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* [[Wikipedia:King Brothers Productions|King Brothers Productions]] begins development of a movie based on the book, employing [[Rod Serling]] to write a script treatment. Serling leaves the project because of the budget suggested by King Brothers.
 
* [[Wikipedia:King Brothers Productions|King Brothers Productions]] begins development of a movie based on the book, employing [[Rod Serling]] to write a script treatment. Serling leaves the project because of the budget suggested by King Brothers.
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* Producer [[Arthur P. Jacobs]] and British director [[J. Lee Thompson]] enter partnership to pitch the concept to movie studios.
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* '''December 24''': [[20th Century Fox]] head of production [[Richard D. Zanuck]] reviews a budget proposal for the picture and decides that it is too expensive. J. Lee Thompson leaves the project.
   
 
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Revision as of 02:17, 26 January 2011

This page chronicles events that take place in the year 1963.


See also: Timelines.

Planet of the Apes Timeline


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Production Timeline

  • June: The first English-language version of Boulle's book is published by 'Vanguard Press' of New York, USA, from a translation by Xan Fielding.
  • King Brothers Productions begins development of a movie based on the book, employing Rod Serling to write a script treatment. Serling leaves the project because of the budget suggested by King Brothers.
  • December 24: 20th Century Fox head of production Richard D. Zanuck reviews a budget proposal for the picture and decides that it is too expensive. J. Lee Thompson leaves the project.




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