Former Empire State Building and King Kong Play used 60 kg of chocolate to create the classic scene of the movie “King Kong”

In the 1933 classic sci-fi movie “King Kong”, the classic scene in which King Kong climbed to the top of the Empire State Building is believed to impress every one of the little partners he has seen, and two professional dim sumrs from Canada recently used more than 60 kilograms of chocolate to create the classic scene. “King Kong” is a classic action sci-fi movie by Merian M. C. Cooper, Ernest. B. Scheidsack co-directed by Faye Ray and Robert Armstrong, the film was released in the United States on March 7, 1933.

The film tells the story of the huge orangutan King Kong captured by humans and sent to the New York exhibition, in pursuit of its beloved blonde beauty, King Kong escapes from the cage, the story of New York.

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