Tuesday, 2 November 2010

King Kong

King Kong (1933) Directed By:   Ernest B. Schoedsack  and Merian C. Cooper.

A film crew goes to a exotic island  where thay find a giant gorilla who takes a likening to the blond Ann Darrow, originally played by Canadian Actress Fay Wray in 1933. She was known as the 'Queen of Scream'


They start their travels by ship. The first Scene that I liked, was the ship in a fogy sea, the ship was made in smile with figures that are palest on it, this gave a great sense of depth and foreboding. This film has a lot of painting and life-like special effects in it. Which influences the story and film. The painting I've seen at universal studios in Orlando on the KING KONG ride looks real life like.

It's one of the rare, great works of art that stands up to endless repeated viewings, each time revealing something new
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Film is an agent of imagination, and King Kong demonstrates this with remarkable technical proficiency and innovation...
Rumsey Taylor
Not Coming to a Theater Near You

The beauty of this original King Kong is that there's more to it than the oversize gorilla.
Forrest Hartman
Reno Gazette-Journal

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