King Kong Volkswagen Commercial animated by David Allen

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I can't get enough of King Kong. I even watch the monkey suit movies. But the "real" King Kong is stop-motion, the breath of life that gave Kong his powerful personality in 1933.

In 1972, David Allen animated this legendary Kong sequence for a Volkswagen commercial. And he nailed it.

Kong stands atop the Empire State Building, exactly where he belongs. Kong looks beautiful. The face is that of the Kong I love, the doll-sized 1933 version, and he's as ferocious and innocent as I remember. And it's in color!

Thanks, David Allen.

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