Konga (1961 film)

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The poster for Konga
Directed by John Lemont
Producer(s) Herman Cohen, Nathan Cohen, Stuart Levy
Written by Herman Cohen, Aben Kandel
Music by Gerard Schurmann
Distributor Anglo Amalgamated,UK
American International PicturesUS
Budget $500,000
Running time 90 minutes
(1 hour, 30 minutes)
Not since "King Kong" has the screen exploded with such mighty fury and spectacle!

— Tagline

Konga is a British science fiction monster film produced by Anglo Amalgamated. It was distributed in the United States by American International Pictures. The film was released to British theaters on March 26, 1961 and to American theaters on May 3.


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Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   John Lemont
  • Written by   Herman Cohen, Aben Kandel
  • Produced by   Herman Cohen, Nathan Cohen, Stuart Levy
  • Music by   Gerard Schurmann
  • Cinematography by   Desmond Dickinson
  • Edited by   Jack Slade


Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Michael Gough   as   Dr. Charles Decker
  • Margo Johns   as   Margaret
  • Jess Conrad   as   Bob Kenton
  • Claire Gordon   as   Sandra Banks
  • Austin Trevor   as   Dean Foster
  • Jack Watson   as   Superintendent Brown
  • George Pastell   as   Professor Tagore
  • Vanda Godsell   as   Bob's mother
  • Stanley Morgan   as   Inspector Lawson
  • Grace Arnold   as   Miss Barnesdell
  • Leonard Sachs   as   Bob's Father
  • Nicholas Bennett   as   Daniel
  • Kim Tracy   as   Mary
  • Rupert Osborne   as   Eric Kenton
  • Waveney Lee   as   Janet Kenton
  • John Welsh   as   Commissioner Garland
  • Paul Stockman   as   Konga (uncredited)



Weapons, Vehicles, and Races


Main article: Konga (film)/Gallery.


Theatrical Releases

Video releases




Konga trailer


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