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King Kong (1933) Poster

(1933)

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Followed by 

Remade as 

King Kong (1976)
The Mighty Kong (1998) (Video)
King Kong (2005)

Edited into 

The Ghost Ship (1943)
One shot of the boat traveling toward camera is a flipped shot of the Venture from King Kong.
Kinkón (1971) (Short)
The Arrival of Joachim Stiller (1976)
Clips of King Kong on top of Empire State Building are edited into Freek's hallucination
Fantastic Dinosaurs of the Movies (1990) (Video)
The trailer is shown in this video.
The Lost Spider Pit Sequence (2005) (Video)
The new shots are interspliced with clips of the original film

Spin-off 

King Kong (1966) (TV Series)
Kong (2000)
Kong: The Animated Series (2001) (TV Series)
Kong: King of Atlantis (2005) (Video)

References 

Referenced in 

Mickey's Mechanical Man (1933) (Short)
The Pet Store (1933) (Short)
Jimmy the Gent (1934)
Gladys: "For ten-percent of that I'd marry King Kong."
Murder at the Vanities (1934)
Ellery compares Murdock to the giant ape.
Bum Voyage (1934) (Short)
Patsy Kelly, in gorilla suit, complains about imitating King Kong.
She (1935)
The Last Days of Pompeii (1935)
Max Steiner music score partly recycled
The Rainmakers (1935)
As Billy is fleeing in the dust storm, he passes a King Kong poster which then rips off the face of Kong which sticks to his windshield.
Satan Met a Lady (1936)
When Ted Shayne meets Valerie Purvis in her apartment and starts swinging from the door frame, she refers to him as King Kong.
Terror on the Midway (1942) (Short)
Cabin in the Sky (1943)
Petunia Jackson (Ethel Waters) orders a drink called a double King Kong at the bar in the nightclub. Jim Henry (Ernest Whitman) says "What'll it be, Miss Jackson?," and she says, "You may give me a double King Kong."
Hurdy-Gurdy Hare (1950) (Short)
Bugs Bunny calls the gorilla King Kong.
Sunset Blvd. (1950)
Joe makes a King Kong joke when talking about the chimpanzee.
Godzilla (1954)
The Searchers (1956)
I Never Forget a Face (1956)
At the beginning of a segment on the 1925 Scopes "monkey trial", viewers see a bust of an early human; the narrator says, "Quiet children, it's not King Kong. It's Mr. Ape."
The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna: The Witch Doctor (1956) (TV Episode)
Regarding her pitiful love life, Nugey bemoans, "Who wants to be the bride of King Kong?"
Rock All Night (1957)
Al and Steve discuss the movie at the very end of the story.
The Phil Silvers Show: His Highness Doberman (1957) (TV Episode)
Bilko tells Doberman that he's supposed to carry himself as a king - not King Kong.
South Pacific (1958)
The Phil Silvers Show: Bilko's Hollywood Romance (1959) (TV Episode)
Monica Malamar complains that the last one to use her hotel room must have been King Kong.
The Angry Red Planet (1959)
King Kong is compared to one of the martian creatures.
Make Room for Daddy: Tonoose, the Matchmaker (1959) (TV Episode)
Pat Harrigan makes a joke about King Kong's hair.
Dennis the Menace: Dennis Creates a Hero (1960) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Mr. Wilson.
Leave It to Beaver: Mother's Day Composition (1960) (TV Episode)
Larry Mondello tells Beaver that it's easy to tell when things are make-believe, just like "King Kong" in the movie theater.
Gorgo (1961)
The Real McCoys: Theatre in the Barn (1961) (TV Episode)
Grampa tells Fay Wray he saw her in the movie.
Leave It to Beaver: Tennis, Anyone (1962) (TV Episode)
Beaver refers to Lumpy as the title character.
King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)
King Kong appears
Car 54, Where Are You?: A Star Is Born in the Bronx (1962) (TV Episode)
Lucille prepares a meal of coconuts, boiled bananas, and mashed mangos, so Toody asks whether she's expecting King Kong for dinner.
Mister Ed: Don't Laugh at Horses (1963) (TV Episode)
When questioned on what costume she'll wear to the party, Kay Addison responds that maybe she'll skip her beauty parlor appointment and go as King Kong.
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963)
Music used at rescue in the end when the ladder goes up.
The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964)
Norman says, "I don't care if he's King Kong!"
The Flintstones: Son of Rockzilla (1964) (TV Episode)
One of the apes working in the newspapers says that his Uncle Herman is out on the town again. This is referencing the old ape-on-the-loose films. Specifically, "King Kong."
The Dick Van Dyke Show: I'd Rather Be Bald Than Have No Head at All (1964) (TV Episode)
Buddy thinks Sally's amount yarn indicates her readiness to knit something for King Kong
My Favorite Martian: Uncle Martin's Wisdom Tooth (1964) (TV Episode)
Tim mentions the title character.
The Outer Limits: Soldier (1964) (TV Episode)
Paul Tanner describes Tom Kagen's interaction with the soldier as "playing ABCs with King Kong".
Jonny Quest: Double Danger (1964) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Race
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Memo from Purgatory (1964) (TV Episode)
Jay Shaw refers to Candle as "King Kong".
The Munsters: Will Success Spoil Herman Munster? (1965) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by the Raven
A Thousand Clowns (1965)
Murray yells to Arnold to look out the window, and claims King Kong is climbing the Time-Life building
Left-Handed Fate (1965)
The Professor mentions King Kong during his lecture.
Harper (1966)
Harper says the sheriff looks like King Kong
Hazel: The Perfect Boss (1966) (TV Episode)
Clara says the contest holders are "looking for the perfect boss, not a successor to King Kong".
Green Acres: Never Trust a Little Old Lady (1966) (TV Episode)
Lisa watchesthe movie on the Pixley TV station.
Mad Monster Party? (1967)
The Character "It" is an unnamed King Kong. The film with the planes attacking him references the 1933 film
Yellow Submarine (1968)
The scene in the museum when Ringo Starr and Old Fred watch King Kong grabbing a screaming blonde out the window from her bed refers to a sequence which, at the time, had been cut from American prints: Kong mistakes the girl for Fay Wray and grabs her, dropping her to her death when he realizes she isn't.
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Episode #2.13 (1968) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Nanette Fabray
That Girl: It's So Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House (1969) (TV Episode)
Donald mentions the title character.
Angel, Angel, Down We Go (1969)
dialogue
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Episode #3.2 (1969) (TV Episode)
referenced by Gary Owens
Scooby Doo, Where Are You!: Never Ape an Ape Man (1969) (TV Episode)
Shaggy sarcastically refers to himself as "King Kong in the flesh."
Un, dos, tres, al escondite inglés (1970)
A poster of this film can be seen
Up in the Cellar (1970)
There is a photograph of King Kong on Colin's mirror.
Sometimes a Great Notion (1970)
Hank is called "King Kong"
The Projectionist (1971)
The Projectionist imitates Carl Denham and states the beauty killed the beast.
Star Spangled Girl (1971)
referenced by Andy Hobart
The Tony Hancock Special (1972) (TV Movie)
Referenced by Hancock.
The Brady Bunch: Sergeant Emma (1972) (TV Episode)
Bobby mentions the title character.
The New Scooby-Doo Movies: Sandy Duncan's Jekyll and Hyde (1972) (TV Episode)
Kong is one of the movie props Shaggy and Scooby encounter.
The Mechanic (1972)
One of the movie posters on the prostutute's (Jill Ireland's) living room wall.
M*A*S*H: Dear Dad, Again (1973) (TV Episode)
Pierce refers to Frank Burns and Hot Lips as the The King Kong and Fay Wray of the Mash 4077
Walking Tall (1973)
Schlock (1973)
Among the pictures of Schlock that Sergeant Wino examines, one is showing King Kong imprisoned in a cage in a New York theater.
The Naked Ape (1973)
"King Kong" is advertised on a marquee.
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour: Episode #4.1 (1973) (TV Episode)
Referenced in Bad Bad Leroy Brown
Speed Buggy: Kingzilla (1973) (TV Episode)
The beast is not only referncing the title ape of the 1933 film, but so is the name.
Adam-12: Northeast Division (1973) (TV Episode)
Jim mentions movie by name
Hired Gun (1973) (Short)
Lenny (1974)
Lenny mentions King Kong and Fay Wray.
Q & Q: Gasten op het tuinfeest (1974) (TV Episode)
Poster on door inside Aristide's dark room
Sanford and Son: A Little Extra Security (1974) (TV Episode)
Grady makes a reference to this film in relation to Aunt esther.
Sanford and Son: Strange Bedfellows (1975) (TV Episode)
Fred likens Aunt Esther to King Kong.
Sanford and Son: The Masquerade Party (1975) (TV Episode)
Wearing a gorilla suit, Fred refers to himself as King Kong.
That Most Important Thing: Love (1975)
The poster is shown
Kojak: Unwanted Partners (1975) (TV Episode)
Capt. McNeil jokingly asks Kojak if he has King Kong on the Empire State Building
Linda Lovelace for President (1975)
A talking chimp mentions Fay Wray
Farewell, My Lovely (1975)
Marlowe says that since seeing the film, he's had a soft spot for any gorilla who falls for a dame
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Then something went wrong for Fay Wray and King Kong"
The Ghost Busters: Dr. Whatsisname (1975) (TV Episode)
Kong notes that Tracy's grandfather had an unfortunate occurrence at the Empire State Building.
Sanford and Son: My Fair Esther (1975) (TV Episode)
Fred calls Esther "Queen Kong."
The Ghost Busters: The Vikings Have Landed (1975) (TV Episode)
Jake Kong notes that Tracy's grandfather has experience climbing on the Empire State Building.
Sanford and Son: Ebenezer Sanford (1975) (TV Episode)
Fred calls Aunt Esther "Queen Kong."
M*A*S*H: The Price of Tomato Juice (1975) (TV Episode)
Hawkeye and B.J. discuss this movie.
White House Madness (1975)
The title is mentioned.
Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976)
