Wasei Kingu Kongu
|Wasei Kingu Kongu
A frame from the missing film
|Directed by||Torajiro Saito|
|Written by||Akira Fushimi|
Wasei Kingu Kongu (和製キング・コング?, lit. Japanese King Kong) was a 1933 Japanese black-and-white silent film directed by Torajiro Saito. The film is now considered lost. It was a silent short based on the 1933 film King Kong and produced by Shochiku Studios (who released the original 1933 film in Japan on behalf of RKO).
|Isamu Yamaguchi||King Kong|
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