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Ann (Fay Wray) is sacrificed by the island’s natives to be Kong’s new bride.

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: Noble Johnson, 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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45 Replies to “King Kong (1933) – The Bride of Kong Scene (1/10) | Movieclips”

  1. The Director of this movie died by, wait for it, Natural Death😆 common who lives more than 100 yrs. except if he/she is from Japan.😂

    RIP of People who watched this in 1933 becz they all died by same cause.

    Now 3rd & 4th generation are watching this trailer in 2016 & onward commenting: Classic Movie😍 or Aww Man "How cute is King Kong" 🤣

    Wait 4 it: Just Kidding.😁

  2. This is Showa Godzilla, son of Godzilla, animated series(with godzookie), and King Kong vs Godzilla all over again, man I already know for a fact that they can’t Kill off either in Godzilla vs King Kong. The entire fan base would freak, and Yes… I am team Godzilla for life, but Kong is cool too, the one with Jack Black and Godzilla Final wars are great movies especially final wars. Final Wars may have been weird with charcaters(who I liked) but the Godzilla battles were the best, my cousin says Godzilla is slow in 2019 because king ghidorah dodged his atomic breath easily so Kong could too, but to me King Ghidorahs heads are like snakes and Kong would have to dodge, but then again this is the same person that says Kong controls all of skins island, which isnt true, but I bet the movie will have mecha king ghidorah and Gigan for a 2 v 2, or maybe Biolantte(I cant spell it sorry), both Gigan and Bio are actually wanted in the monster verse aka Legendary Godzikka

  3. Faye Wray shows the real face of her horror at she's confronting,her reactions are all perfectly normal if you were a young inexperienced woman confronting the unknown,hated the 70's version that was just tacky,and the more recent version started off well enough than just went down hill to sheer stupidity…1933 is still the best version.

  4. Amazing how a movie made for what, in modern Hollywood terms, is pocket change can be ten times as good as all of its subsequent remakes put together. (By the way, has anybody noticed that Ann Darrow, as played by Fay Wray in the 1933 original, was a streetwise, straight-talking woman of pretty fair courage and stamina — even WITH all of her celebrated screaming — while the same character in the later films was a Valley Girl airhead with the vocabulary of a 10 year-old? It's one of the more striking features of American film history that women characters in 30s films were often more intelligent, self-reliant and resourceful than they were to be for decades to come.)

  5. So very Classic !
    Note the orchestra horns that resonate his approaching walk, this was long before Jaws.
    And, wonder if Fay Wray was kept in the dark during rehearsals and actually saw Kong for the first time caught on camera ,sure looked real- her fright, eyes popping out….The other two are good, but, nothing compares to this original.

  6. All that's missing is a cross-cut to two of the islanders standing on the wall, quoting "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", when the knights arrive at Camelot:
    "Don't know what she's getting so excited about. It's only a model."

  7. Fun fact: Kong's fur moving was actually a mistake/not planned for. The puppeteers who worked on the stop motion had to continually move his arms and body to create movement. In doing so, they would inadvertently move the fur around, causing it to actually look like it was moving and appear more lifelike. Unintended effect, but really created a much more realistic feeling!

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