A female scientist and two children are accidentally transported into a future dominated by primates.
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Reiko Tokunaga ...
 Kazuko Izumi
Hiroko Saito ...
 Yurika
Masaaki Kaji ...
 Jirô Sakaki
Tetsuya Ushio ...
 Gôdo
Kazue Takita ...
 Pepe
Baku Hatakeyama ...
 Gebâ
Wataru Ômae ...
 Cabinet Minister Bippu
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Hiroyuki Kawase
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A female scientist and two children are accidentally transported into a future dominated by primates.

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Edited into Time of the Apes (1987) See more »

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Dokoka de Ai ga
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Composed by Toshiaki Tsushima
Lyrics by Motoharu Abe
Sung by Toshiko Fujita
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Wonderful Planet of the Apes Knock-Off
30 December 2014 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Amazingly this Japanese series has yet to be released to the US in any home video format (except for its heavily butchered US version Time of the Apes, which was released on VHS in 1988). It's a wonderfully complex series which depicts the apes in a technologically advanced society as in Pierre Boulle's original Planet of the Apes novel, one year before the animated aeries Return to the Planet of the Apes did. I have the full TV series on DVD from Japan. Unfortunately the DVD box set doesn't contain any subtitles, but I'm able to follow along thanks to an episode guide I found online. So many subplots are eliminated from the justifiably berated Time of the Apes that most people are unaware of how good the series really is. Planet of the Apes (1974), Saru no Gundan/Army of the Apes (1974-1975), and Return to the Planet of the Apes (1975) are such different TV watching experiences that I find them all equally good. I hope one day it can be released in its entirety in the US.


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Very interesting Apes series, need subtitles! Mandemus
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