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Prehistoric Women(1967)

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  • Dancing black woman of the Kunaka tribe?

    • John Miller
    • 9/23/12

    Yes, who was the dancing black woman of e Kunaka tribe?

  • Phrehistoric Entertainment Was Never Like This,,,

    • nshepard
    • 10/23/11

    When Hammer Studios decided to put together this film, they pulled out most of the stops, like an amazonian tribe of women, mostly or all caucasian blondes , whose tribal nature is to frolic in the jungle and serve the one who has teeth in her crown, Queen Kari(Martine Beswick). Oh,also, current day jungle guide David Marchand(Michael Latimer), was thrown back in time just as he was about to be sacrificed...Go figure...Anyway, the Queen wants David to service her, in an intimate way, but he just don't want to..GO FIGURE...Science fiction at its weirdest...So, then their head god, the White Rhino is called upon to do what he is supposed to do, support tribal law..wow, could it get any better..Yes it can...So watch ..5 out of 5 stars for so many impled subtexts you need a pad to count them..In color from 1967...

  • prehistoric women-kunaka tribal dancing black girl

    • james
    • 10/22/11

    who was the dancing black girl,of the kunaka tribe,at the beginning of the capture ?

  • Prehistoric Women(1967)

    • Peter
    • 10/21/11

    I am watching it right now and i really like this movie. Apparently this is the year i was born. The characters are very beautiful. Movie's like these really show the actor's skills. Very different from today's modern movies.Today's movie's are not as good as the older movie's. Actor's don't seem like they are real anymore.All in all i enjoyed this movie very much.

  • Bronzed have more fun

    • San Fernando Curt
    • 10/21/11

    This adolescent male fantasy was made several years before Hammer's wonderful lesbian vampire films of the '70s, so things aren't anywhere near as explicit as those full-breasted wonders. But there's some homoerotic tension as Stone-Age brunette amazons enslave the blonde variety, as well as a few fortunate male explorers who manage to fall through a time portal. It's cutesy, cat-fighty stuff - but British women in rawhide bikinis are a feast for the eyes (from the het-male perspective, that is). Butch queen of the jungle babes is impressive Martine Beswick, Bond Girl twice-over. Note: This is not Moliere, a Fellini film nor anything more that what it is: big-boy comic book.

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