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The Tribe (1974)

In the last Ice Age, a family of Cro-Magnons battle a tribe of primitive Neanderthals for survival.

Director:

Richard A. Colla

Writer:

Lane Slate
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Cast

Cast overview:
Victor French ... Mathis
Warren Vanders Warren Vanders ... Gorin
Henry Wilcoxon ... Cana
Adriana Shaw Adriana Shaw ... Jen
Stewart Moss Stewart Moss ... Gato
Sam Gilman ... Rouse
Tani Guthrie ... Sarish (as Tani Phelps Guthrie)
Mark Gruner ... Perron
Meg Wyllie ... Hertha
Nancy Elliot Nancy Elliot ... Ardis
Jeannine Brown Jeannine Brown ... Orda
Dominique Pinassi Dominique Pinassi ... Kiska
Jack Scalici Jack Scalici ... The Neanderthal
Paul Richards ... Narrator (voice)
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In the last Ice Age, a family of Cro-Magnons battle a tribe of primitive Neanderthals for survival.

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Genres:

Drama | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 December 1974 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cro-Magnon See more »

Filming Locations:

Beaumont, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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simple story, but entertaining
31 August 2008 | by drystyxSee all my reviews

This story of a prehistoric tribe puts the tribe in its simple setting, struggling to survive, and despite the lack of guns, horses, and big bangs, entertains us with the characters of the tribe.

The tribe is very advanced, and makes one wonder when such civilized ideas came into play. Despite the fact that when a man is injured, he is left behind, the tribe is remarkably moral. Women and children are protected. The maternal instinct is something found in Nature, but there is no such thing as a paternal instinct. This film allots a protective and civilized tribe this trait to help us care about them.

Past the not so great Science, the characters are likable. The leader is very modern, and understanding of people. The man whom he delegates as his second, a survivor from another tribe that was attacked by savages, is a vengeful character. These characters remember incidents, and they communicate unusually well. This is literary license to make it easier to tell a story.


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