Planet of the Apes is the filmed version of the French novel by Pierre Boulle starring Charlton Heston as one of four astronauts to land on a foreign planet inhabited by human-like apes. A classic science fiction film from the late 60’s.
Released on the 1968-02-08
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Artefact, Astronaut, Barbary, Beach, Bondage, Cage, Chimp, Communism, Court Case, Creationism, Cryogenics, Desert, Dumb, Earth, Escape, Evolution, Experiment, Experiment with Human Beings, Faith, Future, Gehirnchirurgie, Gorilla, Horse, Human Evolution, Hunt, Hunter, Hunting Human Beings, Lake, Leap in Time, Lifeboat, Lobotomy, Monkey, Museum, NASA, Netz, Nudity, Orang Utan, Papierflieger, Pistol, Planet, Plants, Puppet, Racism, Sand, Scientist, Slave, Slavery, Socialism, Space Craft, Statue of Liberty, Stranded, Time Travel, Upbringing, Vegetarian, Violence, Walking Stick
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