(original; 1965; NR; 92m)

a.k.a. PREHISTORIC PLANET WOMEN (re-release?)

Ad: "It's the Battle of the Sexes as Savage Planet Women Attack Female Space Invaders"

Ad: "SEE: Gigantic tarantulas eat men alive!
SEE: Men swallowed in treacherous planet pools of acid!
SEE: Humans preserved in huge ice cubes!
SEE: Prehistoric nymphs bathe in the pools of paradise!"has done...

Plot: A spaceship crashes on a sparsely populated planet. When rescuers arrive, they find decades have passed, and only the crew's descendants still alive.

Prod: Jack Broder (The Navy Vs. the Night Monsters)
Prod: George Edwards (Frogs; The Navy Vs. the Night Monsters)
Dir/Scr: Arthur C. Pierce
(prod/scr/420-The Human Duplicators; Mutiny in Outer Space)
Asst Dir: Jack Voglin (The Mini-Skirt Mob)
Cin: Archie Dalzell (Little Shop of Horrors; The Trip)
Ed: George White
(The Navy Vs. the Night Monsters; Oscar nom/Green Dolphin Street)
SFX: Howard A. Anderson (210-King Dinosaur; 524-12 to the Moon; 623-The Amazing Transparent Man; 1010-It Lives By Night)
SFX: Joseph Zomar (Hell in the Pacific)
Cos: Frank Tauss (Dimension 5)
M/U: Ted Coodley (The Raven; Mutiny in Outer Space)
ADir: Paul Sylos (420; Maryjane)
Set: Harry Reif (H01-The Day the World Ended;
507-I Accuse My Parents; 520-Radar Secret Service;
808-The She-Creature; asst dir/511-Gunslinger)
Sound Mixer: Larry Gannon (He Rides Tall)
Sup Music Ed: Igo Kantor (420; tech sup/423-Bride of the Monster)
Music Sup: Gordon Zahler (420; 211-First Spaceship on Venus;
412-Hercules and the Captive Women; 902-The Phantom Planet)

Admiral David King / Wendell Corey*
Commander Scott / Keith Larsen (Operation Pacific)
Doc Farrell / John Agar*
Lt. Red Bradley / Paul Gilbert (Cat Ballou)
Linda / Irene Tsu (The Green Berets; Airport 1975; Caprice)
Tang / Robert Ito (K13-SST: Death Flight; TV's Quincy)
Lt. Karen Lamont / Merry Anders (Tickle Me)
Chief / Stuart Margolin*
Centaurion / Adam Roarke (Frogs; Hell's Angels on Wheels)
radio operator / Gavin MacLeod*
Ensign Stevens / Suzie Kaye (Clambake; It's A Bikini World)
Jung / Kam Tong (Flower Drum Song)
Lt. Charles Anderson / Stuart Lasswell
Jang / Hans Wedemeyer (The Wild Westerners)
Captain Ross / Glenn Langan (309-The Amazing Colossal Man)
with Lyle Waggoner (204-Catalina Caper; TV's Carol Burnett Show)
Ron Stokes (Mutiny in Outer Space)
Paul Hampton (Senior Prom)
Joanne Miya (West Side Story; Confessions of an Opium Eater)
Sally Frei (Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine)
and Ron Lyon, Lee Anthony, Joyce Carol, Jamie McRae.

Trivia: By the way, there's only one woman on that prehistoric planet...and she's not FROM the prehistoric planet!

Actor WENDELL COREY (1914-1968), a decorated hero during World War II, was a former president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, which hands out the Oscars every year. Judging by his performance in this movie, he was either drunk or very ill during filming. He served on the Santa Monica City Council until his death from an alcohol-related illness. Corey's films include: 1948's Sorry Wrong Number and 1949's The File on Thelma Jordan (both with Barbara Stanwyck); 1954's Rear Window (directed by Alfred Hitchcock); and 1956's The Rainmaker (with Katharine Hepburn). His bad sci-fi flicks include: The Astro-Zombies; Cyborg 2087; and 815-AGENT FOR H.A.R.M.

Born in 1921, handsome JOHN AGAR, who was actress/diplomat Shirley Temple's first husband, appeared in many films including: Fort Apache (1948); She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949); 801-REVENGE OF THE CREATURE (1955); 803-THE MOLE PEOPLE (1956); The Daughter of Dr. Jekyll; The Brain From Planet Arous (1957); Journey to the Seventh Planet (1962); Curse of the Swamp Creature (1967); and King Kong (1976). He frequently appears as a guest at sci-fi conventions.

STUART MARGOLIN, most famous as the mischievous Angel from the TV series The Rockford Files, is better known in Hollywood for his work behind the camera. He has served as producer and director on numerous TV series.

Even though actor GAVIN MacLEOD has done a few movies (Operation Petticoat; The Sand Pebbles), he's been more successful on TV, especially in these roles: Joe "Happy" Haines on McHale's Navy (appeared 1962-1964; also in 1964 movie of same name; both starring Ernest Borgnine); the lovable and funny Murray Slaughter on The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970-1977); and Captain Stubing on The Love Boat (1977-1986).

Last Updated: 6/20/1999

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