Larry compares himself to King Kong while joking with his girlfriend
Taxi Driver (1976)
Sanford and Son: The Director (1976) (TV Episode)
Elroy asks whether King Kong could beat Foreman in a fight.
All in the Family: Gloria and Mike's House Guests (1976) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
Love Games (1976)
A small poster is visible in Rick's office.
Murder by Death (1976)
The screaming woman sound used as a doorbell is Fay Wray's screams from King Kong (1933)
Ape (1976)
Baby Rosemary (1976)
Posters seen on wall.
The Killer Meteors (1976)
The film's theme song is sampled in the opening credits.
The Kids from C.A.P.E.R.: King Cone (1976) (TV Episode)
Dialogue mentions that "King Kong" on TV
M*A*S*H: The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan (1976) (TV Episode)
B.J. says, "Suppose King Kong got her."
Saturday Night Live: Jodie Foster/Brian Wilson (1976) (TV Episode)
referenced in the King Kong Dirge
M*A*S*H: The Colonel's Horse (1976) (TV Episode)
Colonel Potter tells Radar about this movie.
Queen Kong (1976)
Sanford and Son: Aunt Esther Meets Her Son (1976) (TV Episode)
Fred says standing next to Esther would make King Kong look like John-Boy from The Waltons.
Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman vs Gargantua (1976) (TV Episode)
General Blankenship feels the situation is "like some King Kong movie".
King Kung Fu (1976)
The film's poster makes an appearance.
Charlie's Angels: The Big Tap-Out (1977) (TV Episode)
McMasters says Roy has a monkey on his back the size of King Kong.
Saturday Night Live: Ruth Gordon/Chuck Berry (1977) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by 'Dino de Lorentiis'
Sanford and Son: When John Comes Marching Home (1977) (TV Episode)
Fred recalls the band at Esther's wedding playing the love theme from this film.
Rhoda: Nick Lobo, Superstar (1977) (TV Episode)
Gary says that the new King Kong and the old King Kong are playing on a double bill.
Sanford and Son: The Will (1977) (TV Episode)
Fred mentions the iconic ape of this film.
Sanford and Son: The Lucky Streak (1977) (TV Episode)
Fred describes a movie in which Godzilla and King Kong's children get married.
Sanford and Son: School Daze (1977) (TV Episode)
Fred says Bubba's aunt's appendix ruptured while watching this movie.
Animal (1977)
Mike Gaucher is dressed as King Kong for a promotion in a supermarket
The Six Million Dollar Man: Bigfoot V (1977) (TV Episode)
Bounty hunters speak of selling the creature to a movie company, researcher Hope Langston speaks of a net strong enough to hold King Kong, etc.
All in the Family: Archie and the KKK: Part 2 (1977) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
Sneak Previews: The Best of 1976 (1977) (TV Episode)
Gene Siskel mentions the movie in his discussion on "Ape" (1976).
Blue Collar (1978)
"King Kong suit"
Pennies from Heaven (1978) (TV Mini-Series)
There are at least two instances during which Bob Hoskins' character is eqauted with King Kong.
Columbo: How to Dial a Murder (1978) (TV Episode)
Movie poster on wall in Dr. Masons house
The Amazing Spider-Man: Escort to Danger (1978) (TV Episode)
Captain Barbera says he'll put out an A.P.B. on King Kong
Take Off (1978)
"My head feels like King Kong sat on it."
The Adventures of Picasso (1978)
While singing "God Save the King" the lines are altered to "God save King Kong"
The Fantastic Four: A Monster Among Us (1978) (TV Episode)
The Thing: "Why, he makes King Kong look like a midget."
The Fantastic Four: The Phantom of Film City (1978) (TV Episode)
Herbie compares The Thing to King Kong.
The Muppet Show: Alice Cooper (1978) (TV Episode)
Miss Piggy says, "It's like King Kong!"
60 Second Assassin (1978)
Max Steiner's music score and soundtrack are sampled in this movie.
The Lady in Red (1979)
Polly Franklin and John Dillinger go on a date to see this film in a movie theater
Archie Bunker's Place: Archie and the Oldest Profession (1979) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
The Great Santini (1979)
Mary Anne refers to her father as King Kong.
Love You! (1979)
At the begining of the movie, a character calls the island "King Kong's playground"
J.J. de Bom voorheen: 'De kindervriend': Gebroken gezinnen (1980) (TV Episode)
Poster in Willem-Jan's bedroom
The Scarlett O'Hara War (1980) (TV Movie)
Mentioned by David O. Selznick's assistant.
Gorp (1980)
Evie calls Kavell and Bergman "King Kong and Godzilla".
The Stunt Man (1980)
My Bodyguard (1980)
Burlesque (1980)
This movie is mentioned by a character.
Crazy Climber (1980) (Video Game)
The Berenstain Bears Meet Bigpaw (1980) (TV Movie)
Papa says: "This guy makes King Kong look like Singer's Midgets!"
The Party (1980)
"On dirait King Kong", translated: "It looks like King Kong"
Donkey Kong (1981) (Video Game)
Home Sweet Home (1981)
poster in room
Carnival Magic (1981)
The police refer to a crime in progress as a "King Kong: An ape kidnapping a beautiful woman."
Mad Mission (1982)
The main character is named after King Kong
Gimme a Break!: Grandma Fools Around (1982) (TV Episode)
The film is mentioned by name.
Silver Spoons: Evelyn Returns (1982) (TV Episode)
The film is mentioned by name.
T.J. Hooker: Thieves' Highway (1982) (TV Episode)
Romano mentions Fay Wray and King Kong to Venus the Orangutan
Hi-de-Hi!: Eruptions (1982) (TV Episode)
Ted: "King Kong? That was 1933 in that old film!"
The A-Team: Mexican Slayride (1983) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Col. Lynch
Part 2, Mad Mission: Aces Go Places (1983)
King Kong, the main character, is named after King Kong.
The A-Team: The Out-of-Towners (1983) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Murdock
St. Elsewhere: Craig in Love (1983) (TV Episode)
The final line in King Kong is the answer to Ehrlich's trivial persuit question
Cracking Up (1983)
Giant ape hand appears on the skyscraper balcony in the acrophobia sequence
The Deadly Spawn (1983)
movie poster on a bedroom wall
No 73: Who's Who? (1983) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned during the Sandwich Quiz
Twice Upon a Time (1983)
One of Flora Fauna's staged nightmare performances is a King Kong look a like grabbing her from inside a skyscrapper window.
Los viajes de Gulliver (1983)
Famous scene referenced,
Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime: The Crackler (1984) (TV Episode)
tommy says the security man at the gambling house looks like the giant ape.
Zeg 'ns Aaa: Nachtmerries (1984) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned mentioned by Lydie to Hans
Voyage of the Rock Aliens (1984)
Dee Dee says it's not so weird that she fell in love with an alien since Fay Wray fell for King Kong.
Knight Rider: Halloween Knight (1984) (TV Episode)
Denise thinks Michael would make a great King Kong
Night Court: Bull Gets a Kid (1984) (TV Episode)
Harry says, "I think I now where that big ape is going." when he looks at a model of a building and then heads his way to the roof.
Godzilla 1985: The Legend Is Reborn (1984)
Godzilla's attack of the train. Also, the crowd that gathers around his seemingly dead body.
Webster: Be It Ever So Humble (1985) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by name.
The Goonies (1985)
When Chunk first hears Sloth's voice, he says that it "sounds like Kong."
American Flyers (1985)
"...King Kong's first cousin"
Muppet Babies: Piggy's Hyper-Activity Book (1985) (TV Episode)
King Kong climbs up the Empire State Building as a bellhop delivering Animal his Root Beer.
The Transformers: City of Steel (1985) (TV Episode)
When Devastator climbs the Empire State Building and grabs Optimus Prime, Wheeljack says that Devastator reminds him of "that big baboon" from the movie "King Kong".
Men... (1985)
When Julius wears the ape mask Stefan calls him 'King Kong'.
G.I. Joe: The Wrong Stuff (1985) (TV Episode)
Cobra Television changes the ending so that King Kong wins
Dead End (1985)
Several quotes from Robert Armstrong's character from original King Kong
Prehistoric Beast (1985) (Short)
The title comes from a line of dialogue in King Kong
Night Court: Monkey Business (1986) (TV Episode)
An orangutan appears in the courtroom and Mac tells a person over the phone "some clown tried to climb the Empire State Building again"; title is referenced
Lucas (1986)
Mentioned by Lucas at the movie theater
Deadtime Stories (1986)
Brian has a picture of King Kong in his room.
About Last Night... (1986)
Poster seen
Muppet Babies: Around the Nursery in 80 Days (1986) (TV Episode)
Animal imagines King Kong terrorizing the nursery.
Galaxy High School: It Came from Earth (1986) (TV Episode)
Doyle climbs the Empire state building
Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986)
Mentioned by Eugene
King Kong! The Living Legend (1986) (TV Movie)
Looks at making of that film
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987)
Chip refers to Ricky as "Kong" to Jennifer
La Bamba (1987)
Connie says, "I feel like I just got mauled by King Kong!"
Harry and the Hendersons (1987)
Referring to George Jr.'s drawing, George Sr. says that he "wanted King Kong."
The Puppetoon Movie (1987)
King Kong is among the many famous stop-motion characters paying tribute to George Pal.
Ghost Chase (1987)
House of Games (1987)
Character mentioned in dialogue.
The Real Ghost Busters: Adventures in Slime and Space (1987) (TV Episode)
When the giant Slimer grabs hold of Janine and heads for the Empire State Building à la Kong, Venkman says, "Where's Fay Wray when you need her?"
Muppet Babies: This Little Piggy Went to Hollywood (1987) (TV Episode)
Gonzo was going to write a letter to King Kong, but instead drew a picture of a banana since Kong was an ape.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredded & Splintered (1987) (TV Episode)
Krang's robot body fighting the blimp
Time of the Apes (1987) (TV Movie)
The Stay Awake (1987)
mentioned in dialogue
Pulse (1988)
Mentioned in a line of dialouge.
Vice Versa (1988)
Charlie confuses "King Kong" with Hong Kong.
