Popcorn Flicks in the Park
One Million Years B.C.
This film is a part of our Popcorn Flicks in the Park series, which takes place in Central Park, Winter Park once a month and it’s FREE and open to the public! These films are presented with open captions.
Raquel Welch Tribute Film!
Prehistoric man Tumak is banished from his savage tribe and meets pretty Loana, who belongs to a gentler coastal tribe, but he must fight caveman Payto to win her favors.
1966, 92 minutes, UK, Directed by Don Chaffey
"Some of the very finest dopey schlock ever put onscreen."- Tim Brayton, ANTAGONY & ECSTACY
"Seen nowadays it is a kitschy, retro scream. Yet as dinosaurs and giant sea-turtles roam the volcanic earth in One Million Years BC, this is also a chance to appreciate the early work of the great special effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen."- Kate Muir, TIMES (UK)
“One Million Years B.C. is nothing but one remarkable stop-motion set piece after another”– Budd Wilkins, SLANT MAGAZINE