Planet of the Apes is an amazing film. A political-sociological allegory, cast in the mold of futuristic science-fiction, it is an intriguing blend of chilling satire, a sometimes ludicrous.
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Oct 8, 2018 - Artwork based around the book 'Monkey Planet' by Pierre Boulle, along with original concept art for the motion picture Planet Of The Apes. See more ideas about Planet of the apes, Motion picture, Apes.Behind the Planet of the Apes, hosted by 4-time Apes film veteran Roddy McDowall, is an in-depth look at the history behind one of the most prolific film franchises ever, The Planet of the Apes.The 1968 film, which spawned 4 sequels, is loved by many, and this new 2-disc set from Image is sure to be sweet nectar for each and every Ape-head out there.Tags: planet-of-the-apes Charlton-Heston taylor laughing reaction.
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The Apes story really took off in 1968 with the release of American scifi action flick Planet of the Apes, starring Charlton Heston as an astronaut who overstays his time in hypersleep by a couple.Read More
Return to the Planet of the Apes is a short-lived animated series, by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises in association with 20th Century Fox Television, based upon Planet of the Apes by Pierre Boulle. Boulle's novel had previously been adapted in a series of movies, beginning with the 1968 Planet of the Apes starring Charlton Heston. Unlike the film, its sequels, and the 1974 live-action television.Read More
The 30 best closing lines in films. Charlton Heston and Linda Harrison in 1968 film The Planet of the Apes. When Heston's character astronaut George Taylor finds the charred remnants of the Statue.Read More
Directed by Don Taylor. With Roddy McDowall, Kim Hunter, Bradford Dillman, Natalie Trundy. The world is shocked by the appearance of three talking chimpanzees, who arrived mysteriously in a U.S. spacecraft. They become the toast of society, but one man believes them to be a threat to the human race.Read More
To celebrate the filthy monkey lover, my corporate mothership has declared New Year’s Eve Planet of the Apes day, with a round-the-clock schedule devoted to that dystopic universe. And while you’re there, why not check out the following fantastic gallery of Charlton Heston sci-fi moments, from the Planet of the Apes films to Omega Man and from Soylent Green to the Outer Limits.Read More
The astonishing ending of Planet of the Apes (1968), with Charlton Heston screaming in despair as the camera lingers on the shattered remains of the Statue of Liberty, is unremitting in its bleakness. And even watching it 50 years later, we can hardly rest easy. Premiering on 8 February 1968 before US release in April (the same week as that other sci-fi milestone 2001: A Space Odyssey.Read More
Heston is an evolved chimpanzee kept at the San Bruno Primate Shelter. History. While he slept, Heston and the other apes were exposed to ALZ-113 by Caesar. Heston gained new intelligence from inhaling the gas. He was one of the first chimpanzees to be examined by Caesar who saw that he was now an evolved ape. Heston would join the other apes, as Caesar prepared to lead them to freedom.Read More
The original Planet of the Apes is that rarity of the genre: a science fiction film that has dated not one bit: its intelligent script, frightening costuming, and savagely effective conclusion (which needs no big-budget special effects to augment its impact) remain both potent and relevant. When Colonel George Taylor (the fabulous Charlton Heston) crash lands his spacecraft on what seems to be.Read More