One Million Years BC

One Million Years BC
One Million Years BC

Year

1966

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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You can't believe everything you see in the movies, and One Million Years BC is no exception. Contrary to the ideas presented here, back in the prehistoric era, dinosaurs did not share the planet with cavemen. But then again, the makers of the film never claimed it was a documentary, and whatever this spectacular adventure lacks in historical accuracy, it makes up for in sheer fun - depicting the trials of Tumak the caveman and his girlfriend Loana in a dangerous world where you might get picked off by a giant dino while you're just out trying to find something for lunch!

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