Effects artist Marcel Delgado, who created King Kong in 1933, created the gorilla suit for 'The Perils Pauline'. He was working at Don Post Studios, an organization known for making costumes like gorilla suits. The suit was originally created as a white gorilla, but a last-minute change meant that the white costume needed to be re-colored a dark brown. Since the costume's synthetic yak hair could not simply be dyed, the suit was sprayed with a vinyl-based paint. See more »
i haven't seen this movie since i was a child, my mother told me it was good, and she was right. the only problem, they never ever show it. i would like any info on how to purchase a copy, if any exist. or if there's going to be an airing on a channel sometime in "my" near future. i can still hear my mom, singing with pat Boone! ". where oh' where is my pretty Pauline". i really hope they air it again, my children would love it as well. another scene i can visualize from the movie was , Pat Boone, rowing, a block of ice with Pamela frozen in it. singing something i'm sure. I had purchased the 1947 version of this movie, but, it did little to remind me of the 1967 version.
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