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Edward D. Wood Jr. (written by)
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See...Vala, the voluptuous cave babe! See...Mota, the mighty war-lard! See...Dino, the plastic-eating dinosaur!
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Offbeat sex farce from Ed Wood's late period. See more (4 total) »

Cast

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Susan Berkely
Billy Wolf
Sharon Wells ... (credit only)
Natasha
Nancy McGavin
Tod Badker
Tony Brooks
Pam English
Shari Stevens
John Lee
Bonnie Walker
Harry Stone
Mary Doyle
Gail Lavon
Greg Mathis
Larry Vincente
April O'Connor
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Lesley Conners ... Virgin Cavegirl (uncredited)
Jacqueline Fox ... (uncredited)

Gary Kent ... Olaf (uncredited)
Jack King ... Elder Caveman (uncredited)
Maria Lease ... Marla (uncredited)
Antoinette Maynard ... Cavegirl at Creek (uncredited)
Alain Patrick ... Kenya (uncredited)
Walt Phillips ... Caveman at Creek (uncredited)
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Directed by
Ed De Priest 
 
Writing credits
Edward D. Wood Jr. (written by) (as Akdon Telmig)

Produced by
Ed De Priest .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Ed De Priest (uncredited)
Eric Torgesson (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Mike Stange .... sound
Sam Kopetzky .... sound mixer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Les Stevens .... camera operator
Michael D. Weldon .... assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Bob Cresse .... historical consultant
Lee Frost .... historical consultant (as R.L. Frost)
 

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80 min
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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Edward D. Wood Jr. wrote the screenplay under the pseudonym Akdon Telmig, which is one letter away from being a reverse Vodka Gimlet.See more »

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12 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Offbeat sex farce from Ed Wood's late period., 4 July 2002
Author: KingHamlet from Rochester, NY, USA

"One Million AC/DC" is one in the line of sexploitation films that Ed Wood wrote late in his career. I use the word "wrote" generously, as there is little more than ten minutes of dialogue in the whole film.

The "plot" revolves around a group of cave people who eat and have sex a lot. They are being kept in their cave by a dinosaur that lives just outside, keeping them from going out. Ultimately they hatch a plan that involves inventing the bow & arrow in order to kill it. There is also a sub-plot involving a cave girl held captive by a gorilla. (Shades of "Bride and the Beast.")

The sex is soft-core, but all throughout this movie. Some of it (especially the deflowering of a virgin with a sacred stick) can be quite disturbing, rather than titillating, as it is meant to be. The cast (at least the ones we see having sex) are all attractive and the various justifications for sex scenes can be quite amusing.

Overall, only get this film if you are a big fan of Ed's and want everything he worked on. Otherwise, there's little of his writing style to be found here.

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