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Eegah [DVD] [1962] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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  • Actors: Arch Hall Jr., Marilyn Manning, Richard Kiel, Arch Hall Sr., Bill Rice
  • Directors: Arch Hall Sr.
  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Alpha Video
  • DVD Release Date: 22 Oct 2002
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00006SFIX
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 205,531 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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By bernie VINE VOICE on 10 April 2010
Format: DVD
Filmed in Palm Springs in an exotic t desert location. Roxy (Marilyn Manning) almost runs over a man (Richard Kiel) with an enormous uh...err...club. She tells he father and tacit boyfriend Tom (Arch Hall Jr.) who of course believe her (yah sure).

The father plans to make a novel about this novel person. To do this he dawns a "Call Me Bwana" African kaki outfit with pith helmet and takes a helicopter 10 miles to mysterious Shadow Mountain. There he disappears.

To the rescue are daughter Roxy, Tom and Tom's dune buggy. Roxy gets a good look at the giants club "Eagan" and cannot get over thinking about it. The giant gets a good sniff of Roxy and cannot get over thinking about it. Will true love takes its course between beings form different ages or will it end in tragedy?

"There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of
God came unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown."
Genesis 6:4 KJV

The Spy Who Loved Me
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
The Name Written In Blood 26 Feb 2006
By Stanley Runk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Forget all that Quest For Fire, Clan Of The Cave Bear nonsense, this is Eegah! Eegah, man! On the books Eegah! is considered one of the worst films of all time(obviously the writers of these lists hasn't seen any Michael Bay films), but you do have to admit that it certainly has one of the best titles in film history. In Eegah! we have a chick who sees a caveman(Eegah's his name) on the highway en route to go swimming. She faints, wakes and tells her boyfriend and father about the experience. The father(he's a scientist) decides to take a trek to the mountains to find Eegah. He's then captured by Eegah. Eegah!!!! The girl then brings her boyfriend along to look for her dad. The boyfriend(Arch Hall, jr.) is one of those rockin' and rollin' teenagers who has a few musical numbers in the film. This guy's so cool he can get the sound of an entire rock band simply by strumming his acoustic guitar. I think the rock and roll hairdos men had in the 50s and 60s actually look pretty cool, but Hall's is grotesque. In fact, Hall is just creepy and weird looking period. Eegah captures the girl and drags her to his cave where she meets up again with her dad, and I'll tell you folks, Eegah is horny! He's definitely got plans to show this chick his caveman's club. In a long and tedious sequence, the girl and her dad try to strike up some kind of communication and understanding with Eegah, but he simply will not keep his hands off her. The entire time he is groping, smelling or stroking her. We all know what's on Eegah's mind, but his horniness is his weakness and it enables the two to escape. Back in the clutches of Arch Hall(you wonder if she is worse off in this dork's hands or Eegah's), they head back to civilization(which looks like it's about a half mile away) and try to forget it all by going to a "hop". At the "hop"(no pun intended) Arch sings us another rockin' number. Mid-song he decides he wants to dance with his girl, so he hands his guitar to another guy to continue, and the strumming never skips a beat during this handoff. Eegah has gotten away from his cave and ventured into the city and has had no problem locating his new girl at the "hop". He apparently smelled his way to her with an article of clothing she had left behind. This is the big climax of the film. Who's left standing, Eegah or Arch Hall, jr? Believe it when folks say this film is bad. Bad, yes, but what exactly would you expect from a 60s caveman film called Eegah? It would have been much more effective in b&w, coz the color looks kinda crappy. Richard Kiel probably isn't too proud of this role. He's got the whole look and act of a decent caveman I suppose(I've never met one). He's never allowed to speak though. Actually he's dubbed. There's constant caveman grunts, slurping and gibberish coming from him, but never once do you see his mouth move. Classy. This film is usually my response when someone asks me what my favorite movie is. Try it sometime. When you get down to it, Eegah is exactly what you expect of it, so watch at your own risk. Eegah!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A Charm All Its Own 6 Jun 2003
By sedonaman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Eegah! The Name Written in Blood! � When I bought this movie, I knew what I was letting myself in for because I was working in a movie theater when we showed this film, and I can definitely, unequivocally, and categorically state that it was NEVER, EVER released; it ESCAPED! Josef Stalin once said that quantity has a quality all its own. Like quantity and quality, WORST has a CHARM all its own, which is why there should be an Academy Award category for it. �Attack of the Killer Tomatoes� notwithstanding, this IS the worst movie ever made, which is why I bought it. The budget was so low that you�d swear at times no sound recording equipment was taken to the filming location; the sound AND dialog were dubbed later in the studio. Eegah! stars Richard Kiel in the title role as a sensitive last descendant of pre-historic cavemen living with the mummified remains of his ancestors (with whom he has "conversations") in the desert outside Palm Springs at the time of the story (1962). He is discovered by the heroine, Roxie (played by Marilyn Manning) who accidentally hits him with her sports car out on a lonely stretch of highway while driving to a party one night. He is so large that he is unhurt by the accident, and she pretends to faint at the sight of him. He is scared off by her boyfriend, Tom (Arch Hall, Jr.); but when they look for him the next day, he captures her and her father, and holds them hostage. A particularly bad scene is the one in which she makes a mess out of her attempt to shave off his fake beard. Watch it at your own risk, and remember to "watch out for snakes." ...
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Eegad! 24 Jan 2011
By John Lindsey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Palm Springs girl Roxy (Marylin Manning) was driving one night until she sees a prehistoric giant named Eegah (Richard Kiel). Her skeptical dough-faced boyfriend Tom (Arch Hall Jr.) is concerned about her story as is her dad Miller (William Watters a.k.a. Arch Hall Sr.) as Miller goes beyond the city into the desert wilds where Shadow-Mountain is to find the giant only to end up as his prisoner. Roxy and Tom go after him only to find themselves trying to save each other and their father from the clutches of the mean but misunderstood giant.

