KING KONG (1933) Skull Island set up involving miniature, glass painted and rear projected elements as one.

KING KONG Skull Island set up involving miniature, glass painted and rear projected elements as one.

King Kong - A section of this scene, when Kong gets the men on the log bridge, was cut out! The original has most of the men surviving the fall only to be eaten by giant spiders!

Time for the Ape of the Day! Fun fact: Though Kong and Jack Driscoll had their differences, they found common ground in a shared appreciation of the Sistine Chapel.

Before and after test  If you pay attention, Kong actually changes size and facial features several times throughout the movie, depending upon which model they were shooting.

Before and after test If you pay attention, Kong actually changes size and facial features several times throughout the movie, depending upon which model they were shooting.

KING KONG (1933)

King Kong vintage effects photographs of “Kong” fighting a Pterodactyl. (RKO, Vintage gelatin silver 8 x 10 in. From the private archive of RKO studio photographer Kango Takamura.

KING KONG – THE MIGHTIEST WONDER OF THE WORLD: The Special Photographic Effects of one of cinema’s most enduring and ...

King Kong - Miniature set, stop motion Kong and lizard, with Cabot added by miniature rear screen process.

Ray's first full length feature solo,the Beast from 20,000 fathoms

Beast From 20 000 Fathoms. The first of the giant monsters, The Beast was a source of great inspiration for the original Godzilla. A pure classic.

King Kong 1933...fight scene with the T-Rex is a classic one.

King Kong - 1933 - The clay figures look a lot better when they are in motion

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Time for the Ape of the Day! Fun fact: Though Kong loved Ann Darrow, his true passion was opera.

Director John Guillermin with mechanical King Kong on the set of the 1976 remake

John Guillermin obituary

Ending to King Kong (1976). Jessica Lange (Dwan) stands next to the broken body of Kong.

Ending to King Kong (1976). Jessica Lange (Dwan) stands next to the broken body of Kong.

The log the sailors were crossing at the bottom of the ravine

This is from Willis Harold O'brien, not from Ray Harryhausen. It's from King Kong but these things you can see don't appear in the final movie. The Lost Spider Pit sequence is recreated in 2005 by Peter Jackson and his incredible team.

‪Concept art for King Kong (1933).

‪Concept art for King Kong (1933).

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