The Son Of Kong

Synopsis: After the disastrous results of his last expedition, Carl Denham leaves New York aboard a ship to escape all the trouble. After a mutiny, he and a few companions are left behind on Skull island, where they meet a smaller relative of King Kong and make friends with him.
Genre: Adventure, Comedy
Production: Warner Home Video
  3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.8
Rotten Tomatoes:
36%
PASSED
Year:
1933
70 min
201 Views


ship his copra last week.

Well, let's see.

There's a couple of half-caste traders here.

We might see them tomorrow...

- ...and get a bit of a cargo.

- Look, Skipper. There's a show in town.

- I'll bet it's terrible.

- Don't be a crab, Skipper. It's a show.

We ought to see it.

- I want a drink and some dinner.

- There's plenty of time for that.

You don't mean to say you're going

to miss the sagacious seals?

Don't you want to laugh and thrill

with La Belle Helene?

Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.

Thank you.

Come, Bobby. Come, George.

Come, Fattima. In with you.

And now, La Belle Helene!

Sweet songstress who has appeared

before all the crowned heads of Europe...

will conclude the performance...

with one of her most popular songs.

La Belle Helene!

Oh, I've got the runaway blues

I want to wander away

Oh, I've got the runaway blues today

Don't want to stay

I know that trains are going somewhere

And steamers are sailing the blue

They go, but baby, what do I care?

'Cause none of them's going to you

Poor kid.

- You know, she's got something.

- It certainly isn't the voice.

Voice, who cares? She's got personality.

Somebody'd show her what to do with it.

I hear the steamer whistle crying

Whoo, whoo

It's just an echo when I'm sighing

Whoo, whoo

You ran away and never told me

What for, what for

And now your arms will never hold me

No more, no more

I don't want the train on the track

Don't want the ship on the sea

Why? 'Cause they ain't

bringing you back to me

Poor me

Thank you for your kind reception

of our efforts.

And remember, another big show here

tomorrow night.

Well, if that's your idea

of a pleasant evening, I...

It's interesting, Skipper.

I'll bet you could take a kid like that...

and put her over to the producer

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Ruth Rose

Ruth Rose (January 16, 1896 – June 8, 1978) was a writer who worked on several films in the 1930s and the 1940s, most famously the original 1933 classic King Kong. more…

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