Queen Kong is a 1976 British comedy film directed by Frank Agrama and starring Rula Lenska, Bob Todd, and Valerie Leon. The film follows the adventures of a giant female gorilla named Queen Kong who is captured by a film crew and taken to London.
Queen Kong is a campy, tongue-in-cheek parody of the 1933 classic King Kong. The film is filled with sexual innuendos and moments that are sure to make viewers blush.
One of the most memorable scenes in the film is when Queen Kong is taken to a nightclub in London. Here, she is surrounded by scantily clad dancers and is given a drink that causes her to become intoxicated. She then proceeds to dance seductively with a man in the club, much to the delight of the other patrons.
Another memorable scene is when Queen Kong is taken to a beach and is seen frolicking in the water with a group of bikini-clad women. This scene is filled with sexual tension and is sure to leave viewers feeling a bit hot under the collar.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, such as when Queen Kong is seen in a passionate embrace with a man, and when she is seen in a suggestive pose with a group of women.
Queen Kong is a campy, lighthearted romp that is sure to leave viewers with a smile on their face. The film is filled with sexual moments that are sure to make viewers blush, and is sure to be a hit with fans of campy comedies.
There is no full nudity in the film, but quite a few characters have little clothing and some of the dialogue is a bit suggestive.
Most men are shown shirtless; some of them wear native loin cloths. Many of the women are shown in native, bikini-style garb. In one scene, some of the women are shown in bras and panties.
Some jokes have mild innuendo, such as referring to contraceptives, virginity, and the pill. Some camera angles zoom in on women's breasts and buttocks (clothed), mostly for comedic effect.