- Tapa blanda: 280 páginas
- Editor: Griffin (1 de agosto de 2001)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0312252390
- ISBN-13: 978-0312252397
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Planet of the Apes Revisited: The Behind-the-Scenes Story of the Classic Science Fiction Saga (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 ago 2001
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An in-depth study of the creation of the science fiction film series combines rare behind-the-scenes photographs with information on special effects and makeup, story and screenplay developments, production details, set changes, the editing process, and the cast and crew, as well as a chapter on Tim Burton's remake of
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Joe Russo and Larry Landsman are freelance writers who met in 1974 through the enthusiasm they share for the Apes series. They began research for Planet of the Apes Revisited over fifteen years ago and have since gone on to write several pieces on the Apes saga, including features in Starlong and Sci-Fi Universe. In addition to being a devoted Apes fan, Mr. Russo enjoys a successful career as a musician. When is he not touring with his band, he resides in New Jersey. Mr. Landsman works in public relations for the entertainment industry. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, Alyson, and two sons, Jared and Justin.
Edward Gross is the author of numerous nonfiction books, including Captain's Logs: The Complete Trek Voyages, X Files: Confidential, and The Alien Nation Companion. He has also written for a variety of magazines, among them Cinefantastique, Fangoria, Comic Scenes and Premiere.
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This book, of course, goes into far more detail -- all the wonderful details we Ape fans need to know, including discussions on plot changes, how the idea for the Statue of Liberty scene came about, how the movie originally came to be made, and so on. The authors are true Ape fans just like you and me, and the book was written from that perspective, by three fanatics who grew up loving the five Ape movies.
The book also brings back wonderful memories of a simpler and special time in the late 60's, early 70's (at least from a child's perspective). The book quotes extensively from Charlton Heston's personal journals. His entries are fascinating, especially those daily entries from when the movie was being made. In a few early entries, Heston wrote that he didn't believe the film would ever get made!
A great story in the book is about that famous trial scene when the three orangutan judges did the "see no evil, speak to evil" thing, and the editors almost took that out of the movie. There is even some controversy over how the most famous ending (and greatest ending of a movie, in my opinion) came about. If you are a Planet of the Apes fan, you must have this book. Enjoy it.
This is one not just for fans of the series, but also for anyone interested in the goings-on of a Hollywood production.