Edgar Wallace's most important writing was the draft of the script for the best monster film ever made. He died before the film was made so didn't get to write the final script. As such, he's mentioned in the credits as one of the co-creators but not as the writer.

 

I'm referring to the original King Kong (1933). From a technical point of view it's not as advanced as more recent films but as entertainment it's as good as they come.

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Edgar Wallace's most important writing was the draft of the script for the best monster film ever made. He died before the film was made so didn't get to write the final script. As such, he's mentioned in the credits as one of the co-creators but not as the writer.

 

I'm referring to the original King Kong (1933). From a technical point of view it's not as advanced as more recent films but as entertainment it's as good as they come.

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