John Richardson


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One Million Years B. C. - Color Still Set
Here is a set of color stills from the Hammer production One Million Years B. C. (1966), starring Raquel Welch and featuring special effects by Ray Harryhausen. For certain prestigious color productions, studios would send out sets of color stills as promotional material.

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One Million Years B.C. (1967) - Rock Tribe Heavy narration and introduction of the royalty of the "Rock Tribe," John Richardson as favored son "Tumak," Percy Herbert as nastier "Sakana," Robert Brown their dad, fur bikinis yet to come, opening Hammer Films' One Million Years B.C., 1967.
One Million Years B.C. (1967) - Spearfishing Tumak (John Richardson), now welcomed among the kind "Shell People," gets spearfishing tips from infatuated Loana (Raquel Welch), then gets heroic when a carnivorous Ray Harryhausen dinosaur appears, in One Million Years B.C., 1967.
One Million Years B.C. (1967) - Loana Nearly half an hour in, Hammer Films reveals the star, Raquel Welch as Loana, with all the gals from the "Shell People," discovering wanderer Tumak (John Richardson), of the "Rock Tribe," and a big turtle, in One Million Years B.C., 1967.
She (1965) - Palestine 1918 End of the first World War finds English Major Holly (Peter Cushing), his soldier and man-servant Job (Bernard Cribbins) and fellow officer Leo (John Richardson) at loose ends in Palestine, opening Hammer Films' She, 1965, starring Ursula Andress.
She (1965) - Ayesha British Leo (John Richardson) is lured on by the vision of "Ayesha," (Ursula Andress), friends Holly (Peter Cushing) and Job (Bernard Cribbins) also hoping for ancient treasures, following their service in the first World War, on location in Israel, in Hammer Films' She, 1965.
She (1965) - A Man Who Fears Your Wrath High priest Billali (Christopher Lee) has rescued injured Leo (John Richardson) and friends (Peter Cushing, Bernard Cribbins) from an exotic mob, leading them through impressive Hammer Films' sets to his queen Ayesha (Ursula Andress) in She, 1965.

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