The Alamo The Alamo was one of the most astounding and critical battles of our country. Its men were ruthless in their bravery and love of their country. Their legacy lives on forever and their courageous souls are still in the heart of the people of the lone star state.
This project evolved into King Kong vs. Godzilla with Godzilla replacing the Frankenstein giant as King Kong's opponent The film had its roots in an earlier concept for a new King Kong feature developed by Willis O'Brienanimator of the original stop-motion Kong.
AroundO'Brien came up with a proposed treatment, King Kong meets Frankenstein,  where Kong would fight against a giant version of Frankenstein's monster in San Francisco.
During this time the story was renamed King Kong vs. O'Brien was introduced to producer John Beck, who promised to find a studio to make the film at this point in time, RKO was no longer a production company.
Beck took the story treatment and had George Worthing Yates flesh it out into a screenplay. The story was slightly altered and the title changed to King Kong vs.
Prometheus, returning the name to the original Frankenstein concept The Modern Prometheus was the alternate name of Frankenstein in the original novel.
Unfortunately, the cost of stop-motion animation discouraged potential studios from putting the film into production.
After shopping the script around overseas, Beck eventually attracted the interest of the Japanese studio Tohowhich had long wanted to make a King Kong film and was also planning for Godzilla to make a comeback around the same time. After purchasing the script, they decided to replace the Frankenstein creature with Godzilla to be King Kong's opponent and would have Shinichi Sekizawa rewrite Yates's script.
The studio thought that it would be the perfect way to celebrate its thirtieth year in production. Cooper attempted to file a lawsuit against John Beck claiming that he outright owned the King Kong character, but the lawsuit never went through as it turned out he was not Kong's sole legal owner as he had previously believed.
In AprilTV networks and their various sponsors started producing outrageous programming and publicity stunts to grab audiences attention after two elderly viewers reportedly died at home while watching a violent wrestling match on TV. But the company doesn't think that way. They think they will get ahead of their competitors if they use a monster to promote their product.
The script is special to me; it makes me emotional because it was King Kong that got me interested in the world of special photographic techniques when I saw it in Eiji Tsuburaya had a stated intention to move the Godzilla series in a lighter direction.
This approach was not favoured by most of the effects crew, who "couldn't believe" some of the things Tsuburaya asked them to do, such as Kong and Godzilla volleying a giant boulder back and forth.
But Tsuburaya wanted to appeal to children's sensibilities and broaden the genre's audience. Godzilla has a much lighter tone than the previous two Godzilla films and contains a great deal of humor within the action sequences.
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