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King Kong falls to his death after an aerial attack.

The film introduces us to flamboyant, foolhardy documentary filmmaker Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong), who sails off to parts unknown to film his latest epic with leading lady Darrow in tow. Disembarking at Skull Island, they stumble on a ceremony in which the native dancers circle around a terrified-looking young girl, chanting, “Kong! Kong!” The chief (Noble Johnson) and witch doctor (Steve Clemente) spot Denham and company and order them to leave. But upon seeing Ann, the chief offers to buy the “golden woman” to serve as the “bride of Kong.” Denham refuses, and he and the others beat a hasty retreat to their ship. Late that night, a party of native warriors sneak on board the ship and kidnap Ann. They strap her to a huge sacrificial altar just outside the gate, then summon Kong, who winds up saving Ann instead of devouring her. Kong is eventually taken back to New York, where he breaks loose on the night of his Broadway premiere, thinking that his beloved Ann is being hurt by the reporters’ flash bulbs. Now at large in New York, Kong searches high and low for Ann (in another long-censored scene, he plucks a woman from her high-rise apartment, then drops her to her death when he realizes she isn’t the girl he’s looking for). After proving his devotion by wrecking an elevated train, Kong winds up at the top of the Empire State Building, facing off against a fleet of World War I fighter planes.

TM & © Warner Bros. (1933)
Cast: Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot, Fay Wray
Directors: Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B. Schoedsack
Producers: David O. Selznick, Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B. Schoedsack
Screenwriters: James Ashmore Creelman, Ruth Rose, Merian C. Cooper, Edgar Wallace, Leon Gordon

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48 Replies to “King Kong (1933) – Beauty Killed the Beast Scene (10/10) | Movieclips”

  1. This is why I prefer the 1976 and 2005 King Kong Versions. Jessica Lange and Naomi Watts really cared and had sympathy for Kong, they tried to save him. In this version, Fay Wray always hated Kong even if he saved her life several times.

  2. Even though he is not a complete villain Carl Denham was nothing but a greedy and selfish person. He only wanted Kong in New York just to make money and to make a name for himself even if it involves putting Ann in danger. Plus he was cruel having Kong sent away from his home and put on as an attraction. Just downright animal cruelty.

  3. Watched this version when I was about 6 years old and it really affected me in the way of giving me the same dream over and over again. The dream would start with the sound of a heartbeat in complete darkness and the sensation that Kong was carrying me in the palm of his hand not clutching I would be laying on the palm of his hand terrified of the darkness and that I might fall off but Kong himself I did not fear anyway I stopped dreaming it but a few years later a reoccurring terrifying sleep paralysis took it's place and Kong was replaced by a Neanderthal type being that would stand at the side of my bed.

  4. OMG! I Know That Kong Killed Many Innocent People But He Didn't Deserve To Die! I Mean He Just Wanted To Be Alone With His Bride!

  5. Even if you don't agree that Kong has a tender side or not, what must be agreed upon, however; is that you are in fact supposed to feel sorry for Kong at the end of the film! that's the whole genius of the original movie!!

  6. I Only like Three Classic Movies
    King Kong [1933]
    Godzilla [1954]
    The Great Escape [1963]

    Godzilla Just 21 Years After King Kong

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