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POP CULTURE HISTORY

Theater Marquee in Hong Kong for SON OF KONG (1933)

This week in 1933 KING KONG debuted on theater screens.  The original classic, unrivaled in scope even today, was a masterpiece of stop motion animation in the early days of sound movies.  The Max Steiner score was one of the first full scores for a film and it instantly generated a sequel in the SAME year with SON OF KONG.
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