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by Paul Butler

RKO King Kong (1933)
RKO "King Kong" (1933)

The detail is fleeting, taking up no more than a second or two of screen time in a movie that is close to three hours. Yet it’s a telling moment, a major departure in a remake that is faithful almost to the point of devotion to its 1933 original.


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