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Beneath the Planet of the Apes
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Directed By
Ted Post

Written By:
Paul Dehn

Cast:
James Franciscus, Kim Hunter, Maurice Evans, Charlton Heston, James Gregory, Natalie Trundy, Jeff Corey, Linda Harrison, Victor Buono, Paul Richards, Thomas Gomez, David Watson, David Watson

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Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
October 10th, 2009

Favorite Movie Quote: "Man is evil! Capable of nothing but destruction!"

Quite often Hollywood rushed to capitalize on a winner and they are too quick to put something on film. The result is a sequel like this one. It wasn't even a contender.

If you like the Planet of the Apes story, then you are going to watch just because it is entertaining. You like the message of the films, and it did get a bit stranger in this one.

James Franciscus heads on the trail of Taylor (Charlton Heston) to see what happened. He is soon pursued by apes, who have become more aggressive. He gets saved by Taylor's girl, Nova (Linda Harrison), a sight for sore eyes.

Franciscus find that there are people living under the city of New York. They are advanced and use their minds to communicate and to control. They can even keep their hands clean by getting their enemies to kill each other. They worship an atomic missile. The thing that got them in the fix they are in becomes their god. Go figure.

Worth watching, but not spectacular.

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