I watched “Son of Kong” on Svengoolie tonight. They travel back to Skull Island looking for treasure where they find little Kong. The Sven additives to the movie help it along. I would give it 1.75 out of 5.
[From Wikipedia] Son of Kong (also known as The Son of Kong) is a 1933 American Pre-Code adventure monster film produced by RKO Pictures. Directed by Ernest Schoedsack and featuring special effects by Buzz Gibson and Willis O’Brien, the film stars Robert Armstrong, Helen Mack and Frank Reicher. The film is the lesser-known sequel to King Kong and was released just nine months after its predecessor.