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  • King Kong (1933 Film)
  • King Kong (1933 film)
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  • At the turn of the 19th to 20th century, the Lumière Brothers sent film documentarians to places westerners had never seen, and Georges Méliès utilized trick photography in film fantasies that prefigured that in King Kong. Jungle films were launched in the United States in 1913 with Beasts in the Jungle, a film that mixed live actors with lions, a tiger, and other animals. The film's popularity spawned similar pics including a few about "ape men" and gorillas. In 1918, Elmo Lincoln starred in Tarzan of the Apes, and, in 1925, The Lost World made movie history with special effects by Willis O'Brien and a crew that later would work on King Kong.
  • King Kong is a famous monster movie released in 1933 and is largely considered to be one of the most influential films of all time.
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  • 6000.0
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  • --03-07
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  • Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot
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  • Country
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  • Distributor
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  • Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B. Schoedsack
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  • Release Date
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  • Starring
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  • Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B. Schoedsack
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  • Ted Cheesman
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  • Director
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  • Max Steiner
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  • Producer
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  • Editor
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  • United States
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  • Music by
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  • James Creelman, Ruth Rose
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  • Writer
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  • Radio Pictures
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Box Title
  • King Kong
Music By
  • Max Steiner
Edited by
  • Ted Cheesman
Runtime
  • 6000.0
  • 6240.0
Producer
  • Ernest Schoedsack, David Selznick
  • Merian C. Cooper,
Cinematography by
  • Edward Linden, J.O. Taylor, Vernon Walker, Kenneth Peach
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  • None
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Written By
  • Ruth Rose, James Ashmore Creelman, Merian C. Cooper
Produced by
  • Merian C. Cooper, Ernest Schoedsack, David Selznick
Gross
  • 6206460.0
Special Effects by
  • Willis O'Brien, Harry Redmond Jr., Harry Redmond Sr.
Distributor
  • Turner Entertainment
  • RKO Radio Pictures ,
Image File
  • King_kong_1933_movie_poster.jpg
Directed By
  • Merian C. Cooper, Ernest Schoedsack
Composer
  • Max Steiner
Rating
  • Not Rated
Budget
  • 672000.0
Writer
  • Ruth Rose, James Ashmore Creelman, Merian C. Cooper
Director
  • Ernest Schoedsack
  • Merian C. Cooper,
Assistant Directing by
  • Doran Cox, Walter Daniels, Ivan Thomas
Production Design by
  • Carroll Clark
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  • At the turn of the 19th to 20th century, the Lumière Brothers sent film documentarians to places westerners had never seen, and Georges Méliès utilized trick photography in film fantasies that prefigured that in King Kong. Jungle films were launched in the United States in 1913 with Beasts in the Jungle, a film that mixed live actors with lions, a tiger, and other animals. The film's popularity spawned similar pics including a few about "ape men" and gorillas. In 1918, Elmo Lincoln starred in Tarzan of the Apes, and, in 1925, The Lost World made movie history with special effects by Willis O'Brien and a crew that later would work on King Kong.
  • King Kong is a famous monster movie released in 1933 and is largely considered to be one of the most influential films of all time.
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