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Prehistoric Women (1967)

Prehistoric Women (1967)

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A hunter becomes lost in the jungle and is captured by a tribe of savage Amazonian women in this fantasy -adventure. The man is kept captive and must attempt to escape before he is subjected to the horrible fate of tending to the beautiful Amazon queen's insatiable sexual desires.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Classics , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Studio:
Hammer Films

Cast

Martine Beswick
as Queen Kari
Edina Ronay
as Saria
Yvonne Horner
as 1st Amazon
Robert Raglan
as Col. Hammond
Mary Hignett
as Mrs. Hammond
Louis Mahoney
as Head Boy
Bari Johnson
as High Priest
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Critic Reviews for Prehistoric Women

All Critics (4)

It's not easy to make a film that stars such attractive women and make it so unappealing.

Full Review… | October 23, 2011
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Not one of Hammer's best, but the actresses are pleasing to the eye.

February 14, 2003
Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)

A grade-A turkey, good only for cheap chuckles

January 23, 2003
Kalamazoo Gazette

Audience Reviews for Prehistoric Women

"I thought Prehistoric Women is a well fashioned compared to some of its counterparts and it's a shame that it never received the credit it was due." Full review at: http://www.commonsensemoviereviews.blogspot.com/2009/12/slave-girls-1967.html

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You would think putting a Bond Girl in a fur bikini would be hard to mess up but not all cave-girl pictures are made the same. The missing ingredient is no dinosaurs, just some strange rhino-god and a battle of blondes vs brunettes. It recycles many of the Hammer studios scenes and plots but ramps up the ridiculous level to questionable degree. If you have seen any of the Hammer's other prehistoric movies then you have seen this one, just at different levels of bad.

Mike L
Mike L

I feel like this should have been on MST3K. (Was it?) I picked up the VHS at Goodwill because it's a Hammer movie and I've only seen some of the Dracula films and a few others so I figured why not? It wasn't all too bad, I mean it could have been a lot worse, but it wasn't really a good movie either. It took itself pretty seriously and some of the parts just turned out comical. It's nice for a few laughs if anything.

Robert Alley
Robert Alley

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