Dragon (Son of Kong)

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Dragon in Son of Kong
Species Reptile
Enemies Kiko
First appearance Son of Kong

Dragon[1][2] is a fictional quadrupedal reptile who appears in the 1933 monster film, Son of Kong. It is a minor character that appears briefly to fight Kiko.


Dragon has a long neck and tail, rough bumpy skin, four, short, muscular legs, and pupil-less eyes. The monster resembles the Brontosaurus from the original King Kong.


Son of Kong

After Kiko, Carl Denham, and Hilda Petersen opened a sealed temple on Skull Island, the predatory Dragon followed them in, possibly tempted by the smell of food, and attacked Kiko. The two creatures grappled, with the dragon using its tail to try to choke the infant Kong, until Kiko snapped its jaw and a barrage of rocks came down on the monster, killing it.


Physical capabilities

Dragon uses its jaws and prehensile tail to battle Kiko, utilizing its tail in an attempt to strangle him.


Main article: Dragon (Son of Kong)/Gallery.


This is a list of references for Dragon (Son of Kong). These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. George Eugene Turner & Orville Goldner (Jul 1, 1975). The making of King Kong: the story behind a film classic. A. S. Barnes. p. 201. ISBN 0498015106.
  2. Ray Morton (2005). King Kong: The History of a Movie Icon from Fay Wray to Peter Jackson. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 92. ISBN 1557836698.


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