The Wonder Years: Swingers (1988) (TV Episode)
Movie poster in Kevin's room
Red Scorpion (1988)
Dewey calls Nikolai King Kong
Scrooged (1988)
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988)
During the "underwear balloon" scene, a crew member can be seen wearing a shirt saying King Kong Lives.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gamera vs. Guiron (1989) (TV Episode)
Servo: "Now I know how Fay Wray feels."
The Wonder Years: Just Between Me and You and Kirk and Paul and Carla and Becky (1989) (TV Episode)
A poster can be seen at Kevin's room.
The Wonder Years: Hiroshima, Mon Frere (1989) (TV Episode)
A poster can be seen at Kevin's room.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Time of the Apes (1989) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Servo
Borders (1989) (TV Movie)
Briefly discussed by interviewee Robert Anton Wilson.
The Jim Henson Hour: The Ratings Game - Miss Piggy's Hollywood (1989) (TV Episode)
The backlot studio tour version of King Kong appears during Miss Piggy's visit to Universal Studios.
The Bite (1989)
a woman mentions King Kong
Bloodfist (1989)
Kwong is jokingly called 'King Kwong'
The Golden Girls: Sick and Tired: Part 1 (1989) (TV Episode)
The film is mentioned by name.
DuckTales: Attack of the Fifty-Foot Webby (1989) (TV Episode)
Webby fights the airplanes on top of a tall building
Muppet Babies: The New Adventures of Kermo Polo (1989) (TV Episode)
Gonzo portrays as King Kong instead of the Great Kahn.
Cleopatra D.C. (1989) (Video)
King Kong was mentioned once.
Chettu Kinda Pleader (1989)
Mentioned by Krishna Kumari
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Robot Monster (1990) (TV Episode)
Ro-man was refered to as a miniture version of King Kong.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Black Scorpion (1990) (TV Episode)
Joel: "He's the guy who brought to the screen such great science fiction creatures as King Kong and Mighty Joe Young."
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
When Kate Beringer (Phoebe Cates) come to get one of the new mogwai, he is sitting on top of a scale model building with a mobile of biplane hanging over him.
Og Must Be Crazy (1990)
One of the characters is a gorilla named Kong. They made mentioned King Kong in the movie.
Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Operation Kubiak (1990) (TV Episode)
Parker says that he needs "to unload 2,000 'King Kong Kubiac' t-shirts."
Tiny Toon Adventures: You Asked for It: Part 1 (1990) (TV Episode)
Plucky grows to a monstrous size and refers to himself as "Duck Kong."
Pee-wee's Playhouse: Playhouse Day (1990) (TV Episode)
The picture-phone backdrop Pee-wee uses features King Kong atop the Empire State Building, complete with planes flying around.
The Simpsons: Dead Putting Society (1990) (TV Episode)
One of the holes on the miniature golf course is modeled after King Kong.
Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Teacher, Teacher (1990) (TV Episode)
Kubiac and McDonald's fight is advertised as "King Kong vs. Godzilla" in the Santo Domingo school paper.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: King Dinosaur (1990) (TV Episode)
Tom: "'Twas beast killed the beast"
Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Citizen Kube (1991) (TV Episode)
The "Portraits of the Big & Wealthy" narrator refers to Larry as Larry "King Kong" Kubiac.
Parker Lewis Can't Lose: King Kube (1991) (TV Episode)
Title reference
Sweet Talker (1991)
Mentioned.
The Rocketeer (1991)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Time of the Apes (1991) (TV Episode)
Joel: "You'll wait for your King Kong with his inidigo print kerchief."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gamera vs. Gaos (1991) (TV Episode)
"He's no Fay Wray"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Amazing Colossal Man (1991) (TV Episode)
Joel: "When I play 'The King and I,' it's 'The King Kong and I.'"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: War of the Colossal Beast (1991) (TV Episode)
Tom: "'Twas beauty killed the beast."
The Complete Citizen Kane (1991) (TV Movie)
Mentioned by narrator.
Haunted-ween (1991)
Movie poster at frat party.
Fear in the Dark (1991) (TV Movie)
Poster art for this is shown.
In the Arms of a Killer (1992) (TV Movie)
"the other one plays King Kong with my face"
The Player (1992)
Dead Alive (1992)
The Rat Monkey is captured from Skull Island (where King Kong was from) and taken abroad, the expeditioners also are confronted by tribal local people who try to stop them.
Forever Knight: False Witness (1992) (TV Episode)
Nick and Natalie watch the film together.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Magic Sword (1992) (TV Episode)
Joel: Is she doing a Fay Wray or Jessica Lange?
Sailor Moon: Koisarete owarete! Runa no saiakuno hi (1992) (TV Episode)
Rhett Butler turns into a giant monster, grabs Luna and climbs a building
Clive Barker: The Art of Horror (1992) (Video)
Clive Barker mentions this and a poster is shown
The Wonder Years: Alice in Autoland (1993) (TV Episode)
Scenes are shown.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Bride of the Monster (1993) (TV Episode)
Crow: Twas Beauty confused the Beast.
Jack the Bear (1993)
A film poster can be seen in Jack's room.
Rugrats: Tooth or Dare/Party Animals (1993) (TV Episode)
Drew is a dressed like King Kong at the costume party
The Eight Immortals Restaurant: The Untold Story (1993)
a cop is called King Kong
Jurassic Park (1993)
Upon reaching the Jurassic Park gate, Dr. Ian Malcolm jokingly wonders if King Kong is inside.
Last Action Hero (1993)
Benedict suggests bringing King Kong into the real world
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Magic Voyage of Sinbad (1993) (TV Episode)
Tom: "Kong is coming!"
Lovejoy: Pig in a Poke (1993) (TV Episode)
Eric mentions a girl who had the ape tatooed on her derriere.
Red Dwarf: Psirens (1993) (TV Episode)
Reference to King Kong
Animaniacs: Hitchcock Opening/Hearts of Twilight/The Boids (1993) (TV Episode)
The WB studio tour the Warners see features a giant animatronic King Kong that eats cars.
Animaniacs: Useless Facts/The Senses/The World Can Wait/Kiki's Kitten (1993) (TV Episode)
Rita mentions King Kong and Fay Wray.
Saved by the Bell: The College Years: Teacher's Pet (1993) (TV Episode)
Screech mentions that he saw this movie.
Saved by the Bell: The College Years: Kelly and the Professor (1993) (TV Episode)
Screech mentions that he saw this movie.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)
The scene where Batman is attacked by minature planes in a minature city is a homage to the final scene in King Kong. There is even a minature building identical to the Empire State Building.
The Day Today: Stretchcast (1994) (TV Episode)
"Chris Paxam, like King Kong has made a monkey of himself" -then a man wearing a "King Hong Kong" badge and re-enacting the Empire State Building scene with drawings.
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: The Rival (1994) (TV Episode)
Perry: "The best we've got is your editor-in-chief hanging from the top of the World Trade Center in a gorilla outfit."
The Critic: Eyes on the Prize (1994) (TV Episode)
referenced in Jay's student film
Clean Slate (1994)
A King Kong poster is seen at the Santa Monica Pier.
Baby's Day Out (1994)
Eddie says "hey King Kong" to the big gorrilla
New Nightmare (1994)
Heather says "Every kid knows who Freddy is. He's like Santa Claus... or King Kong".
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Creeping Terror (1994) (TV Episode)
Crow: Twas Beauty fed the Beast.
ER: 24 Hours (1994) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Benton
Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge: Episode #1.3 (1994) (TV Episode)
One of Lawrence Knowles's nicknames is "King Kong".
Lovejoy: Fair Exchange (1994) (TV Episode)
The large J. Arthur Rank gong is referred to as "King Gong."
Radioland Murders (1994)
SPOILER: Max Applewhite (Stephen Tobolowsky) is shot off the top of the radio tower by an airplane in a fashion similar to how King Kong was shot off the top of the Empire State Building by an airplane. (Also, the planes in both films look identical.)
Cobb (1994)
Dialogue with banter about "the best king" early in the movie.
Funny Bones (1995)
When George Fawkes arrives in Blackpool he stands next to a model of the Blackpool tower and imitates King Kong.
The Critic: I Can't Believe It's a Clip Show (1995) (TV Episode)
referenced in Jay's student film
Congo (1995)
Meltdown (1995)
"I'm Kong. Eighth wonder of the world"
Kicking and Screaming (1995)
mentioned as a movie that features monkeys prominently
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Not, I Barbecue (1995) (TV Episode)
Will says to a big dude: "shouldn't you be climbing the Empire State Building?"
The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries: A Ticket to Crime (1995) (TV Episode)
When the detectives try to figure out how Ed McMuffin died some of the suggestions are "The airplanes got him" and "It was beauty that killed the beast".
The Making of 'Jurassic Park' (1995) (Video)
Mentioned by Steven Spielberg.
Homicide: Life on the Street: I've Got a Secret (1996) (TV Episode)
Mike refers to Peter Wolsky as "King Kong."
Sliders: Double Cross (1996) (TV Episode)
Commenting on the oversized bathrobe, Rembrandt quips to Monique, "Baby King Kong been sleepin' over?".
Crash Bandicoot (1996) (Video Game)
One of the bosses is Koala Kong
Wind at My Back: Moonshine Struck (1997) (TV Episode)
Grace mentions the movie by name and actress Fay Wray.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Deadly Mantis (1997) (TV Episode)
Crow: Should we take down that big ape on the Empire State Building while we're here?
Men Behaving Badly: Testing, Testing (1997) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned by Jamie
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
Ship transporting T. Rex is the S.S. Venture.
