King Kong and the missing 35mm movie camera

King Kong and the missing 35mm movie camera

Ask Auguste Dupin or Sherlock Holmes and they would agree that logical deduction [a part of doing good science] is most useful and assisted them in solving difficult cases. For some fun, follow the mystery of the missing 35mm camera that was used in the filming of the 1933 version of King Kong.

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