CAVEMAN (Film Theatrical Release USA 1981)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.9|5.0 Starsììì 

Caveman—intriguing presentation—features the Beatles drummer, Ringo Starr. Interesting and comical movie that traces human advancement through its early years from learning to stand upright to the discovery and use of fire and weaponry. It’s cute, original, and plain fun. Watch for guest star Dennis Quaid. 

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia 

Storyline 

An observant caveman finds ways to improve life for himself and friends while competing with a physically stronger and more able caveman who has maintained leadership through the show of force. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Carl Gottliebe for directing effort. Thank you to Producers David Foster and Lawrence Turman for making the film possible. Characters/cast include: Atouk (Ringo Starr), Lana (Barbara Bach), Lar (Dennis Quaid), Tala (Shelley Long), Gog (Jack Gilford), Ta (Cork Hubbert), Ruck (Mark King), Nook (Evan Kim), Kalta (Ed Greenberg), Bork (Carl Lumbly), Folg (Jack Scalici), Folg’s Mate (Erika Carlsson), Folg’s Daughter (Gigi Vorgan). 


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Yes. The movie has a certain tone that marked another Beatles movie, Yellow Submarine. Be aware the film does have some adult humor. For Beatle enthusiasts, the movie should work very well as Ringo Starr drives the movie’s story. 

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