Title: Beneath The Planet Of The Apes
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Beneath the Planet of the Apes is a 1970 American science fiction film directed by Ted Post and written by Paul Dehn. It is the second of five films in the original Planet of the Apes series produced by Arthur P. Jacobs.
In late 1966, soundtrack composer Jerry Goldsmith was asked to write the score for a new movie being developed by APJAC Productions through 20th Century Fox. The movie, based on a French novel, concerned an astronaut stranded on a planet where a native human species was unintelligent, and was dominated by a species of articulate apes.
He discovers a planet ruled by apes and an underground city run by telepathic humans. What Brent initially does not know, much like Taylor didn't initially know when he landed here before Brent, is that he has landed back on Earth in the future, in the vicinity of what was New York City.
What Brent initially does not know, much like Taylor didn't initially know when he landed here before Brent, is that he has landed back on Earth in the future, in the vicinity of what was New York City. Brent finds evidence that Taylor has been on the planet. It is the sequel to Planet of the Apes. Directed by Ted Post. Written by Paul Dehn. What lies beneath may be the end!taglines.
The daring rescue leads to a subterranean city where mutant humans, who practice mind control, worship a weapon capable of destroying the entire planet. The daring rescue leads to a subterranean city where mutant humans, who practice mind control, worship a weapon capable of destroying the entire planet.
This sequel to the 1968 smash, Planet of the Apes, is hokey and slapdash. The story and Ted Post's direction fall far short of the original. Film utilizes closing sequence of the original – where Charlton Heston and the silent Linda Harrison ride into an unknown country on the supposedly unknown planet, only to find the Head of the Statue of Liberty buried in the sand. Heston’s curtain cry of anguish now is followed by new footage, as he and Harrison wander the vast wasteland, in which Heston suddenly disappears. James Franciscus is yet another space explorer who crash-lands, centuries out of time. Dialog, acting and direction are substandard.
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