This is one of those movies that has cavemen living in the same era as dinosaurs -- scientifically inaccurate, but it makes for a fun movie. Showing that people were no different back then than they are today, the cavemen and cave-women have sex (lots of it), and sometimes jealous men will fight over a woman. Since this movie was written by Ed Wood, even the animals get into the sex swing-of-things: a Tyrannosaurus Rex (which is very obviously a puppet) pulls the top off a cave-woman, and a gorilla pursues women for mating purposes. Because it is a caveman movie (and cavemen didn't talk much), there isn't any snappy Ed Wood dialogue, and that is sorely missed by his fans; however the title of the movie is a great Ed Wood pun.
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See...Vala, the voluptuous cave babe! See...Mota, the mighty war-lard! See...Dino, the plastic-eating dinosaur!
Did You Know?
When a caveman carries a cave-woman into the cave, Bangor (like a Doorman, standing at the entrance) stamps the woman's behind with a mark in red ink. This is like a modern-day Doorman stamping the backs of hands of customers, with ink, when they enter a nightclub. See more
The cave-women all wear lipstick, have eye-shadow, and their hair looks like they just came from a beauty parlor. See more
Nothing has changed, right down through the ages. Man has to kill. Man has to eat. Man has to have his woman.
Featured in Twisted Sex Vol. 6