One Million Years B.C. (1966) Movie Review

One Million Years B.C. (1966)

1966 Fantasy, Adventure

User Score: 60/100


In this remake of the 1940 film with a similar title, Prehistoric man Tumak is banished from his savage tribe and meets pretty Loana who belongs to a gentler coastal tribe but he must fight caveman Payto to win her favors.

In this vivid view of prehistoric life, a man from the mean-spirited Rock People (John Richardson) is banished from his home. He soon finds himself among the kind, gentle Shell People and falls in love with one of their loving tribeswomen (Raquel Welch). The twosome decide to face the world together, cut off from all tribal support, alone in a deadly world of hideous beast and earthshattering volcanic eruptions. The film’s pioneering special effects have made it a true science-fiction classic.

About One Million Years B.C. (1966)

Title: One Million Years B.C.
Year: 1966
Starring: James Payne, John Richardson, Vic Perrin, Robert Brown, Martine Beswick, Richard James, Micky De Rauch, Yvonne Horner, Raquel Welch, Nikki Van der Zyl, Dido Plumb, Percy Herbert, Jean Wladon, Lisa Thomas, Malya Nappi, William Lyon Brown, Frank Hayden, Terence Maidment
Director: Don Chaffey
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Votes: 5.
Genre: Fantasy, Adventure

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