Big fan of King Kong (1933), it's still great fun and I believe it to be a major influence that changed the course of cinema for the better. I rewatched it again, then followed up with a first time viewing of The Son of Kong (1933). I only recently learned this film even existed through a thread on ye olde IMDb CFB. It's kind of odd suddenly learning of a sequel to one of your favorite movies. I saw the original back when the first remake was coming out in the 70's when I was just a rugrat. It may well have been the first and only black and white movie to hold my attention at that time. This rushed into production sequel is nowhere near as good, but it does have some returning cast and they all wind up on the exact same island, again. Kong's son is less aggressive and there is no iconic set piece such as the Empire State Building scene, but it wound up being a fun romp anyway and I would recommend it, although it is almost in a completely different genre than the first.