#FlashbackFriday | 1933’s 🦍 #KingKong 🦍
Travel to the Mysterious Skull Island
The #JurassicPark of it’s Time.
We take you back to a time when the leading man was a giant 50 foot ape on the mysterious Skull Island.
Few images are as iconic and well known as
The 1933 film was ground breaking in its use of “old school” stop motion animation.
The original 1933 #Kong 🦍 had depth of character that did not carry forward into some of the future remakes.
Denham comments "No, it wasn't the airplanes, It was beauty killed the beast,"
#Kong 🦍was intended to be more sympathetic and, yes, human, than his captors and hunters.
Some reviewers at the time saw #KingKong 🦍 as an editorial on the colonial and racial issues prevalent in the 30’s.
In the directors first draft #Kong 🦍 was called “The Beast”. It does not have quite the same ring as #Kong 🦍.
The latest incarnation of #KingKong 🦍 can be found on #Broadway, where the 35 million dollar #KingKong 🦍 based on the original 1933 classic has launched.
And for all you #LinkedinCreators working hard on your side hustle:
“Don’t forget to let your inner Kong 🦍 Out Today”💛🧜♀️
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Photo taken Cavendish Beach, PEI