Konga

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Released 1961

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Director:
John Lemont
Released:
1961
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Konga is the 1961 cult horror classic from venerable schlock factory American International Pictures. The film focuses on a scientist and teacher named Charles Decker (Michael Gough) who was in a plane that crashed in Africa and it takes a year for him to make it back to civilization. Once back in England, he gets his teaching job back and has begun experimenting on the plants and chimpanzee that he has brought back with him. He grows flesh eating plants in his greenhouse and uses the leaves to make a serum that he injects in Konga and he grows with every injection. As Konga grows, Charles begins to use him to kill anyone that stands in his way. Charles secretary and friend Margaret (Margo Johns) knows he is behind the murders and is upset. He says she might be an accomplice and she asks him to marry her and he agrees. But Charles has eyes on a very pretty pupil of his named Sandra (Claire Gordon) and her boyfriend Bob (Jess Conrad) gets very jealous. Margaret overhears Charles talking to Sandra and she gives Konga one last injection that makes him the size of a house!moreless
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    Classics, Creatures & Monsters, B-Movie Horror, Cult, Creatures