One Million Years B.C.
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
One Million Years B.C. is a 1966 (released in the United States in 1967) adventure film/fantasy film starring Raquel Welch set - loosely - in the time of cavemen. The film was made by UK's Hammer Film Productions, and was a remake of the 1940 Hollywood film One Million B.C.. It is marketed with the tagline "Travel back through time and space to the edge of man's beginnings...discover a savage world whose only law was lust!"
The film is largely ahistorical. It portrays dinosaurs and man living together, whereas dinosaurs died out some 64 million years prior to the date at which the film is set. Also, a million years ago the closest thing to a modern human being was Homo erectus. Harryhausen has stated in a commentary of the unfinished film, Creation, shown on the King Kong 1933 DVD, that he did not make One Million Years B.C. for "professors" who in his opinion "probably don't go to the cinema anyway."