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The Mighty Kong
The Mighty Kong
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Based on King Kong
Disney counterpart Mighty Joe Young
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Plot Summary

Disney Formula
Characters
Hero/Heroine Ann Darrow
Main Character Goal
Deceased Parent(s)
Love Interest Jack Driscoll
Sidekick(s) Roscoe and Ricky
Parent or Mentor
Villain Carl Denham
Villain's Sidekick
Scenes
Opening They show Kong, completely ruining any buildup the film attempted.
Catalyst
Journey Begins
Meet Cute
Harrowing Scene A random volcano eruption
Romantic Moment
Preclimax King Kong escapes, are you really surprised? And then he does what all giant monsters do in the city: rampage.
Climax King Kong kidnaps Ann, and carries her up the Empire State Building. Planes shoot at him while he beats his chest. Then Ann falls, and hangs on for dear life. Then a couple blimps show up with a net to recapture Kong, only for him to break through and fall to his death. But it wasn't the fall that killed Kong, it was beauty that killed the beast. ...But not really. Kong lives! WHAT THE FUCK?
Happy Ending
Soundtrack
Opening Number
"I Want" Song
Sidekick Song
Villain Song
Romance Song
Award Bait Song


Development

Among this film's crew were Disney veterans Jodi Benson, the voice of Ariel in The Little Mermaid and The Sherman Brothers, Disney's longtime in-house composers.

It is also notable as being the last film role of Dudley Moore, who died in 2002.

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