One Million Years B.C.

"Travel back through time and space to the edge of man's beginnings... discover a savage world whose only law was lust!"
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British movie One Million years B.C. is a remake of the 1940 American made film, One Million B.C. The British version became famous in the 1960s for the starring role played by Raquel Welch in the movie produced by the legendary Horror specialists, Hammer Film Productions. Scenes featuring dinosaurs fighting each other and early humans were created by special effects icon Ray Harryhausen.

One Million Years B.C. begins with a group of early humans headed by Akoba attempting to hunt a pig, Akoba's son, Tumak eventually traps and kills the pig. At the feast which follows, Tumak is thrown out of the mountain dwelling tribe after fighting over some of the pig meat.

After encountering many dinosaurs as he travels alone, Tumak eventually finds his way to a beach where he meets and falls in love with Loana from a tribe living close to the shore. Eventually Tumak is accepted into the tribe and begins a relationship with Loana. After a battle for power between his father and brother, Tumak comes back into contact with his family and a battle begins for control of the tribe and Tumak's attention.

Not Rated
| 1966 | 1 hr 40 min | 5.7/10 | 58/100
Raquel Welch, John Richardson, Percy Herbert, Robert Brown
Don Chaffey
Produced By
Michael Carreras
One Million Years B.C.
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Also starring John Richardson