This individual worked as a Vaudeville actor in 1933 in the show Bulger Bill and his Slippery Stool. It was likely that he (as well as the other actors that he hadn't been paid in two weeks and lost his job on September 25 when the theatre was closed. It is unknown if he left New York or stayed and participated in Kong's rampage and if he survived the rampage.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- The first actor was portrayed by an unknown actor in Peter Jackson's 2005 version of King Kong.
- His skit scene was cut from the theatrical version of the film during the opening montage but can be included in the A Night in Vaudeville bonus feature in the extended edition.
- King Kong (2005 film) (first appearance) (bonus feature only)