King Kong 1933
Famous film which combined adventure movie-making (the nascent location documentary genre was well established by 1933) with monster movies and birthed a whole new category. State-of-the-art 1933 stop-motion animation effects and a youthful Fay Wray astounded depression-era audiences which hadKing Kong running round the clock in many movie theatres duriong it's original release.
A pair of King Kongs
The 18-inch stop-animation models used for the 1933 movie.
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