- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline: All new! The revolt of the apes. The most awesome spectacle in the annals of science fiction!
- Genres: Action, Science Fiction
- Release Date: 1972-06-29
- Runtime: 88.0 min
- Budget: $1.7 million
- Revenue: $9.7 million
- Production Companies: 20th Century Fox, APJAC Productions
Cast & Crew
Roddy McDowall, Don Murray, Ricardo Montalban, Hari Rhodes, Severn Darden, Lou Wagner, Natalie Trundy, John Randolph, Asa Maynor, Joyce Haber, H.M. Wynant, David Chow, Buck Kartalian, John Dennis, Paul Comi, Gordon Jump, Dick Spangler, Hector Soucy, James Bacon, Rayford Barnes, William Bryant, Jean Byron, Sam Chew Jr.-Francis De Sales, Peter Eastman, Erin Fleming, Daniel Keough, Ron Pinkard, Jeffrey Sayre, Ruth Foster
Synopsis – What to Expect from “Conquest of the Planet of the Apes”
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes is a 1972 science fiction film directed by J. Lee Thompson. The fourth installment in the Planet of the Apes franchise, it stars Roddy McDowall, Don Murray, Ricardo Montalban, Natalie Trundy, and Hari Rhodes.
The film is set in a future world where intelligent apes have been enslaved by humans. Caesar, the son of the original intelligent apes from the first film, is the leader of a revolutionary movement to free the apes from their bondage. He leads a revolt against the oppressive human regime, and eventually succeeds in overthrowing the government and establishing a new ape-led society.
The film begins with a group of apes being captured by the police and taken to a zoo. Caesar, who is among the captives, is adopted by Governor Breck, a cruel and ruthless leader who is determined to keep the apes in captivity. Breck’s plan is to use the apes as slaves to replace the human workforce.
Meanwhile, Caesar begins to organize a rebellion among the apes, which soon leads to a full-scale revolt. Caesar and his followers are able to take control of the city and establish an ape-led society. Despite Breck’s attempts to regain control, Caesar is able to keep his people safe and free.
The film ends with Caesar proclaiming that the apes have conquered the planet, and that they will now live in peace and harmony. As the apes celebrate
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