Japanese King Kong (1933)
Japanese King Kong (和製キング・コング is a lost Wasei Kingu Kongu)Japanese comedy short film produced by Shochiku Kinema. It serves as something of a parody of the original King Kong and was produced to coincide with Shochiku's Japanese distribution of the film. It was released to Japanese theaters on October 5, 1933.
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Like 90% of all Japanese films produced before 1945, Japanese King Kong is considered a lost film.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Torajiro Saito
- Written by Akira Fushimi
- Cinematography by Yoshio Taketomi
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Isamu Yamaguchi as Santa
- Yasuko Koizumi as Omitsu
- Takeshi Sakamoto as Yokoshima
- Kotaro Sekiguchi as Seizo
- Nagamasa Yamada as Koichi
- Main article: Japanese King Kong/Gallery.
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