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King Kong

Without a doubt, De Laurentiis' remake of Cooper and Schoedsack's classic is the biggest con job ever pulled on the unsuspecting American public. Having spent somewhere in the vicinity of $24 million on his epic, De Laurentiis told the world that his Kong… (more)

Released: 1976

Rating: PG

User Rating:4.82 out of 5 (55 ratings)

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Dino De Laurentiis, Prolific Italian Film Producer, Dies at 91

Italian film producer Dino De Laurentiis died in Los Angeles on Friday, The New York Times reports. He was 91. "Cinema has lost one of its greats," Walter Veltroni, former mayor of Rome and the founder of the Rome Film Festival, said in a statement.… Read more

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Andy Serkis gave life to <EM>King Kong</EM>.
King Kong Unleashes a Beast of a DVD

When the visual-effects team for King Kong took to the stage to accept their Oscar earlier this mont…

Andy Serkis gave life to <EM>King Kong</EM>.
King Kong Unleashes a Beast of a DVD

When the visual-effects team for King Kong took to the stage to accept their Oscar earlier this mont…

Andy Serkis gave life to <EM>King Kong</EM>.
King Kong Unleashes a Beast of a DVD

When the visual-effects team for King Kong took to the stage to accept their Oscar earlier this mont…

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  • Released: 1976
  • Rating: PG
  • User Rating:4.82 out of 5 (55 ratings)
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  • Review: Without a doubt, De Laurentiis' remake of Cooper and Schoedsack's classic is the biggest con job ever pulled on the unsuspecting American public. Having spent somewhere in the vicinity of $24 million on his epic, De Laurentiis told the world that his Kong… (more)

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