The film, itself, looks very much like a play written 320 years earlier by the Bard.
This film was produced in a time before movies had two titles.
Fay Wray had been the famous leading actress who worked on cameos, though at the end of her career she denied further work due to the up-growing age, retired in 1980.
Alfred Cheney Johnston died in a car crash near his home in Connecticut in 1971.
According to John Morgan's notes on the score's re-construction, the overture was not written by Max Steiner.
A bit of a weird timing coincidence to this post, I had the book but mailed it to a friend, who is fascinated by celebrity and murders, about 1 week ago.
They all feature water: perhaps a sign of purity? And so it was that in the original 1933 version of the paying public could thrill to seeing the heroine Ann Darrow played by Fay Wray of her clothes by the big eponymous ape.
You might want to delete the Fay Wray name in the title of the thread, and just keep it for general celebs of yesteryear.