King Kong (1933)

King Kong (30:58)

King Kong

We’re now 10 movies in! The Top 100 Project presents a lengthy breakdown of this monster classic. Put your feet up and take in our musings about the oft-craptacular acting, the highly entertaining story, and the 3 key talents of Fay Wray (2 of which are body parts). Get this: Bev didn’t even get bored with this one! The podcast is yours.

2 thoughts on “King Kong (1933)

  1. I think this is my favourite film of the ’30s. For thrills and relentless pacing, I’d put it right up against such much later films as ‘Aliens’ and ‘Jurassic Park.’ A total roller-coaster ride.

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