Talking Apes is back from their amazing time at the biggest celebration of horror, Monsterpalooza! A creature-fest of epic proportions.
Hello to all you chimps, gorillas, orangutans and even you damn dirty Humanoids! Talking Apes is back from their amazing time at the biggest celebration of horror, Monsterpalooza! This creature-fest was held in Pasadena over the April 13-15 weekend and we got sooooooo much great stuff to share with you apes.
Talking Apes: Monsterpalooza!
This creature-fest was held in Pasadena over the April 13-15 weekend and we recorded discussions with:
- Cast and Crew of Making Apes including Lou Wagner (Lucius in Planet of the Apes), William Conlin (director) and Tom Burman (make-up legend)
- David Naughton (Dr. Stole from The Surgeon episode of the live action series, David Kessler in American Werewolf in London)
- Los Angeles Ape City Costume group
- Bobby Porter
- …And a special surprise reunion!
We know we said on our last 2 episodes that we were going to cover the Planet of the Apes 50th Anniversary screenings and events held during USC’s Visions and Voices program, and trust us we will. There have just been so much happening in Apes fandom that is timely such as the documentary, Making Apes! Speaking of which, have you contributed? The campaign just extended its run until May 20th. Many great incentives, just go to indiegogo.com for more details and to drop a few bucks!
Now Go Ape!
If you like this episode, check out the previous one!
This podcast explores the unsung Planet Of The Apes live-action television series and animated series from the early 1970s. We’ll see if and why they still stand up after 40 years. Talking Apes TV is brought to you by your Skywalking Through Neverland friends, Richard Woloski and Mark Oguschewitz. They’re also lifelong Planet of the Apes fans with a wealth of knowledge about the franchise that will amaze you. Every episode of Talking Apes TV will delve into one episode of a Planet of the Apes television series. There will also be plenty of quotes, audio and also social commentary pulled from each show. Expect funny pop culture references, of course, and in-depth analysis in each episode.
We hope you enjoy checking out these niche 70s sci-fi shows too! Follow along with Talking Apes TV–-only on the RetroZap Podcast Network!