Considered by many to be one of the worst films ever made, Eegah is the story of a gigantic Neanderthal who has managed to survive into modern times living in California’s Mojave desert, and who falls in love with and kidnaps the teenage girl who discovered him in a cave. A handsome young man (Arch Hall, Jr., the director’s teenage son) proves to be her savior and while he and his rock & roll band play, the police shoot the caveman to bits.
Eegah is a notoriously bad film, but it has a reputation in some circles as a bad film that’s not fun to watch. That’s not the case – so many scenes in this film will have you laughing at how ridiculous it is that Eegah provides a couple hours of entertainment.
The story is simple – a young woman, Roxy, almost runs over Eegah, a “prehistoric giant,” on the desert highway one night. She tells her lover, Tom, and her dad, Robert, a professor, who goes to investigate because he wants to write a book about Eegah. While searching for Eegah, the professor is kidnapped, and Tom and Roxy head out to the desert mountains in Tom’s hip dune buggy to search for him. Roxy is caught by Eegah also. She and her dad escape. Eegah later heads towards civilization in search of Roxy.
Director: Arch Hall Sr.
Production Company: Fairway International Pictures
Date Release: 1962
Audio & Video: Mono – Color
Cast: Arch Hall Jr./Tom Nelson – Marilyn Manning/Roxy Miller – Richard Kiel/Eegah
Additional details in: IMDB
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