History Film / KingKongLives

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A sequel to the 1976 remake of ''Film/KingKong'', released in 1986. It was directed by John Guillermin and produced by Creator/DinoDeLaurentiis.

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A sequel to the 1976 remake of ''Film/KingKong'', ''[[Film/KingKong1976 King Kong]]'', released in 1986. It was directed by John Guillermin and produced by Creator/DinoDeLaurentiis.



The film was savaged by critics upon its release, and flopped at the box office.

There was also two Japan-only {{licensed game}}s based on it, both released by {{Konami}}.

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The film was savaged by critics upon its release, and flopped at the box office.

There was also two Japan-only {{licensed game}}s based on it, both released by {{Konami}}.Creator/{{Konami}}.


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24th Aug '14 4:07:21 AM Maniago
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* BullyingADragon: after a group of hunters manages to trap Kong, they immmediately begin to mock and taunt him with torches. This ends about as well as can be expected when Kong breaks free.
20th Aug '14 4:33:51 AM Maniago
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* ImAHumanitarian: ...and ''eats'' another one of the ol' boy hunters.
13th Jul '13 10:41:27 AM Prfnoff
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A sequel to the 1976 remake of ''Film/KingKong'', released in 1986. It was directed by John Guillermin and produced by Dino de Laurentiis.

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A sequel to the 1976 remake of ''Film/KingKong'', released in 1986. It was directed by John Guillermin and produced by Dino de Laurentiis.
Creator/DinoDeLaurentiis.
3rd Dec '12 2:50:05 PM Sapphirea
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* BittersweetEnding: On the one hand, [[spoiler: Kong meets his final demise as he protects Lady Kong, who's gone into labor]]. On the other, [[spoiler: he gets to see his child before he expires, and mother and baby live out their days in peace at a wildlife preserve]].
20th Nov '12 3:51:24 AM GhostOfAGeek
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16th Oct '12 9:36:43 AM erforce
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Despite being riddled with bullets and falling over 1,000 feet from the World Trade Center, Kong survived, but fell into a coma. Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Franklin (Linda Hamilton), it is restored with an artificial heart and a blood transfusion from a female Kong, recently discovered by adventurer Hank Mitchell (Brian Kerwin).

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Despite being riddled with bullets and falling over 1,000 feet from the World Trade Center, Kong survived, but fell into now resides in a coma. Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Franklin (Linda Hamilton), it is restored with an artificial heart and a blood transfusion from a female Kong, recently discovered by adventurer Hank Mitchell (Brian Kerwin).
16th Oct '12 9:34:37 AM CorahsUncle
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Despite being riddled with bullets and falling over 1000 ft. from the World Trade Center, Kong survived, but fell into a coma. Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Franklin (Linda Hamilton), it is restored with an artificial heart and a blood transfusion from a female Kong, recently discovered by an adventurer Hank Mitchell (Brian Kerwin).

Kong and the female Kong are immediately drawn to each other when the former wakes up, and break away from their keepers to the wild. US Army, led by Lt. Col. Nevitt (John Aston), is then sent to capture them.

The film was savaged by critics upon its release, and flopped on the box office.

There was also two Japan-only {{Licensed Game}}s based on it, both released by {{Konami}}.

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Despite being riddled with bullets and falling over 1000 ft. 1,000 feet from the World Trade Center, Kong survived, but fell into a coma. Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Franklin (Linda Hamilton), it is restored with an artificial heart and a blood transfusion from a female Kong, recently discovered by an adventurer Hank Mitchell (Brian Kerwin).

Kong and the female Kong are immediately drawn to each other when the former wakes up, and break away from their keepers to the wild. US The U.S. Army, led by Lt. Col. R.T. Nevitt (John Aston), Ashton), is then sent to capture them.

The film was savaged by critics upon its release, and flopped on at the box office.

There was also two Japan-only {{Licensed Game}}s {{licensed game}}s based on it, both released by {{Konami}}.




* BloodIsSquickerInWater: Kong is thought to be dead when he disappears under the river, and some of its blood spurts to the surface.

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\n* BloodIsSquickerInWater: Kong is thought to be dead when he disappears under the river, and some of its his blood spurts to the surface.



* ManOnFire: One soldier is shown running around on fire during Kong's last fight against the Lt. Col. Nevitt's men.
* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Kong captures a bunch of alligators for dinner while it wades through a swamp.

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* ManOnFire: One soldier is shown running around on fire during Kong's last fight against the Lt. Col. Nevitt's men.
* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Kong captures a bunch of alligators for dinner while it he wades through a swamp.



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