An anthropologist who is part of an arctic exploration team discovers the body of a prehistoric Neanderthal man who is subsequently resuscitated. The researcher must then decide what to do with the prehistoric man and he finds himself defending the man from those that want to dissect him in the name of science. Written by
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HE'S 40,000 YEARS OLD. Deep within an Arctic glacier they found him, preserved by a miracle of nature, brought back to life by a miracle of science. Now medical science wants to exploit him in the name of research. One man wants to stop them...in the name of humanity. But he'll need more than a miracle to survive...he'll need a friend.
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Did You Know?
The name given to the iceman was Charlie. He was called such because of a gibberish vocalization by him that sounded like "Charuu". See more
When Charlie is looking upwards to the helicopter, his open mouth reveals a large number of silver fillings. Such dentistry, obviously, wouldn't have been available during the stone age. See more
I, who was born to die, shall live. That the world of animals, and the world of men, may come together, I shall live. - Inuit Legend
(opening quote) I, who was born to die Shall live. That the world of animals And the world of men May come together, I shall live. -- Inuit Legend See more
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Heart of Gold
by Neil Young
Performed by Timothy Hutton
, accompanied by John Lone See more