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Talking Apes TV: A Planet of the Apes Podcast
95 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
Make Mine MEGO
Hello to all you Chimps, gorillas, orangutans, Underdwellers, and you Mego Collectors! The ape fan community went crazy with the recent news that Mego will start releasing new Planet of the Apes figures starting in April with Dr. Zaius and Cornelious. We spoke with Paul ‘Mr. Mego’ Clarke of EMCE Toys who gives us insight as to what is coming up with the new Mego Planet of the Apes line (even some hints toward future releases). We talk about Paul’s career in the toy industry, our favorite figures growing up, and the psychological effect of collecting Mego. You will hear Richard have an actual breakthrough! They don’t call Paul Dr. Mego for nothing! Richard and Kevin also fantasize about the Ape figures, and other pop culture icons, they would love to see in their collection in the future. They also run down the list of the figures that are coming out in wave 12 such as The Rocketeer, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Stan Lee Web Hand Edition, Igor from Young Frankenstein Igor, the Star Trek Salt Vampire, and more! Make Mine Mego.. and Go Ape! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
83 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
Paul Williams Exclusive Interview
Happy Holidays to all you Chimps, gorillas, orangutans and you damn dirty humanoids! First off, I want to welcome Kevin Toft as the new co-host of Talking Apes! Not only is Kevin a co-host of the Max EFX Podcast and a very valued member of the Ape fandom community but he has friends in high places. Paul Williams Exclusive Interview Kevin asked one of these friends to be a guest on this episode. That guest is a national treasure and an icon in the entertainment industry, but many of you know him as Virgil, the orangutan who “knows everything about everything” in Battle for the Planet of the Apes. That guest is Paul Williams! Mr. Williams shares many behind the scenes stories of working with the director of Battle, J. Lee Thompson, as well as Roddy McDowell and Claude “Cuddles” Akins. We also talk The Muppets and The Monkees! Thank you to all the Apes who sent in Holiday messages that you’ll hear in this episode. You could say that this is our Talking Apes Holiday Special! And thank you once again to everyone for joining us on Talking Apes, we just hope we brought a smile to your face through a rough year. Now Stay Safe, have a Happy Holiday, a Happy New Year and now...Go Ape! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
80 minutes | Sep 27, 2020
"A Fallen God" Unproduced TV Script
Hello to all you Chimps, gorillas, orangutans, Underdwellers, and even you damn dirty Humanoids! In this episode of Talking Apes, Richard is joined by Max Cervantes and Kevin Toft of The Max EFX podcast. Talking Apes continues the series of episodes where they break down and give commentary on unproduced live-action Planet of the Apes TV scripts. In the last episodes, Richard and Mark Oguschewitz reviewed two of Rod Serling’s unproduced scripts, ‘Episode I’ and ‘Episode II.’ Now Richard, Max and Kevin cover the third unproduced script, ‘A Fallen God’, written by Anthony Lawrence who co-wrote the Apes TV episode, 'The Deception.’ ‘A Fallen God,’ script - March 2, 1973 (Three months before the release of ‘Battle for the Planet of the Apes’) Script link to follow along ‘A Fallen God’ Story Overview Galen inadvertently sells Alan and Kovack to a local farmer after he is put on the spot as to who they were. On the farm, Alan and Kovack sees the patriarch, Telemon, and his family worshipping an object which turns out to be a radio transmitter. Alan and Kovack must find a way to get to it since that might be a way to communicate to other humans. But, a human-fearing busy-body preacher named Syrinx is catching wind of these smart humans and must put an end to these destructive animals who will once again destroy the planet. Read along, listen along, and Go Ape! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
115 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
TALKING APES: Unproduced TV Script, Ep 2
