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Gill Jenkins, 57, from Penarth, South Wales once hated socialising during the festive season as the only clothes which would fit her were baggy t-shirts and tracksuit bottoms.

Merian C. Cooper was very fond of strong hard sounding words that started with the letter "K". Some of his favorite words were Komodo , Kodiak and Kodak . [23] When Cooper was envisioning his giant terror gorilla idea, he wanted to capture a real gorilla from the Congo and have it fight a real Komodo dragon on Komodo Island . (This scenario would eventually evolve into Kong's battle with the tyrannosaur on Skull Island when the film was produced a few years later at RKO.) Cooper's friend Douglas Burden's trip to the island of Komodo and his encounter with the Komodo dragons there was a big influence on the Kong story. [24] Cooper was fascinated by Burden's adventures as chronicled in his book Dragon Lizards of Komodo where he referred to the animal as the "King of Komodo". [23] It was this phrase along with Komodo and C(K)ongo (and his overall love for hard sounding K words) [25] that gave him the idea to name the giant ape Kong. He loved the name as it had a "mystery sound" to it.


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