Актеры: Raquel Welch (as Loana), John Richardson (as Tumak), Percy Herbert (as Sakana), Robert Brown (as Akhoba), Martine Beswick (as Nupondi), Jean Wladon (as Ahot), Lisa Thomas (as Sura), Malya Nappi (as Tohana), Richard James (as Young Rock Man), William Lyon Brown (as Payto), Frank Hayden (as 1st Rock Man), Terence Maidment (as 1st Shell Man), Micky De Rauch (as 1st Shell Girl), Yvonne Horner (as Ullah)
Описание: Зрелищный (для шестидесятых годов) фильм о доисторических людях и их приключениях с множеством смешных теперь (в эпоху Спилберга и Хенсона) динозавров. Тем, кто видел этот фильм в советском прокате, картина ностальгически дорога сексапильной, смело по тем временам раздетой Уэлч, которой ее великолепная фигура в меховом бикини проложила путь к звездной славе. Я не могу ее забыть до сих пор. А нынче такое бывшее взрослое кино - удел одних тинейджеров. Времена меняются... (Иванов М.)
Рецензии: "One Million Years B.C." was produced by England's Hammer Films who were best known for their color horror flicks from the late 50s to the mid-seventies. This film deals with life in the prehistoric world of cavemen and dinosaurs.
The creatures created by the legendary Ray Harryhausen with his stop-motion technique are quite convincing and realistic for their time and hold up quite well even by today's computerized special effects standards. The inter-action between them and the humans is quite good. There is an excellent battle between a T-Rex and another three horned dinosaur (the name of which I can't spell).
The story centers on the character played by John Richardson who is banished by his tribe. He wonders the wasteland until he comes upon Raquel Welsh and her band of merry maidens. Her tribe helps him regain his strength until they too banish him so he and Raquel and her skimpy costume wander off amid danger until they return to his tribe. In between there are several battles between the humans and with the creatures. The dialogue is limited to a few grunts which, I suppose is appropriate for this setting.
The best sequence of the picture takes place when a volcano erupts. The destruction that follows is as good as you will see in any movie past or present.