Hoodlum (1997)
a drink is named after this film
Caroline in the City: Caroline and the Free Cable (1997) (TV Episode)
Caroline calls Del "King Kong".
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Halloween (1997) (TV Episode)
Cordelia gets attacked by a "King Kong".
Wag the Dog (1997)
Dustin Hoffman referes to the Craig Nelson character by referring to Kong.
1st Annual Mystery Science Theater 3000 Summer Blockbuster Review (1997) (TV Short)
Bobo names it as a quality film.
Bucky's '70s Triple XXX Movie House Trailers Vol. 9 (1997) (Video)
The title is mentioned in the "Snow Balling" trailer.
Troldspejlet: Frankenstein and Me (1997) (TV Episode)
Forrest J Ackerman mentions the film during a guided tour through his Acker Mansion, a huge collection of sci-fi and monster memorabilia
The Harryhausen Chronicles (1998) (TV Movie)
Deep Rising (1998)
unseen monster crashing through the jungle on the volcanic island
Dawson's Creek: Kiss (1998) (TV Episode)
"It was Beauty that killed the Beast"
Boy Meets World: Torn between Two Lovers (Feeling Like a Fool) (1998) (TV Episode)
Mr Feeny refers to the film.
Lukas: Der Brieffreund (1998) (TV Episode)
Coco and Günther mention the movie.
My Giant (1998)
Phoenix (1998)
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Show No. 106 (1998) (TV Episode)
Although the footage used is from Konga, Ryan and Greg give Drew hints related to this movie in Newsflash.
Saturday Night Live: Lucy Lawless/Elliott Smith (1998) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Terrence Maddox)
Fast Track (1998) (Short)
Cult reference.
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Silent Movie (1999) (TV Episode)
Kong appears at the end of the episode with Fay Wray to give Sabrina another clue about the family secret.
One More Kiss (1999)
Empire State Building comment
New York: A Documentary Film (1999) (TV Series)
Beast Machines: Transformers: Revelations I: Discovery (1999) (TV Episode)
When the giant building collapses in the background, Optimus hangs from a building & tries to swat an aerodrone, similar to King Kong on the Empire State Building
RKO 281 (1999) (TV Movie)
The Simpsons: Faith Off (2000) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Krusty
Wind at My Back: All This and Heaven Too (2000) (TV Episode)
Pritchard mentions the movie by name.
Hey Arnold!: Monkeyman!/Buses, Bikes, and Subways (2000) (TV Episode)
When Gerald is telling the story of Monkeyman, it shows Monkeyman fighting off planes on top of the Empire State Building.
Twice in a Lifetime: The Trouble with Harry (2000) (TV Episode)
Harry mentions the title character.
Spider-Man (2000) (Video Game)
The American Nightmare (2000)
It is mentioned in a magazine.
Common Wealth (2000)
Phantom of the Megaplex (2000) (TV Movie)
Two monkies guarding the theater exits.
Back to the Black Lagoon: A Creature Chronicle (2000) (Video)
mentioned once
Now You See Him: The Invisible Man Revealed! (2000) (Video)
mentioned once
The Simpsons: HOMR (2001) (TV Episode)
Homer has a fantasy about being at the king kong show in new york from this movie where they show king kong on stage in chains.
Wind at My Back: Enter Eddie Jackson (2001) (TV Episode)
Rebecca mentions the title charcater by name.
The Simpsons: Simpson Safari (2001) (TV Episode)
The doctors monkey research is pictures of monkeys from famous movies, one is from King Kong.
Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker! (2001) (Video)
poster seen
Max Payne (2001) (Video Game)
There are several references to King Kong. A letter from Don Punchinello that Max Payne reads says that Jack Lupino "has a monkey the size of King Kong on his back". Also, throughout the game there are posters advertising "Kong Whiskey".
Biography: Jennifer Jones: Portrait of a Lady (2001) (TV Episode)
poster shown representing Selznick's achievements
The Making of 'Killer Klowns' (2001) (Video)
mentioned once
Training Day (2001)
'Mummy Returns' Visual and Special Effect Formations (2001) (Video)
Mentioned by John Berton
Friends: The One Where Rachel Tells... (2001) (TV Episode)
magna doodle picture
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Jackie Chan Adventures: Danger in the Deep Freeze (2001) (TV Episode)
Jade mentions this film as the reason why it be a bad idea to bring Dwayne to civilazation.
'Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty' - Making of the Hollywood Game (2002) (Video)
Hideo Kojima mentions the original King Kong film and its influences on MGS2's story.
Talk to Her (2002)
A poster is visible in Alicia's bedroom.
New York at the Movies (2002) (TV Movie)
Tytus, Romek i A'Tomek wsrod zlodziei marzen (2002)
A poster is seen on the wall
King of the Hill: Of Mice and Little Green Men (2002) (TV Episode)
There is an ice cream shop called "King Kone" that spoofs this film's name and imagery
Weakest link: Hitori gachi no hôsoku: Episode #1.1 (2002) (TV Episode)
Referenced by name.
Lilo & Stitch (2002)
The Powerpuff Girls (2002)
Mojo Jojo becomes a giant ape, grabs the girls and climbs a building.
Monk: Mr. Monk and the Candidate: Part 2 (2002) (TV Episode)
Stottlemeyer comment.
Frida (2002)
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Will Ferrell (2002) (TV Movie)
Mentioned in Art school skit
Justice League: Metamorphosis: Part II (2002) (TV Episode)
While climbing up the side of the building, Metamorpho quips, "what I wouldn't give for a couple of bi-planes right about now."
Xuxa and the Elves 2 (2002)
The giant troll raising Kira from the ground.
War of the Monsters (2003) (Video Game)
Congar
Da Ali G Show: Politics (2003) (TV Episode)
Ali mention "King Dong"
Kill the Poor (2003)
"Neon King Kong standin' on my back" (song lyrics)
After School Special (2003)
poster seen
Hulk (2003)
Tremors: The Sounds of Silence (2003) (TV Episode)
At the 19" mark, Larry tells Jodi he's always feel someplace else, like on Skull Island.
George of the Jungle 2 (2003) (Video)
"I thought King Kong was in black and white"
Red Passport (2003)
"They call him the King Kong of Washington Heights"
The Fairly OddParents: Where's Wanda/Imaginary Gary (2003) (TV Episode)
There's a "King Kong" stand at the movie nite.
Indiana Jones: Making the Trilogy (2003) (Video)
mentioned once
An Unfathomable Friendship (2003) (Video)
Mentioned as one of the films enjoyed by the young Ray Bradbury and Ray Harryhausen.
My Life as a Teenage Robot: Hostile Makeover/Grid Iron Glory (2003) (TV Episode)
One flash of the photo causes the Neanderthal-like Jenny to run amok just like the in the movie.
Ricky Gervais Live: Animals (2003) (Video)
Ricky talks about giant apes with a still from this film in the background. He describes bits of the film too.
Oldboy (2003)
Poster on the wall of character's room is that of the original "King Kong".
Something to Scream About (2003) (Video)
"Something to Scream About" is a documentary that references (and features) a wide variety of motion pictures as actresses discuss being in the B-Movie business.
À l'ombre de King Kong (2003) (TV Movie)
Main person was born on King Kong premiere's day and tells about her life being a fan of King Kong
Super Size Me (2004)
in one of the opening murals for a segment, Kong (w/ a Fay Wray look-alike in his hand) is seen stomping through suburbia along with Bob's Big Boy and Ronald McDonald
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
when doctor octopus climbs the buildings
Monk: Mr. Monk and the Panic Room (2004) (TV Episode)
During one scene, Captain Stottlemeyer sarcastically refers to Darwin the Chimp as "King Kong".
Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004)
the pet monkey is named "Kong"
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)
The opening scene in this film involves a zeppelin docking at the Empire State Building. In a New York Times article, he recalled the time when he saw a scene in King Kong with a mooring mast seen at the top of the building which is likely what inspired him for this scene. The ship which carried King Kong in the 1933 film can also be seen as a shipwreck in one scene.
Funky Monkey (2004)
The monkey climbs a model of the Empire State Building.
Veronica Mars: Credit Where Credit's Due (2004) (TV Episode)
"King Kong ain't got nothing on you"
The Incredibles (2004)
Train running into a tracks gap
Anonymous Rex (2004) (TV Movie)
"You were ready to take on King Kong."
QI: Bills (2004) (TV Episode)
King Kong mentioned
The Aviator (2004)
When Hughes is standing naked in his screening room, he shakes his fist at the screen and one of the aircraft in a dogfight explodes, bringing to mind King Kong's antics on the Empire State Building
Super Secret Movie Rules: Slashers (2004) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Dee Snider
Lights, Camera, Puffin! (2004) (Video)
This title is referenced.
Duck Dodgers: Deathmatch Duck/Deconstructing Dodgers (2005) (TV Episode)
During a montage, a shot of Dodgers in a dress is being carried out a window by a King Kong
The Simpsons: Midnight Rx (2005) (TV Episode)
King Kong appears in Homer's fantasy.
Brave New World (2005) (Video)
referenced to King Kong in the movie are pointed out
Film Geek (2005)
Video case is shown in a video store. Also, Scotty has a mini-poster in his apartment.
Robot Chicken: Plastic Buffet (2005) (TV Episode)
King Kong appears.
The Simpsons: Mobile Homer (2005) (TV Episode)
The RV dealer floats away with a King Kong balloon.
The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (2005)
The use of a giant stop-start animated monster is a reference to King Kong being a giant stop-start animated monster.
Reno 911!: The Prefect of Wanganui (2005) (TV Episode)
Movie is mentioned as Dangle and Kimball takes the prefect back to the airport
The Devil's Rejects (2005)
Billy Ray Snapper says to Wydell that when they attack the Firefly's it will be like King Kong attacking Skull Island.
The Werewolf Cult Chronicles: Vietnam 1969 (2005) (Video)
