Her career waned by World War 2, but enjoyed a modest comeback in the 1950's. When King Kong was being remade by Peter Jackson 70 years after the original, Jackson had planned on having Wray do a cameo. uttering the famous phrase "It was beauty killed the beast." Unfortunately, Wray died before this could be filmed.
- King Kong (1933) - Kidnapped by a tribe, she is taken to be sacrificed to Kong, tied with her arms outstretched.
- The Vampire Bat (1933) - Strapped to a chair and OTM gagged.
- Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933) - Strapped to a gurney and has hot wax poured on her.
- Black Moon (1934) - Hands tied behind her.