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En el barco en el que los protagonistas llegan la Isla de la Calavera, en la bodega donde están las jaulas de los animales hay una que pone "Sumatra Monkey Rat", que es el bicho responsable de la plaga de zombies de la película de Peter Jackson "Braindead (tu madre se ha comido a mi perro)".

King Kong hour lighting created using a key light at the side light fill used to reduce dark shadows

1933 King Kong's Brontosaurus/Apatosaurus model!

The Brontosaurus model from the original King Kong looks cooler today than it did 80 years ago

King Kong (1933) Fred Reefe working on Kong' eye.

Behind the Scenes of King Kong (1933)

Ray Harryhausen and His Creatures | Ray Harryhausen – Monsters and Sinbad – on TCM

Ray Harryhausen – Monsters and Sinbad – on TCM

"King Kong" (1933) Willis O'Brien  #KingKong #DynitRKO

King Kong (1933)

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King Kong (1933)  A gigantic ape is captured and brought to New York City where it breaks loose.

King Kong This is an early publicity shot and is quite different than the final movie version. Both the building and the Kong puppet are quite a bit different than what appears in the film.

King Kong concept art | Kong was drawn by Willis O’Brien, the landscape was the work of Byron Crabbe, and the skies were added by Mario Larringa

Concept art for the film "King Kong" by Willis O'Brien (Kong), Mario Larringa (skies), & Byron Crabbe (city).

Date: 1933 Category: Movie still Subject: King Kong Original: Yes Color: B&W Size (approx.): 8x10 Photographer: Unknown Type: Type I Stamped: Film number on  front Notes: Rare & Unique movie still scene

Date: 1933 Category: Movie still Subject: King Kong Original: Yes Color: B&W Size (approx.): Photographer: Unknown Type: Type I Stamped: Film number on front Notes: Rare & Unique movie still scene

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