Waiting for Kong

In 1971 at age 12, my love of movies triggered an obsession with the 1933 film “King Kong.”

Once I discovered Kong, I could think of little else. I went to my local library and read everything I could find about this classic film. I even joined the Movie Book Club so I could order books about it. Eventually, I knew every scene, most of the dialogue, and how the filmmakers…

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Anti-death penalty advocate, cultural archaeologist, “American Grotesk” historyteller and author of 11 books. More at www.dalebrumfield.net.

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Dale M. Brumfield

Dale M. Brumfield

Anti-death penalty advocate, cultural archaeologist, “American Grotesk” historyteller and author of 11 books. More at www.dalebrumfield.net.

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