This episode of Talking Apes is dedicated to the bright center of the Apes fan community, Angela Rushmere, who has passed away. We, along with the many Ape fans, had numerous heartfelt comments that will be read on the show. Then in this episode we will be breaking down the 2nd unproduced Rod Serling script for the live-action Planet of the Apes TV series, Titled Episode 2. If you thought we argued last time, this will take us to UrkoTastic levels! STORY SUMMARY: Ursus and his Security Force, which includes his 15 year old son, Zonda, head out to search for Alan, Kovack and Galen and before long they find them. The renegades take off and in the heat of the chase, Alan knocks Zonda unconscious. Suddenly Alan, Kovack and Galen are aided by unseen assailants and the ape soldiers are forced to retreat. These new “friends,” who are well cultured and live underground, are curious about Alan and Kovack who have befriended an animal, Galen. They want Galen, and Zonda who was brought with them, put to death until Alan demands they are put on trial to prove they are not as barbaric as the apes. Also with this episode, Mark says his farewell due to a heavy workload and career opportunities. Since Mark is a HUGE Muppet fan we have a special segment where we find Planet of the Apes and Muppet crossovers. You probably didn’t think there were any, huh? And Dr. Zaius has been putting in his two cents about the global pandemic as seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live! And Dana Gould’s YouTube channel. (Not sure why he chose Dana Gould?) We also learn what delicious snacks Zaius enjoys. Please follow along with us. You can find the remaining three scripts at: http://potatv.kassidyrae.com/(look at the sidebar on left and go to ‘scripts and storyboards’ with the gorilla soldier icon) There were 8 stories written to be produced for the series. Only 4 are in script form and the remaining stories are just in synopsis form and can be found in Simian Scrolls issue 12: https://pota.goatley.com/scrolls/simianscrolls_12.pdf Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes| Stitcher| YouTube
91 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
The Unproduced TV Pilot - Rod Serling
Hello to all you chimps, gorillas, orangutans, Underdwellers, Kigors, shark gods and even you damn dirty humanoids. We are back with another ApeTastic episode. This time we go back to our roots and explore the Apes TV series and breakdown and discuss the unproduced Rod Serling TV pilot script. We run through the entire script for your listening pleasure and give our thoughts, debates and arguments along the way. Please follow along with us.Here is the link to the script. You can also find the remaining three scripts at: http://potatv.kassidyrae.com/(look at the sidebar on left and go to ‘scripts and storyboards’ with the gorilla soldier icon) There were 8 stories written to be produced for the series. Only 4 are in script form and the remaining stories are just in synopsis form and can be found in Simian Scrolls issue 12: https://pota.goatley.com/scrolls/simianscrolls_12.pdf Have fun with us and, Go APE!!!! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes| Stitcher| YouTube
112 minutes | Dec 24, 2019
Talking Apes: The Soundtracks - Part 2
Happy Holidays Ape fans! Just in time for your holiday break, Talking Apes is back with part 2 of the breakdown and review of La-La Land Records’, Planet of the Apes Original Film Series Soundtrack Collection. We go over each soundtrack which includes Planet of the Apes, Beneath the Planet of the Apes, Escape from the Planet of the Apes, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes and Battle for the Planet of the Apes. We give highlights, favorite track picks, and rate each score with our specialized Urko Helmet rating system. Please support La-La Land Records in keeping classic Planet of the Apes fandom alive by purchasing this new collection! This is a must-have for any Planet of the Apes fan! We also give our thoughts on Disney’s announcement that they will continue the Apes series with director Wes Ball. However, they are lean with details as to whether or not this is coming to a theatre near you or to Disney+. And we go over the recent great news from William Conlin and the release of Making Apes: The Artists Who Changed Film. All that and more on this episode of Talking Apes! Now Go Ape and Happy Holidays from Richard and Mark ‘the Mellow Kubrick’! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
59 minutes | Oct 11, 2019
Talking Apes: The Soundtracks with Jeff Bond
