Prehistoric Women - 1967
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Prehistoric Women (1967, UK) is an adventure film directed by Michael Carreras. Not to be confused with the 1950 film Prehistoric Women.
- Released on January 19th, 1967 (Netherlands) | January 25, 1967 (USA)
- Running Time: 95 Min (Portugal) | 90 Min (USA)
- Production Co: Seven Arts Productions | Hammer Film Productions
- Distribution Co: 20th Century Fox (1967) (USA) (theatrical) | Centfox Film (1967) (Austria) (theatrical) | Centfox (1967) (Germany) | Warner-Pathé Distributors (1967) (UK) (theatrical)
- Directed by Michael Carreras
- Written by Michael Carreras (as Henry Younger)
- Starring Martine Beswick, Edina Ronay, Michael Latimer
- Produced by Michael Carreras, Aida Young
- Original Music by Carlo Martelli
- Cinematography by Michael Reed
- Film Editing by Roy Hyde
- A jungle guide is kidnapped by natives who want to sacrifice him, but just as he's about to be killed he's transported to a land where prehistoric women rule.
Also Known As
- Slave Girls (UK) (original title)
- Der Sklave der Amazonen (Austria / Germany)
- Esihistorialliset naiset (Finland)
- Femmine delle caverne (Italy)
- Les femmes préhistoriques (France)
- Mujeres prehistóricas (Spain)
- O Escravo das Amazonas (Portugal)
- Slavegirls (UK) (alternative spelling)
- Beaten into submission . . . turned into slaves . . . man at the mercy of a Kingdom of Prehistoric Women!
- Savage Struggle! Primitive Passions! Deadly Jealousy!