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26 February 2002 (USA) See more »
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Cast

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Erin Brown ... Commander Gaylor (as Misty Mundae)
Darian Caine ... Uvula

Debbie Rochon ... Dr. Cornholeous

Anoushka ... Lt. Pushkintucushkin
Sharon Engert ... Lt. Fornication
Shelby Taylor ... Barbarian Queen
Dan Schwab ... Ape with pink fur
John Bacchus ... Captain Laid (as Zachary W. Snygg)

Terry M. West ... Ape Soldier #1
John Brady ... Ape Soldier #2
Larry Wellman ... Ape Lieutenant
E.J. Mays ... Ape
Kriss Kross ... Ape
Stephen Steel ... Ape
Bill Leighton ... Ape
Bob Serio ... Ape
Skippy D ... Ape
Pete Jacelone ... Ape

John Link ... The Missing Link
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Paul Fedele ... Heston (uncredited)
John B. Watt ... Scarecrow (uncredited)

Directed by
John Bacchus 
 
Writing credits
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John Bacchus  screenplay
John Paul Fedele  (as Clancy Fitzsimmons)
Joseph Ned 
Debbie Rochon 

Produced by
Michael Raso .... executive producer (as Michael Beckerman)
Justin Wingenfeld .... line producer (as Christian Wright)
 
Cinematography by
John Paul Fedele  (as Giorgy Benaskovich)
 
Film Editing by
George Freeway 
 
Makeup Department
Christine Domaniecki .... special makeup effects artist (as Christine Domaniccki)
Michael R. Thomas .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Terry M. West .... production manager
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jack Galapagos .... assistant camera
Barry Page .... second assistant camera
 
Editorial Department
Bruce Goldstein .... telecine colorist
Michael Raso .... telecine supervisor (as Michael L. Raso)
 
Music Department
John Paul Fedele .... composer: title theme (as John P. Fedele)
Kevin Neblung .... composer: title theme
 
Other crew
John Paul Fedele .... title designer: main titles (as John P. Fedele)
Pete Jacelone .... production assistant
Duane Polcou .... production assistant
Michael Raso .... title designer: main titles (as Michael L. Raso)
Gary M. Shinn .... production assistant
Frank Terranova .... production assistant
John B. Watt .... production assistant
Cindy Wright .... production assistant
Rick Wright .... production assistant
 

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89 min
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Producer Michael Raso was in the telecine room with colorist Bruce Goldstein conducting the film transfer when the session was stopped by the terrorist attacks on the USA of 11 September 2001.See more »
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Captain Laid:These humans can't rock!See more »
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Referenced in Raising the Stakes (2005)See more »

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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Okay..., 12 November 2003
Author: TheGreenSaga from United States

I was at my sister's house in Queens, staying the night, and I happened to be browsing through the channels. Cinemax, forever known as Skinemax, happened to be playing this movie.

It was.... interesting.

I happened to stay tuned throughout most of the film, every once in a while just finding the need to shut it off and read George Gipe's adaptation of Gremlins.

It was funny, and I'm being honest. It was so ridiculous that it was pretty funny. The guys in the ape suits were so incredibly cheesy that they made no effort to cover it up. There's a scene at the end where one of the girl puts on one of the ape masks, just so anyone at home who hasn't figured it out already will know that they are only masks.

So there were sex scenes, then apes talking, then more sex scenes, then apes dancing, then more sex scenes, then apes fighting.

You will not find much pleasure in this movie unless you have a severe Furry fettish.

The best part of the movie was the disco-ball spaceship at the end. I mean, come on. You can't beat that. It's just funny. They didn't even spend any time bluescreening it. It was just a disco ball matted onto the background with some sort of blue light around it.

If you're a porno addict, then I guess enjoy yourself (but not too much), but beware of guys in ape suits.

If you like bad movies, then watch this right after you watch Manos and Plan 9.

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