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Captain Englehorn (Character)
from King Kong (1933)

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Alternate Names:
Capt. Englehorn / Englehorn

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  1. King Kong (2005) Played by Thomas Kretschmann
    ... aka "Kong: The Eighth Wonder of the World" - International (English title) (teaser title)
    ... aka "Peter Jackson's King Kong" - USA (promotional title)

  2. The Son of Kong (1933) Played by Frank Reicher (as Capt. Englehorn)
  3. King Kong (1933) Played by Frank Reicher

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Quotes:
From The Son of Kong (1933)
Carl Denham: If you want me to, I'll give Helstrom a tip that he's too thick with the crew.
Englehorn: Go ahead. It's bad for discipline.
Carl Denham: [sees Charlie leading a procession of the crew] Ha. We must be in Russia. Here comes the Committee of the Workers.
Charlie, the Chinese Cook: Captain Englehorn!
Englehorn: Well?
Charlie, the Chinese Cook: Captain, I went down in the forward hold.
Englehorn: What of it?
Charlie, the Chinese Cook: Captain, I found something!
Englehorn: What's the matter? Found what?
Carl Denham: [sees Charlie reach into the crowd of sailors and pull out Hilda, who was stowing away in the forward hold] Holy mackeral!
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