Talking Apes would like to dedicate this episode to a big Ape fan Vincent Blosse who passed away on 9/17/2019. Go Ape Vincent! On this episode of Talking Apes we are very excited to speak with creative consultant, Jeff Bond, who also wrote the liner notes for the new, ‘Planet of the Apes Original Film Series 5 CD Soundtrack Collection,’ from La-La Land Records. This set includes remastered scores from all 5 original films, some original soundtrack releases, and many bonus track additions! La-La Land Records saved this incredible set for their 500 release! We speak with Jeff about his Planet of the Apes fandom, his involvement with La-la Land Records going back to the Apes TV series soundtrack, and the extensive research that went into getting this collection produced. Then in our next episode coming soon, we will breakdown and review each of the soundtracks included in this collection. And, what would a Roddy McDowall/Adam West odd couple buddy cop TV series be like? Please support La-La land records in keeping classic Planet of the Apes fandom alive by purchasing this new collection! This is a must-have for any Planet of the Apes fan! https://lalalandrecords.com/planet-of-the-apes-original-film-series-soundtrack-collection-limited-edition-5-cd-box-set/ Now Go Ape!!!! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
98 minutes | Jun 6, 2019
Talking Apes: Making Apes: The Artists Who Changed Film - L.A. Premiere
This episode of Talking Apes is dedicated to Apes fan, cosplayer, and friend, Angela Gibbons. Hello to all you Chimps, gorillas, orangutans and even you damn dirty humanoids! We are back and this time Talking Apes attended the Los Angeles premiere of Making Apes: The Artists Who Changed Film. We have reactions from those who were there that night such as director, William Conlin; Lou Wagner (Lucius), fans, and an extra who appeared in Battle for the Planet of the Apes - John Landis! Richard and Mark also share their spoiler free reactions to this film with many heartfelt moments. And listen to how YOU can help get Making Apes seen on streaming and pay services. We also hear from MUCKYCHRIS.COM about their awesome 3D printed Planet of the Apes busts and sculptures. If you ever wanted a Zaius buddha, you’re now in luck! In Listen To The Apes, we read your feedback and discuss whether we will drop future conversation about the Gary Dubin conspiracy, or DubinGate (I think you know the answer). Now Go Ape! Just don’t Go Monkey..
86 minutes | Mar 26, 2019
Talking Apes: Talking Tim Burton's Apes
On this episode we’re going to acknowledge and review the Tim Burton’s 2001, Planet of the Apes reboot/reimagining/remake (you decide)! So welcome back to all you Chimps, gorillas, orangutans and even you damn dirty Humanoids! For this Urko-sized task of tackling this film, we brought in reinforcements: Max Cervantes (Ape cosplayer) and Dean Preston (Simian Scrolls fanzine). We also read many of your comments from our Facebook post threatening we were going to do this. I know what you’re thinking, however, the results may surprise you. As Zaius once said, don’t look for it, you may not like what you find. To balance out Burton’s Apes film with the classic Apes, we recorded this episode from the actual Planet of the Apes film and TV shooting locations at Malibu Creek State Park. After our recording, we ventured out and visited the spots where many iconic scenes took place. Fortunately the fires that took place just weeks before didn’t destroy these landmarks. Look for the location hunt video on the Skywalking Through Neverland Youtube channel. Now Go Ape!
66 minutes | Dec 18, 2018
Talking Apes: Dana Gould
Talking Apes talks with Dana Gould! Happy Holidays to all you Chimps, gorillas, orangutans and even you damn dirty Humanoids! We want to Welcome you once again to Talking Apes! This is your Planet of the Apes podcast where we spotlight the classic Apes era. We talk with authors, actors, the fan community, and we have also broken down each episode of the live and action and animated Planet of the Apes TV Series. On this episode we will be speaking with none other than writer, producer, Ape-fanatic, and author of Planet of the Apes: Visionaries - Dana Gould! Dana just adapted Rod Serling’s original Apes script into a graphic novel from BOOM! Studios. We talk fandom, films, and about his alter-ego, Dr. Zaius! Richard and Mark share stories of Planet of the Apes Christmas gifts of years past as well as what is available from the classic Apes era this year from BOOM! Studios, WETA Workshop and more.
