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Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (29-Jun-1972)

Director: J. Lee Thompson

Writer: Paul Dehn

Music: Tom Scott

Producer: Arthur P. Jacobs

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Dystopian, Monkeys

Cats and dogs are extinct from a plague; humanity accepts apes as pets and eventually as their servants. A single intelligent talking ape, Caesar, son of Cornelius and Zera from the future, foments revolt with the intent of freeing apes from the shackles imposed by humans. Good story and the best and most violent of the sequels, but done on a low budget of $1.7M. View the uncut print, not the bowlderized "G" version created for the US mass market.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Severn Darden
Actor
9-Nov-1929 27-May-1995 Second City
Gordon Jump
Actor
1-Apr-1932 22-Sep-2003 Maytag repairman who headed WKRP
Roddy McDowall
Actor
17-Sep-1928 3-Oct-1998 Planet of the Apes
Ricardo Montalban
Actor
25-Nov-1920 14-Jan-2009 Roarke on Fantasy Island
Don Murray
Actor
31-Jul-1929   Sid Fairgate on Knots Landing
John Randolph
Actor
1-Jun-1915 24-Feb-2004 Prizzi's Honor

CAST

Roddy McDowall   ...   Caesar
Don Murray   ...   Breck
Co-Starring
Natalie Trundy   ...   Lisa
Hari Rhodes   ...   MacDonald
Severn Darden   ...   Kolp
Lou Wagner   ...   Busboy
John Randolph   ...   Commission Chairman
with
Asa Maynor   ...   Mrs. Riley
H. M. Wynant   ...   Hoskins
David Chow   ...   Aldo
Buck Kartalian   ...   Frank (Gorilla)
John Dennis   ...   Policeman
and
Ricardo Montalban   ...   Armando
Paul Comi   ...   2nd Policeman
Gordon Jump   ...   Auctioneer
Dick Spangler   ...   Announcer
Joyce Haber   ...   Zelda
Hector Soucy   ...   Ape with Chain

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