Hey ghouls, remember back in ol’ 76 when the world was ensured that Delaurentis’ version of King Kong was going to win roughly 9,862 Academy Awards? Of course that never happened because the film was a load of crap that equaled the size of Kong himself, but it didn’t stop folks from trying to cash in on the non-craze, including a little gem from Italy that became a much loved cinematic experience to the ol’ Ouija Board Kid (who was an actual kid at the time). I speak of none other than that 1977 Italian monsterpiece Yeti: Giant of the 20th Century, a staple of WWOR TV in the early 80’s. And what better way to celebrate this epic of super-sized cryptozoology then with the fiendishly funky strains of The Yetians’ theme song to the film (which both promises and delivers funky disco sound). As for what our hairy buddy is doing on the cover to this thing, well let’s just say the investigation is still ongoing, but if he ever asks you to “Do the Yeti” while this song plays, he isn’t talking about dancing.
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