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King Kong (17-Dec-1976)

Director: John Guillermin

Writer: Lorenzo Semple, Jr.

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Barry

Producer: Dino De Laurentiis

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Monkeys, Giant Monster, New York

Remake of King Kong (1933).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Agar
Actor
31-Jan-1921 7-Apr-2002 Sands of Iwo Jima
René Auberjonois
Actor
1-Jun-1940   Changeling on Star Trek: DS9
Jeff Bridges
Actor
4-Dec-1949   The Dude abides
Charles Grodin
Actor
21-Apr-1935   Perpetually angry talk-show host, actor
Jessica Lange
Actor
20-Apr-1949   Tootsie
Ed Lauter
Actor
30-Oct-1940 16-Oct-2013 Character actor
John Lone
Actor
13-Oct-1952   The Last Emperor
Jack O'Halloran
Actor
8-Apr-1943   Non in Superman
John Randolph
Actor
1-Jun-1915 24-Feb-2004 Prizzi's Honor
Garry Walberg
Actor
10-Jun-1921 27-Mar-2012 Lt. Frank Monahan on Quincy

CAST

Starring
Jeff Bridges   ...   Jack Prescott
Charles Grodin   ...   Fred Wilson
Introducing
Jessica Lange   ...   Dwan
Co-Starring
John Randolph   ...   Capt. Ross
René Auberjonois   ...   Bagley
Julius Harris   ...   Boan
Jack O'Halloran   ...   Joe Perko
Dennis Fimple   ...   Sunfish
and
Ed Lauter   ...   Carnahan
Featuring
Jorge Moreno   ...   Garcia
Mario Gallo   ...   Timmons
John Lone   ...   Chinese Cook
Garry Walberg   ...   Army General
With
John Agar   ...   City Official
Keny Long   ...   Ape Masked Man
Sid Conrad   ...   Petrox Chairman
George Whiteman   ...   Army Helicopter Pilot
Wayne Heffley   ...   Air Force General

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