John Chambers


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Planet Of The Apes (1968) - Human See Human Do Injured and now a captive, human Taylor (Charlton Heston), still unable to speak, has made more progress with ape scientist Zira (Kim Hunter) than with minder Julius (Buck Kartalian), but none with her boss Dr. Zaius (Maurice Evans), introduced here, in Planet Of The Apes, 1968.
Planet Of The Apes (1968) - How Do You Account For Me? Animal psychologist (and Chimpanzee) Zira (Kim Hunter) has proven that human Taylor (Charlton Heston), still unable to speak because of his throat injury, can communicate, though her colleague and boyfriend Cornelius (Roddy McDowall) isn't convinced by his story, in Planet Of The Apes, 1968.
Planet Of The Apes (1968) - We'll Be Running This Planet 20th century Earth astronauts Taylor (Charlton Heston), Landon (Robert Gunner) and Dodge (Jeff Burton), unsure of there whereabouts, observe primitive humans who stole their clothes, and surprised when apes (led by Norman Burton) appear, early in the original Planet Of The Apes, 1968.
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) - Milk Of Kindness Zira (Kim Hunter) and Cornelius (David Watson) flip when native human Nova (Linda Harrison) delivers just-arrived astronaut Brent (James Franciscus), who's rather like Charlton Heston from the original, boss Zaius (Maurice Evans) joining, in the sequel Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, 1970.
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) - It's A City Of Apes! Mute native Nova (Linda Harrison), who can't explain, shows Astronaut Brent (James Franciscus) the apes,with Ursus (James Gregory) urging Zaius (Maurice Evans) and dissenting Zira and (the new!) Cornelius (Kim Hunter, David Watson) to war, in the sequel Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, 1970.
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) - Get Out Of My Head! Poking around subterranean New York, astronaut Brent (James Franciscus) finds himself compelled to attack his native human friend Nova (Linda Harrison), the appearance of freaky Gregory Sierra, then Paul Richards, only sort-of explaining, in the sequel Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, 1970.

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