King Kong

Directed By: Ernest B. Schoedsack, Merian C. Cooper


In 1993 Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack directed King Kong, a masterpiece film that defined the monster movie genre and influenced popular culture. A film crew travels to a mysterious island to shoot a movie. On the island they discover Kong, a giant gorilla revered by the natives. Kong falls in love with actress Ann Darrow (Fay Wray) and is captured to be exhibited in New York as an attraction. He escapes and sows panic in the city, culminating in the famous scene on the Empire State Building, where he is shot down by planes.
It is 1933 and we do not expect nude actresses in the film, but Fay Wray stars in some interesting sequences. In the 16th minute the actress is on the deck of the ship, wearing a white dress. The breeze has inturgidated her nipples, which are visible under the fabric.
Fifty-four minutes later Fay lies unconscious in the hand of the gorilla, who is tearing off her dress, freeing her thighs and bra. A couple of minutes later the woman attempts to escape with the help of a man. The two dive into the water, then he grabs her to lead her to shore. Submerged in the water, Fay Wray gives us a glimpse of generous cleavage.

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