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  • King Kong

    What an amazing movie for 1933. That T-Rex that Kong whipped still the best T-Rex in moviedom history.

    But there are a couple things...

    Obviously the natives had annual sacrifices to Kong so how come he had to come crashing through the trees, there should have already been a worn down path already there.

    Then there;s...

    How in the hell did Kong find Ann in a hotel room in NY City? Smell?

    There is a scene that we never see it was cut from the movie because it was deemed too gory. Remember when Kong shakes the sailors off that log, and they all fall into a ravine........


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOMKnhN7ABs

    We did see the scene in Peter Jackson's remake, sorta,

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    What a shame that Kong never fought Ultraman :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    • #3
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      Originally posted by AFTERBURNER
      What a shame that Kong never fought Ultraman :lol: :lol: :lol:
      Comic book hero vs giant movie ape, that would sell.

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        The T-Rex was the work of animator WIllis O'Brien. An interesting cat, judging by his wiki article. Went 9-1 as a pro boxer, among other many other things. The last sentence of the first paragraph suggests he'd be pleased to be remembered for the prehistoric preditor.

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willis_O%27Brien

        "Willis O'Brien was born in Oakland, California. He first left home at the age of eleven to work on cattle ranches, and again at the age of thirteen when he took on a variety of jobs including farmhand, factory worker, fur trapper, cowboy, and bartender. During this time he also competed in rodeos and developed an interest in dinosaurs while working as a guide to palaeontologists in Crater Lake region."

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        • #5
          Re: King Kong

          Originally posted by Dixon

          There is a scene that we never see it was cut from the movie because it was deemed too gory. Remember when Kong shakes the sailors off that log, and they all fall into a ravine........


          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOMKnhN7ABs
          Interesting how they all bounced when they hit, yet were spry enough to take on the denizens.

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            I always wondered how they fed and hydrated the great ape as they hauled his ass half-way around the planet to NYC.

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            • #7
              Re: King Kong

              Originally posted by jeremyp
              Originally posted by Dixon

              There is a scene that we never see it was cut from the movie because it was deemed too gory. Remember when Kong shakes the sailors off that log, and they all fall into a ravine........


              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOMKnhN7ABs
              Interesting how they all bounced when they hit, yet were spry enough to take on the denizens.
              I 'm guessing that also had something to do why that scene was pulled. Nobody would have survived that fall.

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              • #8
                Re: King Kong

                Originally posted by jhc68
                I always wondered how they fed and hydrated the great ape as they hauled his ass half-way around the planet to NYC.
                I hear ya, and how dd they get him from the dock to the theater?

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