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UFOs are seen around Tokyo. Because they look like giant starfish the aliens cannot approach us without creating panic. Hence one of them sacrifices itself and takes the form of a popular ... See full summary »
A group of mad scientists travel to Kong Island where they implant receptors into the brains of gorillas planning to create a gorilla war for world domination. Out to break a few heads is a descendant of King Kong. Written by
Ray Hamel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Although the U.S. version was promoted under the title "King of Kong Island", the on screen title reads simply "Kong Island". See more »
[to Burt Dawson]
You're an excellent specimen of the human race - strong, clever, brave. That's why I've chosen you for my first experiment on a human being. You'll have the honor of being the first man to become my slave.
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One of the Best Movie Posters I've Ever Seen For a BAD Movie
"What Would a Woman Do to Survive?" asks the box art caption to Kong Island. A naked woman tries to cover her naughty bits with a deadly boa constrictor while a lustful King Kong attempts to peel the snake away. It's a wonderfully trashy piece of work that has nothing whatsoever to do with this dreadful 1968 exploitation pic. Former The Fury of Hercules actor Brad Harris stars as a mercenary working out of Kenya to stop a mad scientist using transmitters implanted into gorillas to control their primitive minds. There's a sub plot involving a woman named Eva who's been living in the jungle like a female Tarzan although the camera spends more time caressing the muscular Brad Harris who also served as producer.
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