Through a series of coincidences, Carrie, Dan and Dr. Hartmann all fall through a teleporter device Hartmann has invented. Transported to a what appears to be a prehistoric world in a parallel universe and unable to find the Doctor, Dan and Carrie must figure out a way to get back home. Before they can do that, however, they must deal with tribes of savage cavemen, as well as brutal warlord named Kleel who has taken a liking to Carrie and seems to be unusually well-supplied with Earth technology. Written by
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Richard Hatch was ill through part of the dubbing and thus his character's voice can be heard to fluctuate. See more »
Although the opening scenes are set in Los Angeles, both leads are seen to be driving right-hand steering vehicles. See more »
[Carrie and Dan are climbing a cliff, and Dan helps her up by pushing on her bottom]
I am quite able to do this by myself, so if you don't mind, please take your hand off my butt!
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This film is very different sci-fi/fantasy film that has good action scenes and some very unique but original characters. Kay Lenz is so good looking! She looked great in this movie and she acted good too! John Saxon put on powerful performance. I really liked his character. Richard Hatch was good as well. If you can find this different film some where pick it up and I don't think you'll be disappointed.
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