Who Wrote King Kong?

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King Kong is a fictional monster that resembles a gorilla that was the subject of several movies since 1933. It became one of the world’s famous movie icons and has appeared in other works such as books, cartoon series, video games, theme park rides and a stage play. It was written by Ruth rose and James Ashmore Creelman using a story by Cooper and Edgar Wallace.
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Edgar Wallace wrote King Kong originally, but the story was conceived by Merian C. Cooper. Cooper was the director of the film.
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Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, and Peter Jackson are the screenplay writers for the 2005 version
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King Kong is 25 feet tall. He eats over 50 pounds of food every day. We would have to eat over 10,000 Big Mack to even come close. That would put McDonald's out of business.
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The 1933 film King Kong was written by Edgar Wallace and borrowed heavily from the book "The Lost world"
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