Planet of the Apes General Ursus Costume Complete with Wrist & Cuffs
This vest is made with high quality Grade A Synthetic Leather with double stitching for durability. It has been painstakingly put together to capture all the details from the original costume, like the small metal plates, glyphs on the chest and string attached shoulder pads. The vest has a polyester + satin inside lining. We take deep pride in our products if you are not satisfied you can return the jacket within 30 days of receiving the jacket, please read the return policy for further details.
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Planet of the Apes Summary
In this way, a group of shirtless people look at the horizon. People were attacked on horseback with a group of gorillas by guns. Then we see the gorillas making dead dead carcasses and discussing what to do with the bodies. A gorilla questions the behavior of his comrades, who discard carcasses without using skins or meat.
The story goes to General Ursus, who returns from the hunt, and eats alone and silently before leaving to join a group of gorillas and a council meeting. The internal monologue of General Ursus labels the politicians and academics of his kind as enemies. The group of military leaders arrive as Chancellor Inez says. Taemis, who introduced he is interested in the problem of scarcity and low food resources. Dr. Taemis admits that the human consumption of gorillas leads to famine. Dr. Taemis offers to separate the money and resources from the army and raise the soldiers to a farm.
General Ursus loses his patience and confronts the council. He blames people for their inadequacies and calls on the council to endorse a military campaign to aggressively kill people. General Ursus abandons the council in anger. The inner monologue raises the question of whether the people or the municipality posed a greater threat to the survival of the gorillas.
Later, a soldier, Moench, General Ursus, warned about a strange man they recently caught. Ursus thanks Moench and tells him that this species is the most cruel and cunning; The man was black. The black man's place causes memories for Ursus. He recalls a time in the history of the gorillas when they try to control people to death through war. They thought that fear of death would motivate people and give the gorillas a way to keep people under control. Ursus wonders why the legislator, the rulers of the gorillas, would allow people to live? The most savage people in their memories were black.
The story continues today. Ursus visits a council member. He tells the council they found a man with dark skin. Ursus Costume urges the consultant to let people be killed by using the experience of the past as evidence. General Ursus says that doing nothing can destroy the gorillas. The city council rejected the logic of Ursus fearfully and irrationally.
Meanwhile, Moench is back, with General Ursus. Taemis will follow him. They witness dark-skinned conversations in a language they understand. They believe the man called his friends. General Ursus interprets the discovery of human intelligence as proof that he has more. Ursus believes this because he calls his friends.