King Kong (1933) - (Re-issue Trailer)
A film crew discovers the "eighth wonder of the world," a giant prehistoric ape, and brings him back to New York where he wrecks havoc in King Kong (1933) starring Fay Wray and Robert Armstrong.
King Kong (1933) -- (Movie Clip) The Thrill Of A Lifetime!
Adventure movie-maker Denham (Robert Armstrong) is about to leave New York for the tropics, determined to hire a girl as the love interest for the picture he won't explain for anyone so, with no one willing to take the risk, he finds Fay Wray ("Ann Darrow"), early in the original King Kong, 1933.
King Kong (1933) -- (Movie Clip) The Eighth Wonder!
Filmmaker turned exhibitor Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong) at last introduces Kong, along with Ann (Fay Wray), for his New York debut, and it turns out he doesn't like flash bulbs, opening the climax of the original King Kong, 1933.
King Kong (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Dinosaur Fight
That nasty Tyrannosaurus, which no ordinary ape would take on, is about to eat Ann (Fay Wray), in a famous sequence, with action shot one frame at a time, from animator Willis O'Brien, in Merian C. Cooper's original King Kong, 1933.
Mo Rocca -- (Movie Promo) Guest Programmer, April 2015
Promo for humorist Mo Rocca's appearance as TCM's Guest Programmer for April, 2015, with Robert Osborne, Monday, April 13 starting at 8pm ET.
King Kong (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Sacrifice
Having locked the gate and delivered the sacrificial Ann (Fay Wray), the native chief (Steve Clemento) summons the ape for his first appearance in Merian C. Cooper's King Kong, 1933.
King Kong (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Beauty And Beast
Filmmaker Carl (Robert Armstrong) inspires Ann (Fay Wray) to some impressive acting for the camera, causing the captain (Frank Reicher) and first mate Jack (Bruce Cabot) further concern regarding what his mysterious movie is really about, en route to Skull Island in the original King Kong, 1933.