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Dwan (Character)
from King Kong (1976)

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King Kong -- A petroleum exploration expedition comes to an isolated island and encounters a colossal giant gorilla.
King Kong -- Trailer for this remake

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  1. King Kong Lives (1986) Played by Jessica Lange

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From King Kong (1976)
Dwan: How can I become a star because of... because of someone who was stolen off that gorgeous island and locked up in that lousy oil tank?
Fred Wilson: Its not *someone*! Its an animal, a beast who tried to rape you.
Dwan: Thats not true. He risked his life to save me.
Fred Wilson: He tried to rape you honey. And before you cry a lot, you should ask the natives on that island what they thought of losing Kong.
Jack Prescott: Actually, they'll miss him a lot.
Fred Wilson: Like leprosy.
Jack Prescott: No, you're dead wrong. He was the terror, the mystery of their lives, and the magic. A year from now that will be an island full of burnt-out drunks. When we took Kong we kidnapped their god.
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