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Konga

"Konga" was a British-American King Kong thriller directed by John Lemont that was first-released in England in 1961. 

When British botanist Dr. Charles Decker, who has been presumed dead for over a year, comes out of hiding with a baby chimpanzee named "Konga" in tow, there is no telling the chaos that will soon ensue! Deterring from the original plot line of the Kong films, Konga carries a thriller sequence of events all its own.

Featuring a harrowing larger-than-life illustration of Konga himself, we just know havoc is on the horizon! The deep gold contrasted with Konga's stark stature provides stunning depth. Not to mention, the prominent red block text frames this thrilling scene expertly. Fantastic and bold color choices on this vintage 1961 piece.

This rarely-scene King Kong classic is just the vintage staple your walls need.

Condition: Good. Original fold lines present. Age toning in accordance with posters age. Faint creasing Minor border wear. Writing on verso has bled on center of the lower quadrant. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall condition. 

Year: c.1961 - 61 years old

Size: 27.0" x 41.0" (69cm x 104cm)


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