A horrible 60's adventure movie that is one of the worst movies of all time. Arch Hall Jr. just can't act as he may look like an early Leonardo DiCaprio at times but can't hold a grudge and the acting is just horrible, the music is corny and the plot is numbing. Your jaw will drop at how bad it is, in fact the crew at Mystery Science Theater 3000 riffed it nicely and that is the only way to view this piece of trash.

Now i don't own this on DVD but only in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 edition which has both the uncut full length movie and the MST3K version.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Oh No! 19 Jan 2006
By Christopher Hivner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The English language doesn't really have a word to describe how bad of a movie Eegah! truly is. It was made by someone named Arch Hall, Sr. as a vehicle for his completely talentless son Arch Hall, Jr. Junior isn't handsome to look at, can't act and can't sing as we find out when he sings not 1, but 2, horrid songs in the movie.

The story, if you care, is Arch's girlfriend meets a 7 foot prehistoric man in the desert, played with deep embarrassment and shame by Richard Kiel. Her father decides to hunt the caveman down so he can study him and write a book about him. It takes about 2 minutes for dad to get captured by Eegah. So the daughter takes Arch Jr. out to look for dad. The daughter also gets taken captive and of course Eegah is smitten with her. This all leads to a scene where she shaves Eegah with the encouragement of her own father. You will need to shower after watching this scene.

It's left to Junior to be the hero, and even though he's really not up to it, they all eventually escape Eegah. But you can't stop love, or caveman lust, so he comes to civilization looking for the girl.

One of the worst movies ever made. And even that sentence does not do justice to how awful this film is.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
"Eegag!" 23 Sep 2012
By Scott T. Rivers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Charismatic Arch Hall, Jr. delivers a few haunting songs and endless dune-buggy action in "Eegah" (1962) - the only prehistoric teen musical. A bizarre laugh-fest written, produced and directed by the legendary Arch Hall, Sr. Unlike his fellow cast members, Richard Kiel moved on to bigger and better projects. Don't miss the hilarious shaving scene.
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