In the Stone Age, strong caveman Tonda is the leader of a hostile tribe and the outcast Atouk feels unrequited desire for Tonda's mate Lana. One day, Atouk is walking with his best friend Lar (Dennis Quaid) and they meet the cavewoman Tala. They save her blind father Gog from a tar pit and Tala fells unrequited affection for Atouk. Soon the smart Atouk becomes the leader of the misfit tribe and dispute the leadership of the whole clan and Lana with Tonda. But in the end, the leader needs a worthwhile mate.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Before she met Sir Ringo Starr and the two fell in love, Barbara Bach is on record as saying that she was originally disappointed that the lead part had gone to him instead of "a top comedian like Dudley Moore". See more »
When the caveman have taken the pterodactyl egg, there is an aerial view, and in the background you can see winding dirt road tracks. See more »
Ex-Beatle Starr joins a jock and some real actors in this zany stone age romp. I suppose the ringed one will never be a top actor but I always enjoy his films. This stuff was so goofy it kept me in stitches the whole time. Solid fun with loads of laughs.
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