Cinema: Second Childhood

THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT

Directed by KEVIN CONNOR Screenplay by JAMES CAWTHORN and MICHAEL MOORCOCK

At least one wow, a couple of gee whizzes, several neats and a little derisive laughter for The Land That Time Forgot, the best Saturday matinee movie in much too long. It is an elaborate fantasy adventure with no bearing in reality whatsoever. The movie boasts a blond American hero with a jaw like a hammock (Doug McClure), a blonde British heroine (Susan Penhaligon) and a whole bunch of soldiers, most of whom are nice guys. This happy crew gets mixed up with U-boats, torpedoings, fistfights, a...

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