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On this episode, we take a look at Hammer’s attempt to remake Kong in the 1960s and 70s. The Following Is A Non Profit Fan Based Video Review Footage from "Hammer’s King Kong" (1966) is owned by RKO Pictures and…

On this episode, we take a look at Hammer’s attempt to remake Kong in the 1960s and 70s. The Following Is A Non Profit Fan Based Video Review Footage from "Hammer’s King Kong" (1966) is owned by RKO Pictures and…

One of the greatest monster mashes never made. Let’s take a look at the stolen Willis O’Brian project, King Kong VS Frankenstein. Stop Motion King Kong Footage created by Eric Kessler. ERIC KESSLER'S CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/user/Kingkongkessler The Following Is A Non…

One of the greatest monster mashes never made. Let’s take a look at the stolen Willis O’Brian project, King Kong VS Frankenstein. Stop Motion King Kong Footage created by Eric Kessler. ERIC KESSLER'S CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/user/Kingkongkessler The Following Is A Non…

On today’s episode, we take a look at the many planned King Kong movies and lost films from Japan, the kings of kaiju movies. The Following Is A Non Profit Fan Based Video Review Footage from "The Japanese King Kong…

On today’s episode, we take a look at the many planned King Kong movies and lost films from Japan, the kings of kaiju movies. The Following Is A Non Profit Fan Based Video Review Footage from "The Japanese King Kong…

In 1952, Marian C. Cooper wanted to remake his own film in widescreen and in color. Let’s take a look at the cancelled announced, The 8th Wonder. The Following Is A Non Profit Fan Based Video Review Footage from "The…

In 1952, Marian C. Cooper wanted to remake his own film in widescreen and in color. Let’s take a look at the cancelled announced, The 8th Wonder. The Following Is A Non Profit Fan Based Video Review Footage from "The…

One of the first parodies of the original Kong, this project was a planned comedy with ape suits and puppets on strings. NOTE: For those wondering about the stop motion Kong footage, it was created and filmed by Eric Kessler.…

One of the first parodies of the original Kong, this project was a planned comedy with ape suits and puppets on strings. NOTE: For those wondering about the stop motion Kong footage, it was created and filmed by Eric Kessler.…