Ladies & Gentlemen, let’s get to it!
We have just under a month to hopefully change TCM’s mind.
As I recently wrote, TCM is neither airing nor honoring Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack’s KING KONG (1933) on the evening of its 80th Anniversary, April 7, 2013. I firmly hope that it was merely an oversight and that perhaps, together, we can get them to correct it.
I am asking all of you in the TCM fan community (especially participants in TCMParty and DriveInMob) to please help me, and lend your voices to my plea to the powers that be at TCM, to honor Kongwith the tribute that it so richly deserves. As I wrote in my piece, it’s an important picture, and its central character is one of the most empathic creatures ever put on film. The fact that he was roughly 2′ tall & made of…
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