Wasei Kingu Kongu (which means Japanese King Kong) is a 1933 black and white silent film. The director of the
film is a man named Torajiro Saito and the film producer studios is Shochiku Studios. All known prints of this film have been lost. It can be assumed that this film was lost because of the U.S. bombing in 1945. There is only a small list of actors we know of that appeared in this film, which would include Yasuko Koizumi, Takeshi Sakamoto, Kotaro Sekiguchi, Nagamasa Yamada, and Isamu Yamaguchi. Now believe it or not this film actually had a sequal titled King Kong appears in Edo.