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In what order should I watch The planet of the Apes franchise?

Star Wars is a single franchise, but Planet of the Apes doesn't work like that. First, there is : Original film series Planet of the Apes (1968) Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970) Escape from the ...
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Did Rise of the Planet of the Apes take footage from the 1968 movie?

The footage is from Apollo 8, the crew depicted are Frank Borman and Jim Lovell: Source: NASA.gov I also found a link to a stock footage film that the above image is from, which includes the still ...
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How are the astronauts where they are in the Planet of the Apes?

This is never precisely explained. In Planet of the Apes it all happens while Taylor is in stasis and he only awakes as the spacecraft is crashing. In the immediate sequel, Beneath the Planet of the ...
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Why is Caesar good in the first Planet of the Apes and bad in the 2001 film?

Why is Caesar good in the first Planet of the apes and bad in the 2001? Because both are different films and didn't serve canon to each other. Both are based on the same novels but they have ...
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In what order should I watch The planet of the Apes franchise?

As far as I'm aware, there are two suggested watching orders: 1. Release order of films: This involves watching the films in the order they were (or will be) released: 2. In-universe chronological ...
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Will I understand "War for the Planet of the Apes" if I don't watch the rest of the movies?

Planet of the Apes has been rebooted twice I believe. The older versions, you can easily pass as they have no direct relation to the movie, other than thematically (and with a few names). Regarding ...
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Did Rise of the Planet of the Apes take footage from the 1968 movie?

No In addition to JohnnyBones answer you can see that the two interiors are quite different. 1968 - Planet of the Apes 2011 - Rise of the Planet of the Apes Frankly, I doubt if the actually ...
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Did Rise of the Planet of the Apes take footage from the 1968 movie?

I don't see how they can build up to the 1968 movie, when the crew in the 1968 movie left Earth before the events of Rise of the Planet of the Apes took place. One thing that has always frustrated ...
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What is the significance of the ape movies in X-Files S10E02: Founder's Mutation

In season 10 at the hospital it plays a scene on the tv where the female ape is giving birth to baby milo whos name is later on changed to "caesar". In this film ceasars parents pass on to ceasar the ...
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Planet of the Apes the original movies time discrepancy

There are known issues with the Apes timelines. At the time there was a distinct attempt to make it chronological, and the first 3 movies make a decent run at it, but since then people have dissected ...
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Planet of the Apes the original movies time discrepancy

If Beneath the Planet of the Apes must happen after Planet of the Apes one or both of the chronometer readings must be incorrect, by at least 23 years. If the two movies happen in different alternate ...
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In what order should I watch The planet of the Apes franchise?

If you've never seen the movies, I'd recommend watching them in their release order, but with the film chronology, it seems this is really the truer order of events for the storyline, to me, if you ...
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