Skull bay is a variation of Skull Island.
I'm the Angel of Death: Pusher III (2005)
Milo calls Little Mohammed "King Kong of Copenhagen".
Domino (2005)
A character is refered to as King Kong
Veronica Mars: Cheatty Cheatty Bang Bang (2005) (TV Episode)
When her father beats his chest Veronica says: "Sit down, King Kong."
Jeopardy!: 2005 Back to School Week Game 3 (2005) (TV Episode)
still shown as part of clue in "Movie & TV Monsters" category
Boston Legal: Truly, Madly, Deeply (2005) (TV Episode)
Denise Bauer mentions the film and it's star Fay Wray in court during the bestiality case.
King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie (2005) (Video Game)
The shot of Kong falling from the Empire State Building is identical to the same shot in the 1933 film.
Shapeshifter (2005)
"I don't think these cuffs can take more of that King Kong shit"
King Kong (2005)
Set in 1933, year the original film was released. The "Ancient Proverb" cited by Carl at his premier was the opening caption of the original. Carl is told Fay Wray is doing a movie with RKO. Much of Ann's dialogue, and the final line, are quoted verbatim. Many shots are filmed the same way. One of the original gas bombs can be seen in the shot of the cage filled with chloroform. The score being played in the theatre when Kong is revealed is the score from the original, and the theatre dancers wear costumes similar to the island inhabitants' dress from the original. The Times Square billboards are identical.
Saturday Night Live: Alec Baldwin/Shakira (2005) (TV Episode)
Mentioned on the O'Reilly Factor
Peep Show: Quantocking (2005) (TV Episode)
Super Hans, suffering withdrawal symptoms, says he has a monkey on his back the size of King Kong.
The Mighty Boosh: A History (2005) (Video)
The stars talk about a stage show they worked in called "Moby Dick Vs. King Dong" and we see a poster, it spoofs this movie.
The Boondocks: Return of the King (2006) (TV Episode)
one of the 'other kings' (besides MLK) that is recognized
Dangerous Flowers (2006)
character name
The DiCaprio Code (2006) (Short)
poster seen
The O'Reilly Factor: Episode dated 2 February 2006 (2006) (TV Episode)
This film is mentioned.
Bus Kong (2006) (Short)
The bus climbs a building and is then shot down by planes
Doogal (2006)
when they reach skull island, dylan says "hey, looks just like the movie" refering to the movie king kong
Lost: Dave (2006) (TV Episode)
Hurley mentions (King) Kong as an obesity slur
Skull Island: A Natural History (2006) (Video)
The narrator talks of the crew who landed on Skull Island in 1933 - a reference to this film where a crew goes to Skull Island, this film is from 1933.
Wordplay (2006)
crossword puzzle hint: King Kong, e.g.
Doctor Who Confidential: The Writer's Tale (2006) (TV Episode)
Mark Gatiss mentions the film.
Wizard of Oz 3: Dorothy Goes to Hell (2006) (Short)
An image of King Kong on top of the Empire State Building was shown during the time paradox montage.
Entourage: One Day in the Valley (2006) (TV Episode)
Kong mentioned
Dennis Muren Interview (2006) (Video)
This film is mentioned by name.
Wild Seven (2006)
mentioned in dialogue
The Girls Next Door: Here's Looking at You, Hef (2006) (TV Episode)
poster in Bridget's bedroom
The Girls Next Door: Mutiny on the Booty (2006) (TV Episode)
Bridget's photo shoot is inspired by the film
Extras: Daniel Radcliffe (2006) (TV Episode)
The agent talks about how he could reach into a midget's house and grab him like in King Kong.
My Life as a Teenage Robot: The Puppet Bride/Histrionics (2006) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Tuck.
The Girls Next Door: Baby Talk (2006) (TV Episode)
poster in Bridget's room
Fatal Contact (2006)
"King Kong Cuff"
Hard Luck (2006) (Video)
"King Kong the block" (song lyrics)
Destroy All Humans! 2 (2006) (Video Game)
Crypto: "King Kong ain't got nothing on me!" Milenkov: "King Kong died, Cryptosporidium."
Werewolf in a Women's Prison (2006)
King Kong mentioned by name.
Weeds: Yeah, Like Tomatoes (2006) (TV Episode)
song lyrics mention King Kong
A Touch of Frost: Endangered Species (2006) (TV Episode)
Julie says she fell asleep watching it the night before.
Everybody Hates Chris: Everybody Hates Superstition (2006) (TV Episode)
Chris mentions King Kong failing to defeat the planes in his class presentation
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2006) (TV Movie)
Borat says his movie knocked King Kong off the top of the Kazakhstan box office, it being there since it was released in the 1930s; he implies it's the remake before saying it's the original
Norbit (2007)
Rasputia is called King Kong
Machine (2007)
someone is called King Kong
The Apprentice: Girls on Rollerskates (2007) (TV Episode)
King Kong ape shown
Grindhouse (2007)
Poster visible in taco bar
Have I Got News for You: Episode #33.2 (2007) (TV Episode)
Reference to King Kong
Half Past Dead 2 (2007) (Video)
"King Kong ain't got nothin' on me" (song lyrics)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)
Barbossa and crew recieves a chart to the mysterious Davy Jones Locker from Singapore much like Carl Denham recieves a chart to the mysterious Skull Island from Singapore
Entourage: Adios, Amigos (2007) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Shredderman Rules (2007) (TV Movie)
Bob Bixby mentions a giant monkey climbing up a tower and is seen doing so.
Lissi und der wilde Kaiser (2007)
At one point Yeti is on top of a building which makes him look a lot like King Kong.
QI: Espionage (2007) (TV Episode)
Mentioned during the Empire State Building question
Pushing Daisies: Girth (2007) (TV Episode)
Pinky McCoy refers to Emerson as the title ape.
Have I Got News for You: Episode #34.5 (2007) (TV Episode)
Referenced by name
Corner Gas: Buzz Driver (2007) (TV Episode)
Karen says Davis' shutting of the file cabinet drawer resembles the way Kong would do it.
'Hot Fuzz': The Fuzzball Rally (2007) (Video)
mentioned once
27 Dresses (2008)
In Kevin's article on Jane, he says that Tess is like a "Bridezilla, swatting at airplanes."
Cloverfield (2008)
still frames used (verified in end credits)
Jumper (2008)
David mentions King Kong while on the Empire State Building
In Treatment: Laura: Week Three (2008) (TV Episode)
Laura mentions the movie
Troldspejlet: Episode #39.6 (2008) (TV Episode)
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of D-War (2007)
Troldspejlet: Episode #39.8 (2008) (TV Episode)
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film his review of She (1935)
Drillbit Taylor (2008)
"Your so big, you fall down like King Kong" (rap lyrics)
Warbirds (2008) (TV Movie)
"Damned if I know. Looks like something out of King Kong."
Grand Theft Auto IV (2008) (Video Game)
When on the helicopter tour, at the Rotterdam Tower (based on the Empire State Building), the guide says "if I was that big chimp, I'd climb it too".
King Kong 75th Anniversary Tribute (2008) (Video)
Documentary subject
The Duchess in Hull (2008) (TV Movie)
Reference to King Kong
Getaway: Final Frontiers (2008) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Jason as being inspired by the komodo dragon.
Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs (2008) (Video)
old King Kong seen
The Longshots (2008)
"my King Kongs"
Californication: The Great Ashby (2008) (TV Episode)
"King Dong"
Cinematic Titanic: Legacy of Blood (2008) (Video)
Frank: Twas barrel that killed the beast
Supernatural: Monster Movie (2008) (TV Episode)
The shapeshifter says "It was beauty killed the beast" as he dies
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.46 (2008) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $100 question
Bolt (2008)
On the "Sovereign Entertainment" lot a giant ape hand passes by on a truck.
The Bold and the Beautiful: Episode #1.5446 (2008) (TV Episode)
Eric, looking at Halloween pictures: "Thorne is King Kong."
Strongbad_email.exe: Disc Six (2008) (Video)
In "Unnatural", given Bubs' giant size, the "King" in King Bubsgonzola Supreme likely alludes to King Kong
Being Human: Another Fine Mess (2009) (TV Episode)
Poster on the wall
Madea Goes to Jail (2009)
Leroy calls Madea a gangster and says "King Kong ain't got nothin on her,' a dual reference to King Kong and Training Day.
Psych: An Evening with Mr. Yang (2009) (TV Episode)
Gus mentions it.
Phineas and Ferb: Attack of the 50 Foot Sister/Backyard Aquarium (2009) (TV Episode)
50-foot-tall Candance climbs a skyscraper, carrying P.P. Oddball, who is wearing a gorilla suit.
Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder (2009) (Video)
One of the golf holes is a model of King Kong.
Being Human: Bad Moon Rising (2009) (TV Episode)
poster seen
Comedy Central Roast of Larry the Cable Guy (2009) (TV Movie)
mentioned as a joke
Lost: Namaste (2009) (TV Episode)
Sawyer calls Hurley "Kong"
Smallville: Turbulence (2009) (TV Episode)
Jimmy refers to Doomsday as the "King Kong of meteor freaks."
The Simpsons: Wedding for Disaster (2009) (TV Episode)
Maggie imagines Homer fighting with Marge as King Kong.
The Amazing Race: Gorilla? Gorilla? Gorilla? (2009) (TV Episode)
Mentioned numerous times during zoo challenge
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.137 (2009) (TV Episode)
Included in a $1,000 question
Up (2009)
When Charles Muntz presents the skeleton on stage.
Inglourious Basterds (2009)
'King Kong' is one of the card names in the La Louisiane guessing game.
The Angry Video Game Nerd: Mario Is Missing (2009) (TV Episode)
James references the 1933 movie.
The Ugly Truth (2009)
Mike dresses up as a gorilla and Jonah calls him King Kong
Funny People (2009)
inspiration for a commercial with a woman and a giant gorilla
Aliens in the Attic (2009)
When the two aliens become giants, they fight each other mimicing wrestling moves while one of the characters hangs from an electrical pipe. This mimics the scene when King Kong fights the t-rex while Ann Darrow is in the tree.
The Haunted World of El Superbeasto (2009)
King Kong's corpse is mentioned
