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One Million B.C. (1940) was a Adventure - Fantasy Film directed by Hal Roach and Hal Roach Jr. and produced by D.W. Griffith and Hal Roach.

Academy Awards 1940 --- Ceremony Number 13 (source: AMPAS)

Best Music - ScoringWerner HeymannNominated

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According to an article in the New York Times on 21 April 1940, D.W. Griffith, who worked as producer on the film, had his name removed from the credits because of a disagreement with Hal Roach. He said "Mr. Roach did not feel that it was necessary to give the characters as much individuality as I thought was needed, and so I did not wish to appear responsible for the picture by having my name on it."
The special effects were so good that special effect footage from this film was used in numerous other films produced well into the 1960s.
When the film was released in Britain, it was heavily edited due to their strict laws against animal cruelty.
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Best Music - Scoring Oscar 1940

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Also directed by Hal Roach Jr.

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