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TV Guide listings from December 6, 1974 have it as the episode scheduled to air on that date. However, several reference books disagree. Planet of the Apes Revisited and Planet of the Apes as American Myth state the episode aired on December 20, 1974 while Timeline of the Planet of the Apes cites the December 6, 1974 date. Let me know your.
Watch Planet of the Apes - Season 1, Episode 3 - The Trap: In a ruined city, Burke and Urko are trapped underground and must reluctantly work together to escape, while Alan and Ga.
Box set featuring all 14 episodes of the short-lived TV series. In 'Escape from Tomorrow' astronauts Virdon, Jones and Burke take off from Earth in 1981 on a mission into outer space, but soon manage to get caught in a time warp. When they return home in 3085, they are surprised to find the planet now ruled by talking apes. 'The Gladiators' sees Burke and Virdon pitted against each other in.
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TV Shows - 1970s; Planet Of The Apes. 1 9 7 4 (USA) 14 x 50 minute episodes. After a change of studio to CBS, the Planet of the Apes franchise moved to television in 1974. Astronauts Alan Virdon (Ron Harper) and Pete Burke (James Naughton) leave Earth in 1988 and pass through a time warp and land back on Earth in the year 3085 AD. They find an upside-down world where apes rule supreme and.
Zaius was the highest ranking member of the High Council of Central City in the year 3085. Obviously based on the character from the movies, he filled the same function as his namesake. This section is a stub. You can help expand this section by adding some information. Zaius served as a government official, with authority over all the humans in his district. He knew of the potential of humans.
All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords; Advanced Search. Watchlist. Sign In. Planet of the Apes (1974) Trivia (22) Add new Although the series was cancelled after 14 weeks because of low ratings and was considered a failure in the US, it was a huge success in the UK. Edit. Report This. Though uncredited, Rod Serling wrote the original treatment and two proposed scripts for this.