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“The Men Who Sent Us On This Journey Are Long Since Dead”: Shifting Masculinities in ‘Planet of the Apes’ (1968)

The Planet of the Apes series is one of the longest running and most lucrative franchises, one that spawned four sequels, two television series, book tie-ins, several comic runs, a remake, and two prequels (with another on its way). 2,074 more words

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My first piece for Manoscopy:

Muir Woods National Monument

Last week I had the pleasure of having one of my favorite people here in Sacramento visiting. While Sacramento is awesome, having people over is a great excuse to explore different things in the area. 670 more words

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Digging Deeper - Planet of the Apes (1968)

The screenplay for “Planet of the Apes” (1968), adapted loosely from the 1963 novel “La Planête des Singes” by Pierre Boulle, was written by Michael Wilson & Rod Sterling. 950 more words

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Lake Abbé, Djibouti

Arriving precisely nowhere, our tarmac road out of Djibouti would eventually come to a juddering halt, petering out in the middle of the desert.

We had followed the convoys of articulated lorries, hauling goods from Djibouti’s huge port, out of the city. 787 more words

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“The Men Who Sent Us On This Journey Are Long Since Dead”: Shifting Masculinities in ‘Planet of the Apes’ (1968)

The Planet of the Apes series is one of the longest running and most lucrative franchises, one that spawned four sequels, two television series, book tie-ins, several comic runs, a remake, and two prequels (with another on its way). 2,074 more words

Film/TV