See also: Timelines
Planet of the Apes TimelineEdit
|Alpha is killed while trying to protect his troop from humans. His mate later known as Bright Eyes is taken to Gen-Sys Laboratories to be a test subject and is secretly pregnant with their son who will later be known as Caesar.
Caesar is born to Bright Eyes at Gen-Sys Laboratories. Not long after his birth, Bright Eyes goes on a rampage trying to protect her newborn son which is unknown to the humans. It is later revealed by Robert Franklin and Will Rodman that Bright Eyes was only trying to protect her baby.
|Rise of the Planet of the Apes|
- March 4: Soundtrack composer Leonard Rosenman passes away. Rosenman scored Beneath the Planet of the Apes and Battle for the Planet of the Apes.
- March 7th-9th: Actor Marc Singer appears at MegaCon in Orlando, Florida. Singer played the role of Dalton in the 1974 Planet of the Apes episode "The Gladiators".
- May 26: Soundtrack composer Earle Hagen passes away in Rancho Mirage. Hagen composed the score for the Planet of the Apes television episodes "The Legacy" and "Tomorrow's Tide".
- June 15: Visual effects artist Stan Winston passes away. Between about 1995 and 2000, Winston developed animatronic Apes for a projected Planet of the Apes movie, which were ultimately unused.
- December 5: Actress Beverly Garland passes away. Garland featured in the Planet of the Apes television series episode "The Interrogation", as Wanda.
- December: Hasslein Books publishes Rich Handley's Timeline of the Planet of the Apes: The Definitive Chronology.