One Million Years B.C. 

Raquel Welch was very famous at that time in 1966, in her first debut movie. When she was this cave woman, one million years BC!!

At the time when the dinosaurs were becoming extinct, as well as the ice age was ending, some cave people have been hunting a lot. Searching for food. But when one caveman fell out of his tribe, he went out searching. Some of his people want to find him, but their leader wouldn’t let them. No one would leave the tribe.

With that caveman wooing a cavewoman in a new tribe, they have been fighting against the creatures to the dawn of man. Ape men, a gigantic lizard as a dinosaur, a massive turtle, a humongous tarantula, a very big cricket, and four devastating dinosaurs. All created by Ray Harryhausen.

And after a massive earthquake in the end, a new tribe was born. With his people and her people together, they lived for a few more years until these cavemen were dead.

By the time this was popular, this was mentioned in movies and TV shows I’ve seen related to that. Such as when Tim Robbins had that poster of her in “The Shawshank Redemption”, when he escaped. And basically to the earthquake scene where some guys are being killed by rocks, that was in the daydreaming of Alex DeLarge in that “Clockwork Orange” movie by Stanley Kubrick. Finally, in the intro to to “Malcolm in the Middle”, that turtle fight scene was a part of that. When they played that song, “You’re not the boss of me now”.

So I’m gonna give this 8/10 stars. With less dialogue, and better than “The Croods”, Earth was sure into changes, one million years B.C. After two years this was released, a new movie in the late 60’s was showing it’s ultimate ‘dawn of man’.

Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”. And when this was shown on TV in 2001, after 9/11, I was silent and shocked to see this.

I was focused on “Hamtaro” on YTV at that time, but when that did, that was the first time I ever saw Kubrick’s masterpiece. I sometimes think Laura from “Hamtaro” and I wonder, ‘what was so special about him?’. And to tell you the truth, he was a complete movie genius. Am I right, Laura Haruna?

Laura: “Mm hmm” (smiles)

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