May 082021

These are only here to give an idea of the movie’s video quality and may not be truly representative of it.


  2 Responses to “King Kong (1976): Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Review”

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  1. Thank you very much, and I do LOVE your website and your reviews. I always peruse your reviews prior to purchasing any movie on bluray-bluray 4K. I originally saw this movie in the movie theatre. AND have the laserdisc, and dvd, and bluray (Japanese edition), and now the new er 2-disc BLURAY, WHICH YOU REVIEWED HERE. THIS WAS MY GENERATION’S KING KONG (1976) SO I PREFER THIS VERSION. Plus, in summer of 1976, I and my best friend at the time, Bill, we ventured into New York City (got a ride with his father who worked at the sanitation department in Manhattan, as he started work about 6 AM morning), and Bill and I walked from West side over to east side (rockefeller center, went on the NBC tour and met Cousin Brucie for 1st time but would later meet him again 3 more times, and saw IMUS doing show behind the glass, as was only 4 of us on the tour, and went over to the United Nations), down to Twin Towers (and went up to Observation Deck in south tower), and saw the body of KONG (a canvass covered Kong’s body, as filming was done at night; body was on the ground, between both towers; dont remember if I took a picture of it that day), then we walked north to FASCINATION game place, and then by 5 or 6 PM, met up with his father for the ride back home. Anyway, love your review; looking for ward to your other reviews of other movies coming out, mostly in 4K. Thank you. -PAUL A. 21 MAY 2021 Friday 6:26PM

  2. Thank you for the kind words. Sounds like an awesome time to see that!

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