A Monster of Creation's Dawn Breaks Loose in Our World Today! - King Kong - King Kong (1933) - Framed 8.5 x 11 Original Photograph Art Print

A Monster of Creation's Dawn Breaks Loose in Our World Today! - King Kong - King Kong (1933) - Framed 8.5 x 11 Original Photograph Art Print

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This is an original framed and matted (10x13) 8.5 x 11 artwork created by renowned California artist Ken Hulsey.

The image of everyone's favorite 40ft tall romeo King Kong.

The image is printed on professional studio grade matte paper by a professional photography studio not a home printer.


KING KONG (1933)

Named as one of the "100 Best Films of All Time" by Time Magazine, King Kong premiered in New York City in 1933. The film was an instant success, breaking box-office records to become one of the top moneymakers of the 1930s.

King Kong's state-of-the-art visual effects, entertaining story and touching conclusion captivated audiences and started a worldwide love affair with the giant ape. The film has also been included in seven of the American Film Institute's Top 100 lists, including the "100 Years...100 Movies" list.

A film ahead of its time, King Kong defied the technological limitations of the 1930s. Special effects pioneer Willis O'Brien's revolutionary stop-motion animation was not only technically brilliant but also highly imaginative and continues to impress even in today's era of computer-generated wizardry.

Directed and produced by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack, with a rousing score by Max Steiner (who also scored Gone with the Wind), King Kong stars Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot and Fay Wray, whose memorable performance as damsel in distress Ann Darrow cemented her place in pop culture and earned her the nickname "The Queen of Scream."

Carl Denham is a producer and director of adventure films specializing in remote and exotic locations. He sets off to a remote island, uncharted except for a map he purchased from a seaman. He hires a ship and with the star of his film, Ann Darrell, he sets off to Skull Island where there supposedly lives a large ape known as Kong. Thie island itself is is divided and the giant ape lives behind a great wall. Whe the local islanders kidnap Ann to offer her as a sacrifice, Denham and John Dricsoll set off to rescue her. It's obvious that Kong is fascinated with Ann and means her no harm but Dehnam gasses the beast and transports it to New York where he puts it on display. When it manages to escape, it terrorizes the city, climbing to the top of the Empire State building where it must confront air force planes trying to shoot it down. - IMDB

"It wasn't the airplanes. It was beauty killed the beast." —Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong) - http://www.monsterislandnews.com/

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