Win the The Planet of the Apes Video collection
Saturday 30 January 1999
This year Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment release the apes!
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of cinema's greatest and most memorable sci-fi
series, a special commemorative Planet of the Apes collection featuring all five "ape" films will be available on video. In addition the original film that started it all,
the science-fiction Oscar-winning masterpiece Planet of the Apes will also be available to buy separately in full screen and widescreen. We are giving away 5
commemorative box sets of the ape saga and the next 20 names to be drawn
randomly will receive a copy of the first film in the set 'The Planet of the Apes'. Send your name and address on a postcard to Planet of the Apes Promotion, PO Box 4020, London E14 5BW by 8 February 1999 and you could be a winner.
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