Do we really have to say it? You want us to say it, don’t you. OK…
The G2V Guys go APE this time around as they’re joined by Scott Collura of IGN.com and the Transporter Room 3 podcast! From the publication of Pierre Boulle’s 1963 novel LA PLANETE DES SINGES (MONKEY PLANET) to five feature films, animated and live-action TV series, comics, toys, two reboots, and now the latest chapter in a new incarnation on its way this summer, thePLANET OF THE APES universe has never been more popular. G2V has a search through the Sacred Scrolls, bewares the Beast Man, and trudges through a desert of diverse observations to get to the most shattering secret of all (yes, more shocking than the Statue of Liberty!) – what makes us all fans of those damn, dirty APES?
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Transporter Room 3 podcast
The Creepy Hybrid Human-Ape Child Never Used in BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES
Revenge From Planet Ape! (this bizarre voiceover was appended by distributors to a cut US release of 1971′s TOMBS OF THE BLIND DEAD to try to convince moviegoers that the Spanish horror film was somehow connected to the APES franchise due to the tenuous visual design link between the Apes and the mummified Templar zombies in the film – trust us, the whole thing is nuts!)
ALL of the once rare 1981 Galen (Roddy McDowall) bumpers for the TV-movie repackagings of the 1974 television series (Note: Arnold refers to these in the episodes as being used for the original films, but that was incorrect, sorry!):
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 1A
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 1B
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 2A
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 2B
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 3A
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 3B
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 4A
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 4B
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 5A
POTA Old Galen 1981 TV Wrap 5B
The Carol Burnett Show – Roddy McDowall in a surprising appearance (1974)
Paul Williams appears on Johnny Carson in full Virgil makeup from BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES (1973)
MAD TV – The Lost Elvis Movie – The Planet with Some Apes
Terra Primate Roleplaying Game (Eden Studios)
Terra Primate Corebook