ONE MILLION YEARS B.C. (1966)

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    Oct 07, 2012 2:56 PM GMT
    WhyWhySee saidMovies today will likely look just as silly in 50 years.

    I pity cynical people like you who can't see how wonderfully imaginative and entertaining many older films are and just think of everything as cheesy or silly. I'm so glad I'm not you.
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    Oct 07, 2012 5:01 PM GMT
    Always loved the musical score for 1MYBC.
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    Oct 07, 2012 8:51 PM GMT
    Helios69 said

    The only thing that comes into my mind about this movie, one of the worst of all time, is that a promotional photo from it is used to hide the escape tunnel in Tim Robbins prison cell in The Shawshank Redemption. And that the corrupt warden refers to Raquel Welch as "Miss Fuzzy Britches."

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    Oct 08, 2012 3:21 AM GMT
    ART_DECO said
    Helios69 said

    The only thing that comes into my mind about this movie, one of the worst of all time, is that a promotional photo from it is used to hide the escape tunnel in Tim Robbins prison cell in The Shawshank Redemption. And that the corrupt warden refers to Raquel Welch as "Miss Fuzzy Britches."

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    You can keep your stupid Shawshank Redemption film and reference. One Million is a classic, whatever you may think. Another genius with an opinion. This widespread cynicism of late is one of the worst things to happen to our society.
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    Oct 08, 2012 3:28 AM GMT
    TheGuyNextDoor saidI actually saw that film at the drive-in movie theater with my parents and brother when I was a wee-little squirt.

    I saw it in the theatre. Would have loved to see it at the drive-in as well. That must have been very cool.
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    Oct 08, 2012 3:30 AM GMT
    The follow-up When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth is pretty nifty too.

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    Oct 08, 2012 3:33 AM GMT
    Elusium saidThe follow-up When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth is pretty nifty too.


    That's a great still from the film! Thanks for posting. Don't care for the film as a whole, but it has wonderful moments. And Jim Danforth's dinosaurs are fantastic. Also, Nascimbene's score is not as memorable and haunting as One Million Years B.C. But a great film nonetheless.

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    Oct 08, 2012 3:35 AM GMT
    TheGuyNextDoor saidI actually saw that film at the drive-in movie theater with my parents and brother when I was a wee-little squirt. I was about 7.
    Raquel Welch still looks damn amazing at 72!
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    Just 2 yrs younger than my own mom!

    Raquel is simply amazing. Just an incredibly great looking woman. There'll never be another like her.
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    Oct 08, 2012 3:36 AM GMT
    The Land That Time Forgot from Hammer's rival Amicus has one of the most gorgeous lost worlds ever. I've read the Edgar Rice Burroughs books, and this is exactly how I pictured Caprona.

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    Oct 08, 2012 3:36 AM GMT
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    TheGuyNextDoor saidI actually saw that film at the drive-in movie theater with my parents and brother when I was a wee-little squirt.

    I saw it in the theatre. Would have loved to see it at the drive-in as well. That must have been very cool.

    It was awesome, we had a 67 Mustang convertible and my brother and I always sat up on top of the back seats so we could see over the front bucket seats.
    Loved watching movies outdoors with the top down!
    We saw Barbarella around the same time...

    Barbarella is another favorite of mine. Such a fun movie.
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    Oct 08, 2012 3:41 AM GMT
    Elusium saidThe Land That Time Forgot from Hammer's rival Amicus has one of the most gorgeous lost worlds ever. I've read the Edgar Rice Burroughs books, and this is exactly how I pictured Caprona.

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    I love the Amicus films. At the Earth's Core is another favorite.
    Not to mention that I always had a big crush on Doug McClure.

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    Oct 08, 2012 3:45 AM GMT
    The beautifully-rendered underground sea from Journey To The Center of The Earth:

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    Oct 08, 2012 3:49 AM GMT
    Love Journey to the Center of the Earth. I remember I crushed on the Swedish blonde guy. I can't remember when I first saw it. I think maybe I saw it on tv, but I know I was pretty young, maybe 12 or younger.
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    Elusium saidThe beautifully-rendered underground sea from Journey To The Center of The Earth:

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    That movie was a lot of fun. Wish the creatures had been animated with stop motion instead of them using lizards. But a great film. I always liked the giant mushroom set.

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    Oct 08, 2012 4:02 AM GMT
    Disney's "Island at the Top of the World" is another favorite.



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    A shot of the beautiful Viking Village in the film. Matte painting and live action composite.

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    Oct 08, 2012 4:15 AM GMT
    Met studly Reb Brown from Yor -- The Hunter From The Future last year. His '80s beefcake pin-up was basically for me what Raquel Welch's pin-up was for straight guys in the '60s. He was really big and very doable in an "Aw, gee!" way.

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    Elusium saidMet studly Reb Brown from Yor -- The Hunter From The Future last year. His '80s beefcake pin-up was basically for me what Raquel Welch's pin-up was for straight guys in the '60s. He was really big and very doable in an "Aw, gee!" way.

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    Yes, but that Yor wig killed it for me.
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