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Creatures the World Forgot (1971)

Creatures the World Forgot (1971)

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Former Miss Norway Julie Ege stars in this low-budget variation on One Million Years B.C., playing a scantily-clad cave girl who becomes the object of a fierce battle between the contenders for the throne of the tribe's recently-deceased chieftain. The last of the prehistoric adventure films from England's Hammer Studios, this cheap potboiler discards the usual stop-motion or oversized-iguana dinosaurs -- a concept which may be more (pre)historically accurate but is clearly nothing more than a budgetary consideration for the producers. What's left plotwise is little more than the entire grunting, slobbering male cast trying to get into sexy Ege's sabertooth-skin skivvies and brutalizing each other for the privilege (though most of the sex and violence was excised by the distributors to secure a PG rating). The vibrant cinematography is a plus, but there is very little action, and Ege is no Raquel Welch.

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Cast

Sue Wilson
as Mother
Marcia Fox
as Dumb Girl
Gerard Bonthuys
as Young Fair Boy
Hans Kiesouw
as Young Dark Boy
Beverly Blake
as Young Lover
Doon Baide
as Young Lover
Don Leonard
as Old Leader
Frank Hayden
as Murderer
Fred Swart
as Marauder Leader
Ken Hare
as Fair Tribe Leader
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I'm probably one of the few guys around who'd gladly have crawled over Raquel Welch in her prime to get to Julie Ege. That said, this movie sucks! Where are the monsters, dammit?!?!

Stephen M
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