56 minutes | Oct 19, 2018
Talking Apes: J.W. Rinzler
Hello to all you Chimps, gorillas, orangutans and even you damn dirty Humanoids! Welcome back to Talking Apes! On this episode we feature an interview with author J.W. Rinzler about his NEW book, The Making of the Planet of the Apes. This has been a huge year for classic Planet of the Apes. In February the Ape community kicked off the 50th Anniversary with screenings and lots of new merchandise including graphic novels and books. One such book is the long-awaited, The Making of Planet of the Apes, by author JW Rinzler which is set for release 10/23 by Harper Collins. With a foreword by Fraser Heston, Charlton Heston's son, The Making of Planet of the Apes is an entertaining, informative experience that will transport readers back to the strange alternate Earth ruled by apes, and bring to life memorable characters such as Cornelius, Dr. Zira, Dr. Zaius, and Taylor, whose time-traveling sparks an incredible adventure. Meticulously researched and designed to capture the look and atmosphere of the film, The Making of Planet of the Apes is also packed with a wealth of concept paintings, storyboards, and never-before-seen imagery—including rare journal pages and sketches from Charlton Heston's private collection—as well as color and black-and-white unit photography, posters, and more unique ephemera. Comprehensive in scope, The Making of Planet of the Apes is the definitive look at the original blockbuster film, a must-have for fans, film buffs, and collectors alike. And yes, there is a Felix Silla/Gary Dubin discussion included in our conversation with JW Rinzler. Now Go Ape!
126 minutes | Sep 19, 2018
TALKING APES: 50th Anniversary Coverage
We welcome you back to Talking Apes with a BANG and the Planet of the Apes 50th Anniversary! We hope everyone has had a great summer! We spent the past few months attending Apes panels and book signings so we could share with you apes here and now. Planet of the Apes 50th Anniversary In this episode, we discuss the Planet of the Apes 50th Anniversary events, screenings and panels held at USC for their Visions and Voices series that ran from February to August. And in case you missed them, we’ll play highlights from these events. To see them in their entirety, scroll to the bottom of these show notes to watch! We also give our spoiler-free review of the new graphic novel from BOOM! Studios, Planet of the Apes: Visionaries. This original Rod Sterling script was Adapted by comedian/actor/Ape-Fanatic, Dana Gould, and artist Chad Lewis, into a never-before-seen story. See for yourself if this adaptation resembles the original film we all know and love, or the animated Return to the Planet of the Apes with the use of higher tech modes of transportation. And….. Once again when we have to break a promise. We posted on several Apes FB groups that we were going to review the 2001 Tim Burton film. But after several meetings with ourselves we thought it was too much to cram into one show. We guarantee it is coming! Now, Go Ape! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
105 minutes | May 1, 2018
Talking Apes: Monsterpalooza!
Hello to all you chimps, gorillas, orangutans and even you damn dirty Humanoids! Talking Apes is back from their amazing time at the biggest celebration of horror, Monsterpalooza! This creature-fest was held in Pasadena over the April 13-15 weekend and we got sooooooo much great stuff to share with you apes. We recorded discussions with: Cast and Crew of Making Apes including Lou Wagner (Lucius in Planet of the Apes), William Conlin (director) and Tom Burman (make-up legend) David Naughton (Dr. Stole from The Surgeon episode of the live action series, David Kessler in American Werewolf in London) Los Angeles Ape City Costume group Bobby Porter ...And a special surprise reunion! We know we said on our last 2 episodes that we were going to cover the Planet of the Apes 50th Anniversary screenings and events held during USC’s Visions and Voices program, and trust us we will. There have just been so much happening in Apes fandom that is timely such as the documentary, Making Apes! Speaking of which, have you contributed? The campaign just extended its run until May 20th. Many great incentives, just go to indiegogo.com for more details and to drop a few bucks! Now Go Ape! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
61 minutes | Mar 20, 2018
Making Apes - The Indiegogo incentives!
