The Son of Kong (1933)

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The men who captured the giant ape King Kong return to Skull Island and find his likewise gigantic but far more friendly son.

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  • Robert Armstrong in The Son of Kong (1933)
  • Robert Armstrong and Helen Mack in The Son of Kong (1933)
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  • Robert Armstrong and Helen Mack in The Son of Kong (1933)

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29 November 2005 | Sargebri
Fairly Good Sequel to a Classic
This was a pretty decent sequel to one of the greatest films of all time. Of course, when it first came out it was pretty much a flop. This was due to the fact that it had a lot to live up to, especially since it was released just a relatively short time after the original Kong was released. However, taken alone this film does hold up well as a nice little adventure film and for a change of pace the big ape is not a vicious and destructive creature, but rather a cute and gentle imp who when pushed is a fighter. Also, what is nice about this film is the fact that Denham gets the girl for a change. In the original he was too driven to have a relationship, but at least in this film you are allowed to see his softer side. This film, though not a classic like its predecessor, is still a great film.

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