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The 1933 movie doesn't show how King Kong was transported, but according to the script:     They possibly towed the raft with the ship, all the way to New York. (Maybe Peter Jackson thought using a raft is a silly idea and therefore didn't include it in his version) However, the raft idea was used in King Kong vs. Godzilla:     In ...


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I have only seen the 1933 and 2005 versions, neither of which address the origin or purpose of the door. The only explanation that I have read about this is that the human inhabitants of Skull Island chose a defendable peninsula, and built the wall to make themselves an enclave. The map from the 1933 picture is below, showing the peninsula as 'village' - a ...


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Despite the reservations of other users, this intrigued me enough to figure it out :) If you watch a clip from the end of the '33 film, you can see the approximate camera angle - which I have replicated in the map below... From this angle, it appears that Kong was hanging onto the East/South 'corner' of the Empire State Building, which would put his ...



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