“Somewhere out there, there has got to be something greater than man!” There is, Taylor! And that something is Talking Apes! Whether he meant actual talking apes or just this podcast we want to welcome everyone back to your Planet of the Apes podcast! I know we said on our last episode we were going to cover the Planet of the Apes 50th Anniversary screenings just held at USC in Los Angeles, and we will. But as we continue to compile that episode, We wanted to bring you our conversation with filmmaker William Conlin regarding his upcoming documentary, Making Apes: The Artists Who Changed Films, a documentary that features stories from a large array of artist involved in bringing the Planet of the Apes universe to life. Everything from the films to the live-action TV show! The last time we had a documentary that focused on the Apes of the classic days was to commemorate the 30th Anniversary. It was called Behind the Planet of the Apes and it premiered on AMC and can also be found on the DVD box set. Now as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary, William Conlin is very close to finishing, and he is with us now to tell you about how you can help finish this project and earn yourselves some exciting incentives! Just head over to indiegogo.com starting March 21, 2018! We also get into some interesting feedback. Some good, some just missing the point on our goal with the show. Now Go Ape! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
92 minutes | Feb 8, 2018
Talking Apes: Bobby Porter, actor
Talking Apes is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the original Planet of the Apes film by releasing this special episode on the same release date of February 8! Actor Bobby Porter steps into the Apes studio/living room to talk with us about his career including his big scene as Cornelius in Battle for the Planet of the Apes where he comes face-to-face with gorilla general, Aldo. He also goes behind-the-scenes working on the live-action Apes TV series as two characters, Arno (Escape from Tomorrow) and Remus (The Good Seeds). Then finally we get to the bottom of the Felix Silla/Gary Dubin debate! Who played that gorilla child in Apes? This may be the answer we’ve been looking for...or is it? We also share ways of celebrating the y\Year of the Ape! USC Visions and Voices in Los Angeles is presenting all 5 original Ape films starting with the Planet of the Apes on Feb. 9 which will also feature a legacy panel full of writers, directors, make-up artists and actors from the original and current Ape films. Screening of the sequels continue through Feb. 28. The USC School of Cinematic Arts has partnered with 20th Century Fox to host an exclusive exhibit titled, "50 Years of POTA!" A vast collection of props, costumes and photos will also be on display from Jan. 26-May 13th at the Hugh Hefner Exhibit Hall which is in the lobby of the George Lucas building on the USC campus. For more info go to visionsandvoices.usc.edu BOOM! Studios and Twentieth Century Consumer Products have just released on Jan. 3rd, PLANET OF THE APES: URSUS, a 6 issue graphic novel series about the classic franchise’s most notorious villain. the series will follow the rise through the ranks of the ape who has hated (and feared) mankind the most, including what first brought him to the Forbidden Zone. This is the first project from BOOM! Studios as part of their yearlong celebration of the franchise’s 50th anniversary. Now Go Ape! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
73 minutes | Dec 8, 2017
Guest: Andrew E.C. Gaska, author
Happy Holidays Ape Fans! Welcome back to our new Talking Apes TV spin-off! For those of you who are just finding us let me catch you up: Talking Apes TV just recapped and broke down each episode of the live action and animated POTA TV series. But now since there are no more TV shows to argue over, we are branching off to talk with authors, actors and those in the Ape fan community. In this episode we have a great discussion with E.C. Gaska, author of the short story ‘The Unknown Ape’ from ‘Planet of the Apes: Tales from the Forbidden Zone’. He is also the author of the graphic novel, ‘Conspiracy of the Planet of the Apes’. E.C. was currently tasked by Fox to straighten out the official Apes timelines for a more cohesive universe that contains many alternate “lanes”. If you’ve read ‘The Unknown Ape’, you’ll agree that FOX chose the right man! We also read some emails from the Apes listeners who help us choose a name for this spin-off show since we are no longer just talking about the Apes TV series. And listener Mark De Vattimo sends us a holiday gift with an Apes inspired song, ‘Pianetta Della Schimmie’ from his band, Psychonaut! And always remember, Apes Together Strong! Now Go Ape! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
43 minutes | Oct 23, 2017
Talking Apes TV Special: Dean Preston - Simian Scrolls
Hey Hey Ape fans! Talking Apes TV is back with our new ‘SPECIALS’ episodes! Even though we covered both Planet Of The Apes TV series we thought we would now branch out and get to know the people involved in the films, TV shows and from the fan communities. We have lots of guests already lined up and can’t wait share our discussions. So for our first Talking Apes TV Special we have someone from the Apes fan community. For those longing for more content on the original films, shows and cast and crew stories, new material can be few and far between these days. Unless you head over to Hunter’s Planet Of The Apes Archive and pour over their great fanzine - Simian Scrolls. Simian Scrolls include interviews, articles, comic strips and so much more! Here with us to talk Apes is one of the Simian Scrolls writer’s, Dean Preston! Enjoy and GO APE!
