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‘KING KONG’ (1933) at 90: A Great Movie…That People Frequently Accuse of Racism?!

King Kong (1933)

Is King Kong the greatest monster movie of all time? Possibly. It is certainly among the most iconic, and like so many monster flicks to follow, it really involves people venturing to places they probably should not go. In this case, it’s a troubled voyage to Skull Island. The expedition …

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‘The Son of Kong’ (1933) – 85 Years Later

With the revitalization of the King Kong and Godzilla franchises going on with Kong: Skull Island coming out last year and a Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie coming out soon, it’s time to go all the way back to the beginning. The original King Kong came out in 1933 …

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King Kong (1933) – Retro Review

Eighty-four years ago, a movie directed by Merian C. Cooper hit the big screen and completely changed the course of American history. That movie was King Kong. What can be said about this masterpiece of a movie? A lot. To this day with remakes, reboots, merchandise and video games, King …

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