Planet of the Apes: Season 1, Episode 5

The Legacy (11 Oct. 1974)

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Burke and Verdon discover a holographic message from scientists from their own time, which might help them find out what happened to their world, while they are exploring the ruins of a city.

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Burke and Verdon discover a holographic message from scientists from their own time, which might help them find out what happened to their world, while they are exploring the ruins of a city.

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Planet of the Bland, Flat Lighting
1 January 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Another lame episode in which our heroes travel to a ruined city where they find a still operating (at least for awhile) super computer that promises to tell them what happened to human society and where all the scientific knowledge of their civilization is stored.

Looking suspiciously like the same city they went to in "The Trap", this episode like the rest suffers from flat, pumped up lighting that creates no atmosphere or mood whatsoever. Sets look like sets, not actual ruins. Not even if you squint. The script is pretty weak and the acting hits a new low thanks to the efforts of the young boy who acts as a traitor, turning in Burke for a day's rations.


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