Tag Archive: Merian C. Cooper

King Kong (1933) – Review

During the 1930s escapism from the realities of The Depression made movie going more important than ever, and in 1933 Merian C. Cooper gave the world King Kong, the Eighth Wonder of the World, a film that defined the term…
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Mighty Joe Young (1949) – Review

When one thinks of stop-motion animation a single name leaps to mind, and that name would be Ray Harryhausen. From him we saw dinosaurs rampaging through cities, flying saucers terrorizing the world, and Sinbad battling numerous mythological beasts, but it…
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