One Million B.C. (The Cave Dwellers) (Battle of the Giants)
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One Million B.C. (The Cave Dwellers) (Battle of the Giants)
Even taking into consideration Of Mice and Men, One Million BC was inarguably the most ambitious feature-film project ever undertaken by producer Hal Roach. Told in flashback, this is the highly fanciful tale of the prehistoric feud between the Rock Tribe and Shell People. Tumak (Victor Mature), son of Rock leader Akhoba (Lon Chaney Jr.), defies tradition by falling in love with Shell person Loana (Carole Landis). At first intending to "have his way" with Loana, the rough-hewn Tumak is taught such niceties as moderation and table manners by the girl and her gentle brethren. Any… More

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"If you can dig all the nonsense, you might find it pleasing as silly entertainment."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"Not great and it never was, but it's interesting."
‑ Ken Hanke, Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)