DirectorMichael Chapman Adapted fromThe Clan of the Cave Bear Duration CountryUnited States
WriterJohn Sayles, Jean M. Auel Release dateJanuary 17, 1986 (1986-01-17) CastDaryl Hannah (Ayla), Pamela Reed (Iza), James Remar (Creb), Thomas G. Waites (Broud), John Doolittle (Brun), Curtis Armstrong (Goov) Similar moviesBikini Girls on Dinosaur Planet, Dinosaur Valley Girls, Ice Age, One Million Years B.C., When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, Year One
TaglineAt The Dawn Of Mankind, A Woman Led The Way.
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The Clan of the Cave Bear is a 1986 film based on the book of the same name by Jean M. Auel and was directed by Michael Chapman. The film stars Daryl Hannah, Pamela Reed, James Remar, and Thomas G. Waites.
Dialogue is conducted mostly through a form of sign language which is translated for the audience with subtitles.
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A young Cro-Magnon woman named Ayla (Daryl Hannah) is separated from her family and orphaned during an earthquake. She is found by a group of Neanderthals and raised as one of their own.
Daryl Hannah as Ayla
Pamela Reed as Iza
James Remar as Creb
Thomas G. Waites as Broud
John Doolittle as Brun
Curtis Armstrong as Goov
Martin Doyle as Grod
Tony Montanaro as Zoug
Mike Muscat as Dorv
Karen Austin as Aba
Janne Mortil as Ovra
Lycia Naff as Uba
Penny Smith as Ika
Rory Crowley as Durc
Joey Cramer as young Broud
Nicole Eggert as young Ayla
Paul Carafotes as Brug
Bart the Bear as the cave bear
It was filmed in the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen, a precursor to the many Hollywood productions that would film in Canada soon after (see Hollywood North and Cinema of Canada). The score was composed by Alan Silvestri. The movie is one of Bart the Bear's earliest roles. The muskox hunt was filmed just outside Hughenden, Alberta.
Box office and reception
Because the film cost US $15 million to produce and brought in only US $1.9 million domestically, it is considered a box office flop. The film was nominated for an Oscar in 1987 for Best Makeup (Michael Westmore and Michèle Burke). The film currently holds a 10% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 10 reviews.