Son of Kong, The

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The Son of Kong (1933)

The Son of Kong was a light-hearted sequel to King Kong (1933). Released in the same year as the first film, The Son of Kong follows Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong) and friends return as they return to Skull Island in search of lost treasure and encounter a white-furred "little Kong," who proves to be friendly and helpful to them.

Note: The Venture's crew mutinies upon arriving at Skull Island. In overpowering Denham and those loyal to him, they employ a variety of revolvers and rifles.


The following weapons were used in the film The Son of Kong:

Contents


Revolvers

Smith & Wesson .32 Hand Ejector Third Model

A sailor sticks his Smith & Wesson .32 Hand Ejector Third Model into Denham's back.

S&W .32 Hand Ejector Third Model
A sailor sticks his revolver into Denham's back.

Colt New Service

Mutineer leader Red (Ed Brady) carries a Colt New Service.

Colt New Service Revolver - .45 ACP.
Mutineer leader Red (Ed Brady) holds a Colt New Service.
Red keeps his revolver aimed at Denham while laying down the law.
Red threatens to pistol-whip Captain Englehorn (Frank Reicher).

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Another sailor's revolver peeks in from offscreen shown to be a Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model of 1899 M&P (1899-1902) - .38 Special
Another sailor's revolver peeks in from offscreen right as Hilda Petersen is held prisoner and Denham tries to reason with the mutineers.
Another view of the same gun as Hilda is released.

Rifles

Krag-Jørgensen Rifle

The mutinous sailors also use several Krag-Jørgensen rifles.

US Property Marked Krag-Jørgensen Model 1896 Rifle - .30-40 Krag
The crew watch as Denham and the others depart in one of the Venture's lifeboats.
In behind of Red, you can see one of the crew member with the rifle, showing a little of the bolt.

Shotgun

Hammerless Double Barreled Shotgun

Charlie the cook, who elects not to throw in with Red and the others, sneaks two Double Barreled Shotgun aboard the lifeboat Denham (Robert Armstrong) and the rest are put ashore in. He and Captain Englehorn use them throughout their time on the island and Hilda Petersen also holds Denham's on occasion. Both shotguns come to bad ends.

1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Denham finds the shotguns hidden in the boat.
Denham reacts to a spear thrown by the native chief (Noble Johnson) when the group comes ashore.
Denham is most put out by the chief's "welcome."
Englehorn keeps his shotgun close to him after Nils Helstrom attempts to grab it, because Englehorn doesn't trust him.
A Styracosaurus grabs Englehorn's shotgun in its mouth after trapping him, Charlie and Helstrom in a cave.
The three find the chewed-up shotgun after the dinosaur finally leaves.

Exposed Hammer Double Barreled Shotgun

Denham holds a exposed hammer Double Barreled Shotgun as he and Hilda find Little Kong.

Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 Gauge. The Parker Gun Company was absorbed into Remington in 1934.
Denham holding his shotgun as he and Hilda find Little Kong.
Little Kong picks up Denham's shotgun after he sets it down upon finding the island's treasure.
Much to Denham and Hilda's dismay, Little Kong plays with the weapon, causing it to discharge. He eventually snaps it in half.

See Also

King Kong Series
Merian C. Cooper King Kong (1933)  •  The Son of Kong (1933)
Dino De Laurentiis King Kong (1976)  •  King Kong Lives (1986)
Peter Jackson King Kong (2005)
MonsterVerse Kong: Skull Island (2017)
Spin-offs Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie (2005)





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