This day in history: March 2nd

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This day in history: March 2nd

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1933 – The original version of King Kong debuted in New York City. This was one of the largest film events of the time and every one of the shows for the opening weekend were sold out. The tickets were between $.25 – $.75  and the movie grossed $90,000 over a ford day period.

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