Oblivion: The Series: Blueprint for Joy (2009) (TV Episode)
Joy's VO mentions Fay was named after Fay Wray and given the surname Darrow after Wray's character in King Kong.
Fame (2009)
poster seen
The Fairly OddParents: One Man Banned/Frenemy Mine (2009) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Cosmo when he was doing shadow pupets in Timmy's closet.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Monsters Crash the Pajama Party (2009) (TV Episode)
A King Kong on stage ad was shown.
Family Guy: Hannah Banana (2009) (TV Episode)
Stewie repeats the closing lines of the film
Jeopardy!: 2009 Teen Tournament Finals: Game 2 (2009) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "This Fall in Entertainment"
SNL Presents: A Very Gilly Christmas (2009) (TV Movie)
Seen on a theater marquee in the first "TV Funhouse" segment
A Night at the Movies: The Gigantic World of Epics (2009) (TV Movie)
Rudy Behlmer mentions that sets from King Kong were destroyed in the "burning of Atlanta" scene in Gone with the Wind
The Lost Skeleton Returns Again (2009)
Carl Denham's line "something from the dinosaur family" is tweaked into Jungle Brad's "something from the monster family."
Ugly Betty: The Passion of the Betty (2010) (TV Episode)
At the gallery, Betty mentions a painting where she is climbing the Empire State Building, holding Matt in her "hairy hand" - just like King Kong.
Being Human: Cure and Contagion (2010) (TV Episode)
Poster in the house
DC Showcase: The Spectre (2010) (Video)
an animatronic version of king kong comes to life to kill the fx guy
Jeopardy!: Episode #26.128 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "'K' Rations"
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Zillo Beast Strikes Back (2010) (TV Episode)
The Zillo Beast taken into civilization, escalating into it's escape, rampage, and ultimately death matches the events of King Kong.
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (2010) (Video)
Heather Langenkamp mentions it.
Jeopardy!: Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational Semifinal 3 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of the Final Jeopardy! clue in the category "Movie History"
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.151 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $2,000 question
Deadliest Catch: Arctic Quest (2010) (TV Episode)
Nick mentions the movie when talking about an island shrouded in fog
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.157 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $12,500 question
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.160 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $5,000 question
Toy Story 3 (2010)
The shot of Big Baby reaching for Andy's toys over the edge of the sandbox resembles Kong reaching for Jack Driscoll over the cliffside.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010)
Dave's drawing on bus window alludes to Kong on top of the Empire State Building
RiffTrax Live: Reefer Madness (2010)
"Ah great, King Kong is out loose again".
Bad Movie Beatdown: D-War (2010) (TV Episode)
"where we have a King Kong moment" as a helicopter shoots at a dragon atop a high building
Saturday Night Live: Bryan Cranston/Kanye West (2010) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Emmanuel Rahm (Andy Samberg) in the cold opening
The Simpsons: Loan-a Lisa (2010) (TV Episode)
King Thong store
Terriers: Missing Persons (2010) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
Conan: Fa-La-La-La-La, La-La-La-Murder (2010) (TV Episode)
Conan O'Brien mentions the main character, Kong, during a sketch that was video taped
Conan: A Quantum of Kwanzaa (2010) (TV Episode)
Conan O'Brien mentions the character Kong in this movie
Conan: The Mistletoe Manifesto (2010) (TV Episode)
Andy Ritcher mentions and a group of carolers sang the tune to the song "Old McDonald Had a Farm" and mentioned the character Kong in this movie
Cine catastrófico (2010)
picture shown
LittleBigPlanet 2 (2011) (Video Game)
The Kling Klong boss level is a take on the name of this movie.
Conan: Damn the Torpedoes, Full Greed Ahead (2011) (TV Episode)
During the opening credits, King Kong is seen atop a building with airplanes circling him
Southland: Cop or Not (2011) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
Bob's Burgers: Sheesh! Cab, Bob? (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Justified: The Life Inside (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Mad Love: The Kate Gatsby (2011) (TV Episode)
Ben first gets a vintage King Kong poster as birthday present for Kate.
Camel Spiders (2011)
seen in poster at drive-in
Rio (2011)
Pedro calls one of the marmosets Little King Kong as an insult.
Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011)
mentioned in dialogue
Scream 4 (2011)
Poster on the classroom wall.
Mirrorman (2011) (Short)
Poster above Aron's bed.
Saturday Night Live: Justin Timberlake/Lady Gaga (2011) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Seth on Weekend Update
Friends with Benefits (2011)
Jamie mentions it when asking about Empire State Building
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011)
The roof that Caesar climbs onto at the San Bruno Primate Preserve is identical to the atrium on the King Kong movie poster.
Contagion (2011)
mentioned in dialogue
Mad: Pirates of the Pair of Tweens/Konan the Kardashian (2011) (TV Episode)
The kid in the "Do-Over Button" skit wrote King Kong instead of King George on his test.
Top Cat: The Movie (2011)
The gorilla wrecks havoc in New York City.
An Idiot Abroad: Swim with Dolphins (2011) (TV Episode)
Karl mentions the title character climbing the Empire State Building.
Hawaii Five-0: Ka Hakaka Maika'i (2011) (TV Episode)
Danny says Boriero is built like King Kong
Return to Jurassic Park: Dawn of a New Era (2011) (Video)
Mentioned by Steven Spielberg.
Return to Jurassic Park: Making Prehistory (2011) (Video)
Mentioned by Steven Spielberg.
Mad: Demise of the Planet of the Apes/The Celebrity Ape-rentice (2011) (TV Episode)
Donkey Kong calls his brother King Kong to get even with Donald Chimp.
The Impossible Place (2011)
Bernard uses the story of King Kong to make his plans for Aurelia
The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
King Kong can be seen in one of the elevators
The Avengers (2012)
The shot of Hulk on top of Empire State Building
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
Frank sings "Whatever happened to Fay Wray?" and the audience chants "She went apeshit!"
Saturday Night Live: Joseph Gordon-Levitt/Mumford & Sons (2012) (TV Episode)
Referenced in one of the "Tres Equis" ads
How I Met Your Mother: The Final Page: Part Two (2012) (TV Episode)
Ted talks about the title character.
Nostalgia Critic: Suburban Knights: DVD (2013) (TV Episode)
Joe - "King Kong ain't got nothing on me!"
Oz the Great and Powerful (2013)
Glinda is tied up like Ann is before she meets King Kong
The Simpsons: Black-Eyed, Please (2013) (TV Episode)
seen in opening
Rewind This! (2013)
Video case is shown.
Particka: Episode #5.3 (2013) (TV Episode)
In "Characters in envelope" skit, Michal impersonates King Kong.
Big Ass Spider! (2013)
Giant spider on top of building falls off like Kong
Oblivion (2013)
Several of Jack's flashbacks and visits involve the Empire State Building gift shop and a stuffed Kong doll.
Tell 'Em Steve-Dave Puppet Theatre (2013)
Reference is made to Walt's comic-selling prowess making "King Kong" look like just another ape.
Parks and Recreation: Swing Vote (2013) (TV Episode)
Leslie says, "'Twas Leslie killed the beast."
Safe and Sound Video Remix (2013) (Video)
Footage Shown
La última película (2013)
Scenes are homage
Dick Figures: The Movie (2013)
Red says "I'm like King Kong", while climbing the Eiffel Tower to fetch the blade of the sword at the top of the tower.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Shawn Johnson (2013) (TV Episode)
Referenced in "Sideways Scene"
Frozen (2013)
Cliff scene where the hero and heroine are climbing down on a rope to get away from the snow monster, while the beast proceeds to pull them back up. Eventually both fall. It is similar to the scene in King Kong (1933), with Ann Darrow and Jack Driscoll.
Saturday Night Live: Lady Gaga (2013) (TV Episode)
Referenced in the "Spotlightz!" sketch
The Angry Video Game Nerd: AVGN Games (2013) (TV Episode)
King Kong appears in the one of the fan artworks.
The Big Bang Theory: The Occupation Recalibration (2014) (TV Episode)
Raj says that Bert would climb the Empire State Building and swat at planes.
Psych: S.E.I.Z.E. The Day (2014) (TV Episode)
V-Mac describes the person who shot him as "the King Kong of losers."
James & Mike Mondays: Universal Studios Theme Park Adventure: Part 1 (2014) (TV Episode)
A picture of James posing in front of King Kong at Universal Studios was shown.
The Simpsons: Diggs (2014) (TV Episode)
Written on cast
Matzav Ha'Uma: Episode #7.12 (2014) (TV Episode)
Guri says that after the Orthodox demonstration in New York, where is King Kong when we need him?
Foxy & Co.: Pilot (2014) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned
Main Tera Hero (2014)
Mentioned in dialogue
TCM: Twenty Classic Moments (2014) (TV Movie)
mentioned, still shown
Deadliest Catch: Legend of the Northwestern (2014) (TV Movie)
Sig equates seeing the cliffs around Dutch Harbor to a King Kong movie
Godzilla (2014)
Godzilla forces the female MUTO's mouth open similar to King Kong doing the same to the T-Rex
Troldspejlet: Episode #51.18 (2014) (TV Episode)
Jakob Stegelmann looks at Japanese kaiju film monsters
Kill Your Killer (2014)
Mandrake proclaims "Holy mackerel, what a show" whilst peering through a bush at the plantation mansion, exactly as Carl Denham did when seeing the natives on Skull Island for the first time.
The Critic: Episode #1.8 (TV Episode)
Jay and Jennifer see King Kong while atop the Empire State Building

