This Is The Last Dam Run of Likker I’m Ever Gonna Make

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Popcorn Sutton’s last run of moonshine. Just before his death, the legendary Popcorn Sutton allowed a film crew to shoot his last run of moonshine so that people can see what a moonshiner has to go through to continue business. This was filmed on a VHS video camera (by a close friend) and was never copyrighted or meant for distribution to other than Popcorn’s friends and relatives.

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