New! The Measured Circle’s King Kong timeline: a short history of a tall ape
I’m pleased to announce The Measured Circle’s latest project:
at The History Project!
Just as with
you can use it not only to get a perspective on TV shows, books, amusement park rides, television, and more about Skull Island’s most famous resident, but you can follow links to actually find the content!
For example, the listing for the original 1933 movie has links to find streaming options (it’s not legally free from the commercial streaming services in the USA at time of writing, based on JustWatch.com, but I also link to a search of public libraries…and your public library might even have an “e-Video” option).
However, if you have Amazon Prime, you can watch 1976’s parody Queen Kong at no additional cost, and if you have Netflix, you can watch their original animated series set in 2050.
Obviously, I can’t get you on an amusement park attraction, but I do link to their sites. 😉
I think I’ve hit the highlights, but it’s important to note that a lot more can be added. You can even help, by adding comments and material.
I plan to do a lot more linking eventually, find more images to add, do more people entries, and add more context items (not specifically King Kong, but things that affected it).
I hope you enjoy it! If you have comments or suggestions, feel free to let me know.
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