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.

Prehistoric Women

Main Details

  • Released on January 19th, 1967 (Netherlands) | January 25, 1967 (USA)
  • Color
  • 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

Plot Summary

  • 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)

Taglines

  • Beaten into submission . . . turned into slaves . . . man at the mercy of a Kingdom of Prehistoric Women!
  • Savage Struggle! Primitive Passions! Deadly Jealousy!
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