One Million Years B.C.

Usually boring tale about a caveman thrown out of his primitive tribe to travel to a peaceful one who uses such technologies as spears, paint, bathing etc. Some of the special effects are strange; a giant iguana and a giant sea turtle are part of the cast as monsters. However, for the time, the claymated dinos are very good and almost realistic. Remade from the 1940 film, One Million B.C. and probably served as inspiration for Ringo Starr's Caveman in 1981.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Raquel Welch, John Richardson, Percy Herbert, Robert Brown, Martine Beswick

Directed by:

Don Chaffey


1966 adventure/drama

Not Rated


Don Ignacio's score: C-

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