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Tim Roth Signed Photo as Thade from Planet of the Apes

Tim Roth Signed Photo as Thade from Planet of the Apes

An 8" x 10" colour photograph clearly signed in blue by Tim Roth, who played the character of Thade in Planet of the Apes. This signature was obtained on 23rd October, 2003 at "The Party's Over" premiere held at Fair Fax Cinemas, LA.

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Tim Roth Signed Photo

The Sci-Fi Shop guarantees the signature on this signed photo as 100% authentic and genuine. This photograph was signed in person by Tim Roth in the presence of a representative of The Sci-Fi Shop.

Tim Roth

Simon Timothy "Tim" Roth was born on 14th May 1961 and is an English actor and film director. He is known for his roles in the films Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Made in Britain, Skellig, Planet of the Apes, The Incredible Hulk and Rob Roy for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.


General Thade was the ambitious and brutal leader (along with his gorilla friend Attar) of the Ape armies, who passionately hated all things human and wanted them exterminated. His father, who had instilled this hatred in him, knew that humans were once in charge, and Thade vowed to wipe out any resistance to ape rule. He schemed to be given absolute power by the Ape Senate. General Thade pursued Ari romantically but seemed to never progress. Thade branded Ari with the mark of human slaves after she was found gathering with human rebels in the forbidden area of Calima. Thade ruled with cruelty and lived by a Machiavellian outlook on life. Any means justified the ends to Thade. When news of a crashed spacecraft reached him he personally killed those who told him, to ensure the information remained a secret. While willing to get a pet human child for his niece, Thade himself believed the world would be a better place if all humans were killed. When the ape army was halted by the appearance of a spacepod piloted by a chimp, Thade alone rejected the idea of the second coming of the ape god Semos. He chased the chimp and was eventually locked into the control room of the deserted space station.

He was shown again in the closing scene, where Leo had returned to Earth in his own time only to find technologically-advanced apes in charge and a large statue of Thade in place of Abraham Lincoln on the Lincoln Memorial.

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