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“Planet of the ApesPlot: Charlton Heston crash-lands on a distant planet ruled by apes.”
“When you are young and your hero crash-lands in the Sahara or treks through the snows of Tibet, you do, too.”
“Runaway tells the story of a phoenix (played by model Selita Ebanks) who crash-lands on Kanye's sports car in a Czech forest.”
“Back then, a crew of astronauts crash-lands in the distant future on a planet where intelligent apes dominate humans.”
“When Galactica made its last jump and wound up crippled in orbit around the Moon, I thought this was exactly what we were going to get: Galactica crash-lands on primitive Earth while the rest of the fleet is just left out there, never to be heard from again.”
“Smallville started with a story known 'round the world: An alien crash-lands on Earth, where he's found by a couple who have been desperate, but unable to have a child.”
“Captain Lights wants to “harvest the sounds of the universe” while avenging the destruction of her planet by the evil sound-stealing Lotar when she crash-lands on a planet with no music.”
“Planetfall cast you as a lowly ensign in a space fleet whose escape pod crash-lands on a deserted planet.”
“Nigel Farage suffers minor injuries after two-seater aircraft towing Ukip banner crash-lands in Northamptonshire”
“Never mind the schools, hospitals, children's centres and whatever else – or, to cut him some slack, the time he now finds for diplomatic and charity work: each time he crash-lands in the headlines New Labour is once again a byword for excess, the blurring of public office and private privilege, and mere mortals forced to chase the dream by living on tick.”
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