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Planet of the Apes [Blu-ray] [Import]

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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Studio: Imports
  • Release Date: Dec 16 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001GPTCE8
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Special Features

PLANET OF THE APES: Science of the Apes BONUSVIEW,* Beyond the Forbidden Zone Adventure Game, Public Service Announcement from ANSA, Evolution of the Apes Featurette, Impact of the Apes Featurette, Behind the Planet of the Apes Documentary with Interactive Mode, Audio Commentaries, Text Commentary, Original Makeup Test, Roddy McDowall’s On-Set Footage, Dailies & Outtakes, NATO Presentation, Vintage 1968 Featurette, Theatrical Trailers, Still Galleries & More!

BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES: Isolated Score Track, From Alpha to Omega: Building a Sequel Featurette, Theatrical Trailer, Still Galleries & More!

ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES: Isolated Score Track, The Secret Behind Escape Featurette, Don Taylor Directs Escape From the Planet of the Apes Vintage Featurette, Theatrical Trailer, Still Galleries & More!

CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES: Unrated and Theatrical Versions, Isolated Score Track, Riots & Revolutions: Confronting the Times Featurette, A Look Behind the Planet of the Apes Vintage Featurette, J. Lee Thompson Directs Conquest of the Planet of the Apes Vintage Featurette, Theatrical Trailer, Still Galleries & More!

BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES: Extended and Theatrical Versions, Isolated Score Track, End of an Epic: The Final Battle Featurette, Theatrical Trailer, Still Galleries & More!

Special Features Are Unrated, May Not Be High Definition, And Are Not Closed Captioned. *BONUSVIEW-enabled player required. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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By The Critic TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 29 2006
Format: DVD
Now 20th Century Fox in an effort to gouge the fans some more have released "The Planet of the Apes" ultimate collection with deluxe Ape head packaging consisting of all the theatrical movies, TV series, animated series and Tim Burtons version. After considering the cost of the new ultimate collection the Evolution set is definitely a great value for any "Planet of the Apes" fan and a great place to start.

They used to have "Planet of the Apes" week on channel 7 out of Detroit and like any other kid I ran home from school everyday to watch them. I absolutely love the "Planet of the Apes" Evolution boxed set. You get all five "Planet of the Apes" movies plus a sixth bonus disc containing all the wonderful special features. It's all here except the superior picture and 5.1 digitally remastered sound found in the new Legacy box set.

The picture and sound are a definite improvement over any of the television broadcasts but they still don't compare to the Legacy set. I don't understand why 20th Century Fox Studios didn't take the time to remaster all the movies at the same time when they had the chance.

20th Century Fox have always had the ability to remaster these films, because the Legacy set is proof of what can be done. How many times can a studio release the same titles over and over and not make any improvements in picture & sound quality? If the ultimate picture and 5.1 sound are what you're after then I suggest holding out and purchasing the legacy set. I hope this review was helpful.

Films Included:

- Planet of the Apes (1968) - NASA astronaut (Charlton Heston) is stranded on a planet where apes dominate humans.
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By A Customer on April 13 2002
Format: DVD
You would think that this boxed set could have been a POTA fan's dream, but whoever put it together failed to do the series justice. There is very little in the way of extra features--the one bonus disc is merely a scaled-down version of a two disc "Behind the Planet of the Apes" set that is available to purchase separately. (The bonus disc includes a great documentary originally presented on AMC but it is not even an original production for this set.) Worst of all, the disc of the final movie is an edited version of the original commercial release, deleting all reference to the doomsday bomb that ties the human community in the fifth movie to the one found in the second movie. Of course, none of the sequels do justice to the original so some could argue that this is no big loss. But the only person that could possibly want the entire series would be a true fan, who wouldn't want even the corniest material cut out. So the producers of this boxed set have ruined it for the only market that might get some satisfaction out of it. This patent lack of respect for their own customers makes this a good reason to avoid wasting money on the set, especially since the original movie and the documentary (the only things probably worth owning anyway) are both available for separate purchase on DVD.
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Format: DVD
Product reviewed: Planet of hte Apes: The Ultimate DVD Collection with Ape Head Packaging

Great set, of course, and a wonderful collectible case. For the fan and collector of POTA, there is little extra here. It is finally a treat to have an official release of the animated series "Return to the POTA" from 1975. Fans have been exchanging poor copies of this for years. The quality of the print was not cleaned up, so although the colour is clear, there are many artefacts visible on the screen. For a cleaner editions of Return to the POTA, see the indivually released 2-disc DVD set of 2006.

The only other advertised bonus here that was not present on previous releases on dvd were the TV spots for the live-action series. Unfortunately, there are NO TV SPOTS on these discs!! Inaccurate product description was misleading. So, the only new thing here is the animated series, nothing else.
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Shipped directly from Amazon, and I'm happy with the purchase. I wish that the dvd's were not individually contained in separate cases, other then that it is a very good series and i'm pleased with my purchase.
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Format: DVD
Okay, let's start this review by saying if you have not seen Tim Burtons version of Planet of the Apes... DO NOT SEE IT EVEN IF YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT. IT HAS A HARD TO UNDERSTAND STORYLINE AND THE ENDING MAKES NO SENSE! Anyway, let's go back about 35 years ago when Charlton Heston was young and healthy, when the Planet of the Apes saga began with Planet of the Apes. Now here is a list of the films in this set:
Planet of the Apes- The Best in the series. Starring Charleton Heston as Taylor and Roddy Mcdowal(Did I spell that right?) as Corneleus. The ending us shocking and it is the only one the critics like.
Beneath the Planet of the Apes- Not as good as the first, but still excellent. Starring James Franciscus as Brent and our friend Charelton Heston as Taylor again.
Escape from the Planet of the Apes- The Best of the sequels and the last with original characters. Starring Mcdowall as Corneleus and Ricardo Montalban as Armondo.
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes- The revolt of the Apes is very well done. It's the only ape film rated PG. Starring Mcdowall as Corneleus's son Caeser and Ricardo Montalbon as Armando.
Battle for the Planet of the Apes- Sadly, the last of the series and another battle between the apes anf d humans. Starring Mcdowall as Ceaser again.
Behind the Planet of the Apes- a documentory for all the films. I haven't seen it, but my uncle said it was good.
So here are your options: 1. Buy this on DVD or video 2. rent them 3, Watch them on AMC.
Go Apes!!!!!!!!!!
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