79 minutes | Jul 24, 2017
TALKING APES TV: Return to the Planet of the Apes Series Wrap-Up and WAR Review!
Hey Hey Ape fans! Welcome to the Return to the Planet of the Apes series wrap-up debriefing show. Join Richard and Mark as they give their favorite and least favorite episodes, guilty pleasures and most controversial moments between Mark and Richard as they argue over ice mountains, pigs, vampires and puddle sizes! This episode also covers recent speculations over the Gary Dubin/Felix Silla debate and how Battle for the Planet of the Apes plays into all this. We also review the short story, ‘The Unknown Ape’ - by Andrew EC Gaska, from Planet of the Apes: Tales from the Forbidden Zone. WIthout giving anything away, this story features characters from both the Apes TV series and the films! Great story that answers lots of timeline questions. We couldn’t leave off without our thoughts about War For The Planet Of The Apes, the third film in the new Apes theatrical films. Judging by the box office number lots of Ape fans have seen the film. Just in case you hadn’t, we keep it as spoiler-free as possible. With that, Talking Apes TV will be going on hiatus. We covered everything we could when it came to Apes on TV. But we will be back as we’re sure there are more classic Ape stories to cover. And we will be leaving our Facebook page up to stay in touch. We want to thank all you Apes fans for listening and sharing your feedback with each episode. We also want to thank Angela Rushmere for taking care of our Facebook page, Rob Dehlinger for composing our theme song as well as the specialized jingles used in the show and Sarah Woloski for creating the artwork and posting the shows for you to hear. Now Go Ape and remember Ape Fans Together Strong! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
103 minutes | Jun 19, 2017
TALKING APES TV: Battle of the Titans
Hey Hey Ape fans! This is it! The final episode in the Return to the Planet of the Apes animated series. Join Richard and Mark as they break down this episode, Battle of the Titans (original airdate 11/29/75)! Synopsis General Urko has been relieved of his military duties because of his recent negligence involving his leadership and the failed attempts at capturing Blue Eyes and his friends. With their main adversary out of the way, Cornelius and Zira plan to take this opportunity in telling the senate about how humans were not always subservient to apes and their original place on the planet. Lots of questions to be answered. Will they believe these two trusted chimpanzees? What will be Urko’s fate? Will there be a cliff-hanger that will leave us dangling for 42 years? Mark and Richard also discuss the short story from Planet of the Apes: Tales from the Forbidden Zone titled, ‘Who is this Man? What Sort of Devil Is He?’ by Robert Greenberger. This story takes place right after the fan-favorite episode from the live-action TV series, ‘The Trap’, and forces Urko into a deep discussion with his son. About the humans. Since they just saved Urko from the collapsed subway station, are they really the enemy? With Battle of the Titans as the last episode in the animated TV series, what will be the future for Talking Apes TV? Tune in, find out and GO APE! Contact Us Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
116 minutes | Apr 11, 2017
TALKING APES TV: Invasion of the Underdwellers
Talking Apes TV is back to cover the second to last episode in the Return to the Planet to the Apes animated series. This episode aired November 12, 1975. Show Synopsis Ape City is being burglarized! Valuable items are stolen from the Museum, Ape Archives, and from ape homes. Into the night, familiar hooded figures sneak into the cemetery where all the stolen items are hidden. In a plot twist, we see that it is Urko and his gorillas who are disguising themselves as Underdwellers in hopes of framing them and convincing Dr. Zaius to declare war on the world below. However Krador, leader of the Underdwellers, knows this secret and warns Bill, Jeff and Judy. Now they must quickly tell Zira and Cornelious who can let Zauis in on the plan so he can put a stop to it. It may be too late since Urko has already sent a barge full of explosives to destroy the underground territory of the Underdwellers. We also reveal the winner of the Planet of the Apes: Tales from the Forbidden Zone courtesy of Titan Books. If you entered to win listen to see if you were the lucky Ape. If it is you then send us a direct message on Facebook with your address and the prize is yours! Good luck to all! Now Go Ape! If you would like to contact us you can: Email: Apestv@SkywalkingThroughNeverland.com Tweet: @Skywalkingpod Facebook: Talking Apes TV Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube
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