Apes Miscellany

Brazilian Apes

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Brazilian Apes fan Saulo Adami has published a second book: Diários de Hollywood: Um brasileiro no Planeta dos Macacos, which translates as Diaries of Hollywood: A Brazilian on the Planet of the Apes. The book chronicles Adami's visits to the U.S. to meet with Apes fans, actors, and creators. The cover image shows Adami in ape makeup by Bill Blake. The book contains both Portuguese and English text.

To purchase a copy, send email to Luiz Saulo Adami.


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Brazilian Apes fans Saulo Adami and Eduardo Torelli have both written books about the Apes phenomenon in Brazil. Thanks to both Saulo and Eduardo for sending copies of their books to me!

The title of Saulo Adami's book translates as, The Only Good Human Is a Dead Human.

The title of Eduardo Torelli's book translates as, When Apes Ruled the Earth.

Wonder Woman Episode with Chambers ape

 

The 1976 episode of Wonder Woman entitled "Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua" featured a gorilla makeup obviously based on the John Chambers design for Planet of the Apes.

Click on the image or click here to view captures from the episode.

 

Beneath the Planet of the Apes art

 

Rory contributed this artwork from one of his Beneath the Planet of the Apes posters.

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2005 Planet of the Apes Calendar


2005 Calendar by John Oberhauser
Word document  |  Adobe PDF document

MegoCon 2004 Photos


Photos from MegoCon 2004 by Greg Plonowski

Apes Maze


Apes Maze from an old puzzle book
The Solution
(Thanks to Chris Lawless for the scans!)

Bruce Smeaton on Jerry Goldsmith

ABC 666 23/07/2004 "DRIVE" - ROD QUINN Talks with Bruce Smeaton about Jerry Goldsmith.

"Great Hollywood film composer Jerry Goldsmith has died.

Mr Goldsmith composed the scores for over 300 films and TV shows, including Planet of the Apes, Basic Instinct, The Waltons, Star Trek, Poltergeist, Rambo, Chinatown, The Omen and Alien. Australian film composer Bruce Smeaton says the Hollywood music nearly collapsed at one point, and Mr Goldsmith helped re-invent the composition of soundtracks. Mr Goldsmith was able to create mood through his often abstract soundtracks. Romantic comedies were struck from Mr Goldsmith's list of work. Mr Smeaton says Mr Goldsmith was a pioneer in television music. Mr Smeaton personally knew Mr Goldsmith, and wrote over 2000 TV jingles in Hollywood. Mr Smeaton worked on the scores for films including: The Chant of Jimmy Blacksmith, A Town Like Alice, The Cars that Ate Paris, Seven Little Australians and Picnic at Hanging Rock. Mr Smeaton talks about working on film and television scores in Australia and America."

Aaron Perryman
Media Monitors Australia Pty Ltd

Download an MP3 of this interview

MP3 courtesy of Michael Whitty!


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