KING KONG Remade by 70’s Kids

This all too short video has the classic tale of Kong, retold by kids in Hyannis, MA & Riverside, CT in 1978. It is complete with stop-motion animated dinosaurs, log scene, and panic in the streets! Wonderful.


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3 thoughts on “KING KONG Remade by 70’s Kids

  1. S says:

    Just an FYI, the white building shown in this is the Bank of Montreal building; which is in Toronto.

  2. Rob H. says:

    Good eye. I needed city footage and the only stuff I had was from when my grandparents took me on a trip to Toronto. The shots of the ship are from there too. Thanks for posting the film!


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