Featured in 

Movies Are Adventure (1948) (Short)
Kong close-up; Kong atop Empire State Building
Morgan! (1966)
The Movie Orgy (1968)
Clips of Kong atop the Empire State Building
Hollywood: The Selznick Years (1969) (TV Movie)
Empire State Building footage with Kong.
Brother Can You Spare a Dime (1975)
Film clip of Kong wrecking the subway
Edgar Wallace: The Man Who Made His Name (1976) (TV Movie)
extract used
The Horror Show (1979) (TV Movie)
Clipes are featured.
SPFX: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) (TV Movie)
scenes are featured in this special effects special
Bingo Bongo (1982)
Let's Do It! (1982)
Classic Creatures: Return of the Jedi (1983) (TV Movie)
This film is featured among many other monster classic
The 57th Annual Academy Awards (1985) (TV Special)
Elvis kissan jäljillä (1987)
clips shown
Hollywood the Golden Years: The RKO Story (1987) (TV Series)
Scenes from this film are shown.
Le cauchemar de Méliès (1988) (Short)
An insert is shown of the big ape on the NY Empire State.
The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind (1988) (TV Movie)
a Kong clip is superimposed on the burning RKO back lot gate
King Kong 60th Anniversary Special: 'It Was Beauty Killed the Beast' (1992) (Video)
Clips from this film are seen in this documentary
Comic Relief: The Invasion of the Comic Tomatoes (1993) (TV Special)
Clip used in Attack of the Comic Tomato bumper (with tomatoes superimposed over it)
Dinosaur Movies (1993) (Video)
trailer shown
The Scout (1994)
100 Years at the Movies (1994) (TV Movie)
Three Wishes (1995)
Two Bits (1995)
The Making of 'Jurassic Park' (1995) (Video)
A clip is shown.
Ed (1996)
100 Years of Horror: Scream Queens (1996) (Video)
clips
Monster Mania (1997) (TV Movie)
Film clips included
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies (1998) (TV Special)
This film is #43 on the list.
Universal Horror (1998) (TV Movie)
Glorious Technicolor (1998) (TV Movie)
Clips shown
Troldspejlet: Troldspejlet Special: Stop Motion (1999) (TV Episode)
Jakob Steggelmann mentions the film + clip shown
The Cider House Rules (1999)
The film is shown to the kids several times on their movie night.
Troldspejlet: Episode #24.12 (2000) (TV Episode)
VHS/DVD release reviewed + footage used
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies (2001) (TV Special)
This film is #12 on the list.
Troldspejlet: Troldspejlet Special: Halloween (2001) (TV Episode)
DVD release reviewed + footage used
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
Frida (2002)
SexTV: Dark Desires: Sexuality in the Horror Film (2003) (TV Episode)
Clips from movie used in episode.
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Tracy Morgan (2004) (Video)
features in the King Kong: directors cut skit
Munky Cheez: Episode #1.3 (2004) (TV Episode)
Clips of the movie were shown.
The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005) (TV Special)
Shown during the In Memoriam tribute (Fay Wray)
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes: America's Greatest Quips, Comebacks and Catchphrases (2005) (TV Special)
The quote "Oh, no, it wasn't the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast." is #84 on the list.
SexTV: Monstrous Desires: Sexuality and Horror/A Moment with... David Cronenberg (2005) (TV Episode)
Clip from film is used in this episode.
The Sci-Fi Boys (2006)
Footage of the film was shown greatly and praised for it's importance to Science Fiction.
Troldspejlet: Episode #35.15 (2006) (TV Episode)
DVD release reviewed + footage used
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: 10th Anniversary Edition (2007) (TV Movie)
This film is #41 on the list.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (2007) (TV Episode)
A brief clip from this movie is shown
Monsterquest: Russia's Killer Apemen (2008) (TV Episode)
clips shown
AFI's 10 Top 10: America's 10 Greatest Films in 10 Classic Genres (2008) (TV Movie)
This film is #4 on the "Fantasy" list.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: King Kong Vs. Godzilla (2008) (TV Episode)
Clips of this movie were shown.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Godzilla Vs. the Sea Monster (2008) (TV Episode)
Clips of the movie were shown when James mentioned that Kong was meant to fight Ebirah and not Godzilla.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: King Kong (2009) (TV Episode)
movie is reviewed
Troldspejlet: Episode #42.9 (2009) (TV Episode)
Jakob Stegelmann looks at the many references to classic sci-fi and monster b-movies in Monsters vs. Aliens (2009) + clip shown
42nd Street Forever, Volume 5: The Alamo Drafthouse Edition (2009) (Video)
A clip of this film is featured in the U.S. theatrical trailer for 'Let's Do It!'.
Coming Attractions: The History of the Movie Trailer (2009)
Part or all of the trailer is shown and discussed.
20 to 1: Adults Only 20 to 1: Movie Monsters (2010) (TV Episode)
Clips shown in a segment on its title monster.
Great Movie Mistakes (2010) (TV Movie)
Clips of mistakes shown
Top 10 Lost Horror Films (2010) (Video)
Clips of the movie were shown.
Blob Town (2010)
film clips are shown in this documentary
Hollywood's Top Ten: You're an Animal (2011) (TV Episode)
#4
German Grusel - Die Edgar Wallace-Serie (2011) (TV Movie)
Footage of this movie is shown.
Hollywood's Top Ten: Scream Queens (2011) (TV Episode)
Footage shown as an honorable mention
Side by Side (2012)
King Kong on top of Empire State building
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Q: The Winged Serpent (2012) (TV Episode)
mentioned in relation to Q
Casablanca: An Unlikely Classic (2012) (Video)
Clips.
Timeshift: A Day at the Zoo (2013) (TV Episode)
excerpts shown
Troldspejlet: Troldspejlet julespecial (2013) (TV Episode)
Peter Jackson mentions the film + clip shown
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (2014) (TV Episode)
also animated by Ray Harryhausen
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Murders in the Rue Morgue (2014) (TV Episode)
another movie where an ape carries a girl
The Moviemakers: The Films of Frank Capra (TV Episode)
Brief clip showing Kong

