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LEGACY PANELS AT USC | USC EXHIBIT | PLANET OF THE FANS

Planet of the Apes 50th Anniversary

Legacy Exhibit at USC

USC Exhibit

The USC School of Cinematic Arts partnered with 20th Century Fox Film to host an exclusive exhibit and retrospective celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Planet of the Apes franchise titled 50 Years of Planet of the Apes. The exhibit featured a vast collection of props, costumes, photos, posters and artwork from across all iterations of the longstanding franchise in the Hugh Hefner Exhibition Hall at USC. 50 Years of Planet of the Apes was funded by USC Visions & Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative.

Caesar, Zaius, Cornelius, and Zira

This was my favorite part of the exhibit. Not just because of the amazing costumes, but also because I still have that very trashcan in my office.

Caesar bust

Life-size bust used as a photo reference during filming (apologies for the reflections).

Thade costume

Thade (Tim Roth) costume from Planet of the Apes (2001) (again, apologies for the reflections).

Attar costume

Attar (Michael Clark Duncan) costume from Planet of the Apes (2001).

Ape costumes

Chimp costumes from Planet of the Apes (2001).

PotA Makeup

PotA Makeup

PotA Makeup

PotA Makeup

Make-up molds and prosthetics from the classic series.

chess board

Chess board and pieces from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

PotA Tools

PotA Weapons

Tool and weapon props used in the new series.

PotA Toys

A selection of toys, games, and action figures from over the years.

Autographed Poster

Autographed poster from the exhibit. Amazing to be included in such great company!


YouTuber Romina provided an excellent video tour of the exhibit.