Definition of RKO in English:

RKO

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Pronunciation: /ɑːkeɪˈəʊ
 
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A US film production and distribution company founded in 1928, which produced classic films such as King Kong (1933) and Citizen Kane (1941).

Origin

abbreviation of Radio–Keith–Orpheum, from a merger of Radio Corporation of America (RCA) with the Keith and Orpheum cinema chains.

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