Spoofed in 

I Like Mountain Music (1933) (Short)
one of the ads that comes to life depicts a gorilla identified as the "mighty movie monster" but named "Ping Pong"
King Klunk (1933) (Short)
The cartoon is a parody of the adventure film: it begins in the jungle and ends with the giant ape falling from a tall building.
The Pet Store (1933) (Short)
Hollywood Party (1934)
"Kong", a man in an ape suit, is a party guest
Goofy Groceries (1941) (Short)
Woton's Wake (1962) (Short)
End of film
The Flintstones: Son of Rockzilla (1964) (TV Episode)
Arnold the newspaper boy says to Fred in the monster suit, "Who are you trying to be Queen Kong?"
The Addams Family: Morticia Joins the Ladies League (1964) (TV Episode)
Gorgo's close similarity in appearance to Kong, his escaping and appearing at Pugsley's window, etc.
Wacky Races: The Baja-Ha-Ha Race/Real Gone Ape (1968) (TV Episode)
The giant ape King Klong is a parody of the famous giant ape. Also the Fay Wray and airplane climax gets spoofed.
Get Smart: The Apes of Rath (1969) (TV Episode)
The climatic rooftop scene, concluding with Max saying, "No, 99, 'twas beauty who killed the beast."
The Goodies: Kitten Kong (1971) (TV Episode)
Twinkle climbs the GPO Tower.
The Goodies: Special: Kitten Kong - Montreux '72 (1972) (TV Episode)
Twinkle climbs the GPO Tower.
Schlock (1973)
It ends with the same quote: it was beauty who killed the beast!
Flesh Gordon (1974)
Down and Dirty Duck (1974)
After being rejected by a girl at the bus stop, Willard turns into a giant animated charicture of King Kong, grabs her, and climbs up the Empire State Building, just like in the 1933 film of the same name.
The Strongest Man in the World (1975)
In the opening credits, they show a Giant Ape on a tall building that falls off due to airplanes harrassing it and then the strong boy catches the ape and it smiles.
The Sonny and Cher Show: Episode #1.11 (1976) (TV Episode)
spoofed during the Sonnytone news
The Sonny and Cher Show: Episode #2.1 (1976) (TV Episode)
spoofed in 'Beauty and the Beast' skit
The Kids from C.A.P.E.R.: King Cone (1976) (TV Episode)
The ape is holding an ice-cream cone on top of an ice-cream truck drumming his chest.
The Sonny and Cher Show: Episode #2.6 (1976) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in 'Beauty and the Beast' skit
Queen Kong (1976)
The Sonny and Cher Show: Episode #2.17 (1977) (TV Episode)
spoofed in the Beauty and the beast sketch
The Sonny and Cher Show: Episode #2.20 (1977) (TV Episode)
Spoofed during the Sonnytone News
Saturday Night Live: Deborah Harry/Funky 4 + 1 More (1981) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in 'King Kong syndrome' skit
Donkey Kong (1981) (Video Game)
The Smurfs: The Abominable Snowbeast/Gargamel, the Generous (1981) (TV Episode)
Many scenes parody the old horror classic. Apart from the love between Smurfette and the Snowbeast, the creature protecters her from an ice-spider, which is is similar to the serpentine Elasmosaur scene, except instead beating him up, he scolds at the little critter and throws him away. Also the yeti, while holding on to Smurfette climbs up an icicle.
National Lampoon's Movie Madness (1982)
Caricatures shown in opening credits and between segments
The Comic Strip Presents...: Bad News Tour (1983) (TV Episode)
A large poster of the panoramic shot of Kong over New York's skyline has the wording Kling Klong across it in the Manager's office at the Roxy.
Congo Bongo (1983) (Video Game)
Lost on Adventure Island (1984) (Video)
parody of King Kong
Wuzzles: Hooray for Hollywuz (1985) (TV Episode)
The play being performed is King Konkey.
Monster in the Closet (1986)
"It wasn't the closet. It was Beauty that killed the beast."
Rampage (1986) (Video Game)
Player is large monkey, aim of game is to smash buildings
ALF: Take a Look at Me Now (1987) (TV Episode)
Raquel says that ALF looks like King Kong.
DuckTales: Ducky Horror Picture Show (1987) (TV Episode)
Ping-pong-playing Ping-Kong crashes the monster party.
Garfield and Friends: Nighty Nightmare/U.S. Acres: Banana Nose/Ode to Odie (1988) (TV Episode)
The fat Garfield climbs up the building and eats planes.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
A mogwai plays on a model of the empire state building and pretends to be king kong.
The Simpsons: Bart Gets an F (1990) (TV Episode)
Bart and Homer watch "Gorilla the Conquerer," a Kong knockoff.
Tiny Toon Adventures: Rainy Daze (1990) (TV Episode)
When Babs is being sacrificed to the jungle giant. She says the name of the beast Tiki Taki. Even the gate scene is spoofing it.
Class of Nuke 'Em High Part II: Subhumanoid Meltdown (1991)
The giant mutant squirrel picks up a woman
Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work (1991) (Video Game)
One of the commercial signs at LA airport is about the film "King Dong".
The Simpsons: Bart's Nightmare (1992) (Video Game)
Homer Kong
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror III (1992) (TV Episode)
The King Homer segment is a spoof of King Kong right down to being black & white
Here Comes the Cat! (1992) (Short)
cat acts out King Kong
Rocko's Modern Life: Cabin Fever/Rinse and Spit (1993) (TV Episode)
In Rinse and Spit Rocko's tooth mutates into a giant and goes on a rampage, and after Philburt manages to kill it by knocking it off a building Dr. Hutchinson says "Well the hook killed him" and Philburt replies "No it twas tartar that killed the beast".
The Simpsons: Boy Scoutz 'n the Hood (1993) (TV Episode)
A viderogame Bart plays spoofs this movie's final scenes of Kong climbing the empire state building and being shot down by planes.
Runaway Brain (1995) (Short)
Julius the giant and jumping around on the roof tops at the end.
Dexter's Laboratory: Dee Dee's Room/Dial M for Monkey: Huntor/The Big Sister (1996) (TV Episode)
The way Dee Dee grabs the man is spoofing the way Kong grabbed Ann during his New York rampage.
Kazaam (1996)
Shaq wears a ape mask an he screams at some toy airplanes like King Kong.
Earthworm Jim: Peanut of the Apes (1996) (TV Episode)
Earthworm Jim and Peter Puppy persue one of the ape people on a fighter plane while he attempts to climb the Empire State Building.
Discworld II: Mortality Bytes! (1996) (Video Game)
The ending features a giant woman climbing up a tall building with an ape in her hand
Larry-Boy! And the Fib from Outer Space! (1997) (Video)
The Fib carries Junior Asparagus to the top of a water tower for the story's climax.
Very Important Pennis: Very Important Pennis: Part 3 (1997) (TV Episode)
On top of the Empire State Building Dennis homages this film with a barbie doll.
Cow and Chicken: Bad Chicken/Stay Awake (1998) (TV Episode)
The hyper Chicken climbs up the Empire State Building and Supercow comes to the rescue on an airplane where she squirts warm milk and fattens up Chicken and falls to the ground.
South Park: Rainforest Shmainforest (1999) (TV Episode)
The tribe that kidnap the kids and the choir teacher tie her up in a way identical to the woman in King Kong, a giant King Kong-like monster then appears from behind the bushes in an almost identical shot-for-shot re-enacting of the scene where the woman is offered up to Kong in sacrafice.
The Simpsons: Monty Can't Buy Me Love (1999) (TV Episode)
Monty holds The Loch Ness Monster with chains on its arms and the Paparazzi take photos identically like King Kong but instead of hating the paparazi taking photos like Kong did the Loch Ness loves it and poses for them
Johnny Bravo: Johnny and the Beanstalk/A Boy and His Bird/Ape Is Enough (1999) (TV Episode)
The segment "Ape is Enough" is a spoof of this movie.
The Simpsons: Night of the Living Treehouse of Horror (2001) (Video Game)
King Homer appears once again
Courage the Cowardly Dog: Serpent of Evil River/The Transplant (2001) (TV Episode)
Eustace as a monster kangaroo grabs Muriel and takes her up to the Eiffel Tower like the giant ape does with Ann Darrow.
Frida (2002)
One scene in New York is a spoof of the famous Empire State Building sequnece from King Kong.
Saturday Night Live: Salma Hayek/Christina Aguilera (2003) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in King Kong skit
Silver Scream (2003) (Video)
the ape appearance
George of the Jungle 2 (2003) (Video)
ape was hanging off the Las Vegas version of the Empire State Building with a helicopter flying over him, characters even commented that it was just like "King Kong"
The Powerpuff Girls: Toast of the Town/Divide and Conquer (2003) (TV Episode)
When the Mayor is big, he runs into a train and yammers about. Where in the movie, the ape smashes it. Also like the movie, he grabs the girl and climbs the tall building.
Monster Island (2004) (TV Movie)
There is a scene which spoofs the fight Kong Vs T-Rex in "King Kong".
Codename: Kids Next Door: Operation H.U.G.S./Operation J.E.W.E.L.S. (2004) (TV Episode)
In "Operation: H.U.G.S.", many scenes with the giant Rainbow Monkey spoof those in this movie
The Fairly OddParents: Masked Magician, The/The Big Bash (2005) (TV Episode)
Timmy wishes himself to 1933 (the year of this movie's release) and fights King Kong at the Empire State building in a bi-plane.
Robot Chicken: Nutcracker Sweet (2005) (TV Episode)
An airplane flies into the groin of a giant ape on top of the Empire State Building.
Robot Chicken: Atta Toy (2005) (TV Episode)
man points out plot holes in the movie that come true
The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)
Monster climbs tower holding girl, chased by planes
Chicken Little (2005)
Fish acts out the final battle between Kong and the airplanes, falling dead from a model of the Empire State Building. Runt says the famous "It was beauty killed the beast."
The King of Queens: Move Doubt (2005) (TV Episode)
Doug climbs a light pole while the neighbor kids buzz him with remote controlled airplanes.
The DiCaprio Code (2006) (Short)
Tom re-enacts the Empire State Building scene as Kong
Curious George (2006)
when George is playing with the projector in the back of the truck his image is very large and while swatting at a bug he's projected on top of a building while a plane passes by spoofing king kong on top of the empire state building swatting a plane
Berndivent: King Brot (2006) (TV Episode)
The character King Brot is a parody of King Kong, also the storyline follows that of the King Kong-movie
Kinky Kong (2006) (Video)
The film is a comic porno version of "King Kong".
The Simpsons: Jazzy & The Pussycats (2006) (TV Episode)
Opening couch sequence spoofs King Kong with Homer (as an ape) taking Marge to the top of a tall building, etc...
Bo! in the USA (2006) (TV Series)
The opening sequence sees the bear climbing the Empire State Building and being shot at by biplanes in an old-film style and black and white.
The Simpsons: Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times (2007) (TV Episode)
In the last segment, a King Kong-like gorilla can be seen on a skyscraper.
Robot Chicken: Squaw Bury Shortcake (2007) (TV Episode)
King Kong throws shit at Godzilla.
Enchanted (2007)
Dragon fight at the end of the film from the top of the Empire State Building.
Jackass 2.5 (2007) (Video)
stunt spoofing film
Be Kind Rewind (2008)
It is one of the "sweded" movies. Also, video case is shown.
Jellyscream! (2008)
The line "twas beauty killed the beast" is referenced.
American Dad!: Pulling Double Booty (2008) (TV Episode)
Hayley climbs a miniature building with a blonde doll in her hand
Robot Chicken: Help Me (2008) (TV Episode)
As part of "Just the Good Parts"
Robot Chicken: I Love Her (2009) (TV Episode)
King Kong fails to look where he's jumping
Evil Bong II: King Bong (2009)
parody characters: the Poontang Tribe and King Bong
The Penguins of Madagascar: Otter Gone Wild (2009) (TV Episode)
Savage Marlene carries Julien to the top of an obelisk while the penguins attack her on model airplanes.
Family Guy: Hannah Banana (2009) (TV Episode)
Peter and Quagmire shoot Miley Cyrus off a skyscraper using a biplane.
VeggieTales: Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Noah's Umbrella (2009) (Video)
A poster in the villain's lair spoofs this movie. "The Gobbler" shows a giant turkey climbing the Empire State Building.
How I Met Your Mother: Zoo or False (2010) (TV Episode)
[Spoiler] The monkey gets loose, grabs a doll, climbs the model Empire State Building and has paper airplanes thrown at it.
VeggieTales: Sweetpea Beauty (2010) (TV Movie)
The climax is heavily dependent on King Kong.
The Simpsons: How Munched Is That Birdie in the Window? (2010) (TV Episode)
In the opening sequence, Homer appears as King Kong.
All Over the Place: Camels, Cones and Racing Mascots! (2011) (TV Episode)
King Kone segment
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Secret of My Excess (2011) (TV Episode)
The way giant-dragon Spike looks through and reaches through Rarity's bedroom window is a match shot of the way King Kong reached through the window for Ann Darrow. Additionally, the Wonderbolts swarm giant Spike like air force planes.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (2011)
The log-bridge scene imitates the infamous log-bridge scene in King Kong.
The Simpsons: A Tree Grows in Springfield (2012) (TV Episode)
spoofed in Logomania
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange: King Coco (2013) (TV Episode)
Half of the episode spoofs the old RKO monster classic.
T.U.F.F. Puppy: Barking Tall/Bad Eggs (2013) (TV Episode)
When Bird Brain is on top of the building swatting biplanes like the giant ape in the movie.
The New 3 Stooges: Queen Quong (TV Episode)
The whole cartoon is a spoof of it.

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