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One Million B.C. (26-Apr-1940)

Directors: Hal Roach; Hal Roach, Jr.

Writers: Mickell Novack; George Baker; Joseph Frickert; Grover Jones

Musical Score by: Werner R. Heymann

Keywords: Outdoor Adventure, Dinosaurs

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lon Chaney, Jr.
Actor
10-Feb-1906 12-Jul-1973 The Wolf Man
John Hubbard
Actor
14-Apr-1914 6-Nov-1988 Dramatic School
Carole Landis
Actor
1-Jan-1919 5-Jul-1948 A Scandal in Paris
Victor Mature
Actor
29-Jan-1913 4-Aug-1999 Samson and Delilah
Conrad Nagel
Actor
16-Mar-1897 24-Feb-1970 The Thirteenth Chair

CAST

With
Victor Mature   ...   Tumak
Carole Landis   ...   Loana
Lon Chaney, Jr.   ...   Akhoba
Conrad Nagel   ...   Narrator
John Hubbard   ...   Ohtao
Nigel De Brulier   ...   Peytow
Mamo Clark   ...   Nupondi
Inez Palange   ...   Tohana
Edgar Edwards   ...   Skakana
Jacqueline Dalya   ...   Ataf
Mary Gale Fisher   ...   Wandi
Rock People
Norman Budd   ...   Rock Person
Harry Wilson   ...   Rock Person
John Northpole   ...   Rock Person
Lorraine Rivero   ...   Rock Person
Harold Howard   ...   Rock Person
Ricca Allen   ...   Rock Person
Adda Gleason   ...   Rock Person
Ed Coxen   ...   Rock Person
Shell People
Ben Hall   ...   Shell Person
Creighton Hale   ...   Shell Person
Audrey Manners   ...   Shell Person
Rosemary Thebe   ...   Shell Person
Patricia Pope   ...   Shell Person
Chuck Stubbs   ...   Shell Person

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