same referee who exposed his deceitful transgression in assembling a ragtag team of underdogs and once again laying claim to the coveted Hudson Valley Paintball Classic title.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/25/2006
UPC: 0826663100792
Original Release: 2003
Rating: NR
Source: Shout Factory
Time: 1:31:00

Special Features

Cast commentary with Rob Cordory, Paul Scheer and Rob Riggle; Filmmakers commentaey with Brant Sersen, Brian Steinberg and Chris Lechler; Outtakes; Deleted scenes; Bobby Dukes video diary

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rob Corddry Bobby Dukes
Paul Scheer David "Showtime" Showalter
Dannah Feinglass Erica Dukes
Rob Riggle Eddie Reynolds
Curtis Gwinn Lenny Bruce Pear
Seth Morris Crosby Peters
Rob Huebel Sam Brown
Jamie Denbo Jill Watson
DJ Hazard Bill Henry
Ed Helms Bunker

Technical Credits
Brant Sersen Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Dominic Amatore Associate Producer
Allen Bain Executive Producer
Bob Bryan Sound/Sound Designer
Sam Crow Sound/Sound Designer
Alan Davison Asst. Director
Seth Eisman Associate Producer
Peter Gelles Producer
Darren Goldberg Executive Producer
Jonathan Goldsmith Cinematographer
Paul Grass Editor,Musical Direction/Supervision
Jonathan Jackson Sound/Sound Designer
Chris Lechler Editor,Producer
Robert Purvis Sound/Sound Designer
Pablo Riepi Score Composer
Andrew Schulman Sound/Sound Designer
Jesse Scolaro Executive Producer
Rich Song Sound/Sound Designer
Brian Steinberg Producer,Screenwriter
Bob Warner Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story
2. The Wipe [6:39]
3. The Commander [8:32]
4. Day 2 [6:32]
5. You Should See Lenny [6:25]
6. Sam Brown [2:06]
7. A Call to Arms [8:29]
8. Booyaka Booyaka [9:02]
9. Dharma Bums [4:00]
10. Let s do Some Drills [9:12]
11. The Rounds [5:00]
12. I Wanna Do It Nice! [7:49]
13. The Classic [6:24]
14. Apocalypse Is at Hand [8:06]
15. End Credits [2:49]

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Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie really did have me howling with laughter! Although much like Napoleon Dynamite, some of the funniest material was in the deleted scenes.I don't think I'll ever get over the scene in the bunker, nor will I ever be able to look at Rob Riggle without thinking about "The Power Jerk".
Guest More than 1 year ago
This mockumentary of a disgraced paintball legend is hard to describe but I'll try. It's not quite in the Dodgeball/Talladega Nights sports comedy genre but there are some aspects there, and it's not quite in the Spinal Tap/Mighty Wind mockumentary category but there are some aspects of those here also. Bottom's a very funny comedy that manages to be, in turns, very smart and hysterically off color. From what I understand, each scene was improv, and as a result you get the kind of movie that you could never get with a stick-to-the-script effort. And if sometimes that can make for some odd abrupt turns mid-scene, the hilarity that ensues more than makes up for it!! If you watch The Daily Show you'll recognize and appreciate Rob Corddry, Ed Helms and Rob Riggle's performances. With apologies to Corddry, Rob Riggle really does steal the MUST watch the deleted scenes for his 11 minute scene that will have you howling with laughter... though you might want to send younger kids out of the room for it. It is psychotically funny...and you will have to see it to know why I chose that word. I still can't drive by a Wendy's without laughing.