The King in New York 80th anniversary celebration of King Kong

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The King in New York 80th anniversary celebration of King Kong

Time: March 2, 2013 to March 3, 2013
Location: New York city
Street: Film Forum
City/Town: New York
Event Type: anniversary
Organized By: BThom
Latest Activity: Jan 3, 2013

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An informal gathering of King Kong fans on the weekend of March 2-3 2013 in New York city. All events are pay as you go and there is no registration or membership needed. A screening of King Kong at the Film Forum on Sunday March 3rd at 11 A.M. as well as tours of the observation deck of the Empire State building, a section of surviving elevated trainway, the Radio City Music hall, where King Kong premiered 80 years ago and if possible the T-Rex at the Museum of Natural history. All events are optional (even the screening if your not very social), and up to the individual to attend and payment is confined to the events you chose to go to and no membership is required. An invitational display of King Kong related memorabilia and ephemera is in the works, and inquiries can be addressed to me here.

Again, this is a fan event, not a convention, so there is no dealers room or guest signings.

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