People, Aug. 16, 1976

Who is that giant female gorilla clambering over St. Paul's Cathedral in London? Why, it's Queen Kong of course. A tawdry rip-off of Dino De Laurentiis' hugely publicized $22 million remake of King Kong? "I like to think," Producer Keith Cavele says of his $3 million sortie into camp, "that although it may be a ripoff, it's mostly a satire and a send-up." Director Frank Agrama, whose last film was a bawdy intergalactic epic called Flesh Gordon, has already begun location shooting in the "tropical" south coast of England, with 50 chorus girls...

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