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One Million Years B.C. (24-Nov-1966)

Director: Don Chaffey

Writer: Michael Carreras

Music and Special Musical Effects Composed by: Mario Nascimbene

Producer: Michael Carreras

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Spiders, Dinosaurs, Cavemen

Tumak clashes with Akhoba, leader of the primitive Rock Tribe, and finds himself banished to the wilds. Evading dinosaurs, some days later he encounters the Shell Tribe, friendly and considerably more civilized. After regaining his health, his interest in the chief's daughter Loana finds himself banished once again. But she joins him, and the couple returns to the Rock Tribe. No dialogue; only grunts and sounds. Stop-motion animations by Ray Harryhausen and Raquel Welch's furkini in this remake of One Million B.C. (1940).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Martine Beswick
Actor
26-Sep-1941   One Million Years B.C.
Robert Brown
Actor
23-Jul-1921 11-Nov-2003 Licence to Kill
Percy Herbert
Actor
31-Jul-1920 6-Dec-1992 The Bridge on the River Kwai
Raquel Welch
Actor
5-Sep-1940   Cocktail waitress turned 60s sexpot

CAST

Starring
Raquel Welch   ...   Loana
John Richardson   ...   Tumak
with
Percy Herbert   ...   Sakana
Robert Brown   ...   Akhoba
Martine Beswick   ...   Nupondi
Jean Wladon   ...   Ahot
Lisa Thomas   ...   Sura
Malya Nappi   ...   Tohana
Richard James   ...   Young Rock Man
William Lyon Brown   ...   Payto
Frank Hayden   ...   1st Rock Man
Terence Maidment   ...   1st Shell Man
Yvonne Horner   ...   Ullah
Micky De Rauch   ...   1st Shell Girl

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