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Planet of the Apes [Blu-ray]
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Planet Of The Apes Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, Kim Hunter, Maurice Evans, James Whitmore, James Daly, Linda Harrison Synopsis: An astronaut goes by time warp to a future planet ruled by smart apes who keep humans as slaves


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  • Planet Of The Apes available on February 20 2017 from Newegg for 1227.95
  • Planet of the Apes Blu-ray available on November 09 2014 from Amazon for 24.99
  • UPC bar code 024543527169 ξ2 registered February 04 2015
  • UPC bar code 024543527169 ξ3 registered February 20 2017
  • UPC bar code 024543527169 ξ1 registered June 06 2012
  • UPC bar code 024543527169 ξ4 registered November 09 2014
  • Product category is Planet-of-the-Apes Planet-of-the-Apes/Charlton-Heston Video
  • Manufacturered by 20th Century Fox
  • N82E168024543527169
  • # 9SIA17P0AX5361

  • Product weight is 0.25 lbs.
Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner. Format: Blu-Ray Color: Color Rating: G Genre: Science Fiction Runtime: 112 Year: 1968 Director: Franklin Schaffner

References
    ^ (2012). PLANET OF THE APES-40TH ANNIVERSARY (BR-DVD/WS-2.35/SAC/ENG-FR-SP SUB/DUB) (revised Oct 2016)
    ^ Planet of the Apes (Blu-ray Disc, 2008, Checkpoint Sensormatic Widescreen) (revised Apr 2017)
    ^ Planet Of The Apes, 20th Century Fox. Newegg. (revised Feb 2017)
    ^ (2008). Planet of the Apes [Blu-ray], 20th Century Fox. Amazon. (revised Nov 2014)

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20th Century Fox released the film previously on DVD by itself and in a box set with the rest of the Apes films plus a bonus DVD of extras. Now, for those who just want the first (and best) film of the series and all of the extras, Fox has released an excellent two-DVD special edition of Planet of the Apes to celebrate its 35th anniversary.
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I recently watched this original version of "The Planet of the Apes" for the first time since seeing it at a drive-in theater back in 1968. First I was amazed at how much of the film I had forgotten. Actually, most of what I remembered was the (then) shocking ending. What I was impressed with this time around was what an intelligent and well-scripted film this was (and still is). Like any good science fiction, this film provides an interesting commentary on the human condition. One the one hand you have the..
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This is a review of the quality of the . The video looks good for a film as aged as this, but is not even close to stunning. The high def transfer in some cases actually serves to accentuate problems you might not have noticed otherwise. I saw more than a few soft scenes where they looked unfocused. Grain was never too obtrusive, but the colors were uneven through a good portion of the film. Some scenes were rich and vivid, and others washed out. My biggest problem is the sound. They present the sound here ..
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